England v Germany
England are the only Home Nation to have already reached the World Cup without needing a qualifier.
It means Gareth Southgate's men have to make do with two friendlies in the international break; ultimately meaningless, but they will nonetheless give him a chance to assess this group of players.
Injuries have wreaked havoc with his squad. Harry Kane, Harry Winks, Dele Alli, Jordan Henderson, and Raheem Sterling have all withdrawn, which at the very least gives Southgate an opportunity to experiment.
It also makes the first goalscorer market more interesting, though sadly for England fans, the more enticing picks will be representing the four-time World Cup winners.
Recommended bet: Leroy Sane to score in 90 minutes @ 9/4 with SkyBet.
The Manchester City starlet has been sensational with eight goals and seven assists this season. Gabriel Jesus, Sergio Aguero, and Kevin de Bruyne usually get the plaudits for their attack, but the Germany international is rightly starting to gain attention.
Equally impressive is RB Leipzig's Timo Werner, who Premier League fans will be well aware of as he has been heavily linked with Liverpool in the past. The 21-year-old has already netted six times in nine Bundesliga games and is at 4/1 to score first in London.
In terms of outright betting, Joachim Löw's side are at 11/10 to win, with England 13/5. In the last four years, the two sides have met three times in friendlies, with Germany winning two and losing one.
Given England's injury problems, our heads are going with an away win.
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