The Nations League kick off with one of the most exciting fixtures between two European heavyweights between Germany and Spain in Stuttgart.
Germany versus Spain match is tipped to be a low scoring match. The Die Mannschaft played their last match in November 2019, Germany defeated Northern Ireland in qualifying round for Euro 2021, they won eight of their last 12 matches, the Germans will be confident of a win in this clash.
Germany will have no Bayern Munich stars in their squad due to their participation in the Champions League, six Bavarian stars that played in the 1-0 win over Paris Saint-Germain, they were given a weekend off.
Manuel Neuer, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka and Serge Gnabry all sit out but Leroy Sane could feature. Defender Niklas Sule is available after appearing off the bench against Les Parisiens.
Spain also had an easy ride to their Euro 2021 qualification and they remain unbeaten during the qualifying rounds.
The Spanish team seems to be in a transition period, with no fewer than eight uncapped players in their 24-man squad.
The squad will look up to captain Sergio Ramos for inspiration going into this clash, the Real Madrid defender is tipped to score at any time in this clash.
From the past, the clash between both teams has been cagey affairs, although both sides play entertaining football and tend to produce plenty goals a critical look at their head to head suggests it would be a low scoring game.
Their last four games ended in under 2.5 goals, with a pair of 1-0 win for Spain, a result by the same scoreline for the Germans and a 1-1 draw the last time they met, BetPay offers one of the highest odds for under 2.5 goals @ 1.90.
Joachim Low’s side has generally been good at home, otherwise remaining unbeaten at home for two years.
Germany is the favourite to win this match.