There’s two big games in Group B in the Women’s Euros on Tuesday when Germany and Spain go head-to-head (Germany 2/1, draw 11/5, Spain 11/8 – Match odds) after Denmark and Finland have faced each other.
Following England’s stunning 8-0 rout of Norway on Monday night, it’s time for fellow outright tournament contenders Germany and Spain to show what they’ve got when they clash at 20:00 at the Brentford Community Stadium.
Both sides started the competition with big wins, the Germans defeating Denmark 4-0 while Spain were 4-1 winners over Finland.
England are now 3/1 in the outright market for Euro 2022, France are also 3/1, while Spain are 7/2 and Germany are available at 5/1.
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Germany left-back Felicitas Rauch is well aware her side face a stiff test on Tuesday but she has confidence in her team-mates to secure what would be a statement win in Group B.
She said: “We know about Spain’s qualities, especially in possession, but we have to be just as good at assessing our strengths.
“We know that we too have incredible individual quality. We really have 23 top, top players in our squad, we have an incredible trust in this team and we can make life very difficult for Spain.”
Germany forward Lea Schuller tested positive for Covid-19 on Monday and will not play, while Spain are reportedly set to be unchanged.
The earlier game, at 17:00, sees the two other countries in the group face off in Milton Keynes with both now needing a win to keep their hopes of progressing alive. Denmark, who were the beaten finalists at Euro 2017, are favourites at 2/5 to win, the draw is priced at 18/5 and Finland are 13/2 to record a shock victory.
Finland have no injuries or suspensions but could make changes following the heavy defeat to Spain, while Denmark will be without midfielder Kathrine Kuhl after the 19-year-old was sent off in the opener against Germany.
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