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Youthful England to down Germany
A young looking England team can record a victory over world champions Germany at the Westfalenstadion on Wednesday.
Manager Gareth Southgate sprung a few surprises when announcing his squad for the friendly against the Germans and the 2018 World Cup qualifier at home to Lithuania on Sunday.

Burnley centre-back Michael Keane and the Southampton duo of James Ward-Prowse and Nathan Redmond were called-up to the senior side as all three aim to win their first cap for the national team.

West Bromwich Albion midfielder Jake Livermore, whose only previous cap came way back in 2012, was also included, as was Manchester United winger Jesse Lingard.

Liverpool's Adam Lallana is the oldest midfield player in the squad at 28 years of age and there is a good, vibrant feel about the England party going into the two fixtures.

Manchester United ace Marcus Rashford is one of three striking options included and the 19-year-old will be hopeful of leading the line in the absence of Tottenham's Harry Kane.

The Red Devils ace will have some stiff competition for a starting spot with Sunderland's Jermain Defoe, recalled for the first time since 2013, and Leicester City's Jamie Vardy fighting for a place.

Defoe's record at international level is good, having bagged 19 goals from 55 appearances, whilst his goalscoring form on the domestic stage has been very impressive after netting 14 times in the Premier League this season.

Vardy, who led the Foxes to the title in the previous campaign, is also back to his best form and Southgate is spoilt for options in the final third.

England's record in the world champions' back yard is very impressive and the last time the Three Lions lost an international friendly in Germany was back in 1987.

The most recent meeting ended in a 3-2 victory for then-manager Roy Hodgson in Munich last year, with Kane, Vardy and Eric Dier grabbing the goals for the visitors.

One thing that can be expected is goals, with the last six encounters producing 23, and backing both teams to score with an England win offers good value.

The Three Lions are also on a five-game unbeaten run, winning three and drawing two, and backing an away win at n/a also looks to represent decent value for money.

However, Germany do still provide a great threat and the likes of Thomas Muller, Leroy Sane, Julian Draxler and Mario Gomez have the potential to hurt England, meaning the home win could be a favourable price for some at n/a.

Joachim Low's men are unbeaten in their last six matches, winning five and drawing one, and they will be looking to avenge the defeat suffered on home soil almost a year ago.

Recommended Bet: Away win n/a
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