Germany vs Estonia: Predictions, Betting Tips & Odds

Euro 2020 Germany vs Estonia
Germany vs Estonia Euro 2020 Qualifiers

Wednesday, June 12th, 2019 @4:45 am
Coface Arena – Mainz
Group C

The final Euro 2020 qualifier before the players head off on their summer holidays sees Germany aim to make it a perfect four against over their rivals.



Germany host Estonia looking to take control of group C in a game they are clear favourites with relevant sportsbooks to win.

Three times the pair have met and three times the Germans have come out on top although admittedly you have to go back to 1939 for the last of those three meetings.

However, in the following 80 years, the footballing spectrum has stayed largely the same with the hosts one of the world’s top sides and Estonia still yet to make it to a major championship finals.

Few expect much to change this qualifying campaign either as the Baltic country began their qualifying adventure with defeat to Northern Ireland in match day one.

Estonia’s away record in Euro qualifiers hardly makes for positive reading either for fans of the Blueshirts as they have managed to collect just two points in their last seven road games.

Germany to win is the only realistic prediction one can make and that is exactly what we expect to happen.

Estonia also have not scored on the road in the Euros since 2011 so a Germany 3-0 shutout looks the way to go in this one.

Betting Tips

There’s not much value in just picking Germany to win, however, backing them with a three-goal margin makes sense and offers value with online betting sites especially when you consider Estonia have not scored on the road in Euro competition since 2011 and Germany have averaged three goals per game at home in their last three Euro qualifiers.

Germany are likely to keep a clean sheet meaning the home side need to score four for this bet to lose. No doubt the players will have one eye on a summer holiday so once they get a comfortable lead expect them to shut up shot.




Head to Head

Three times the pair have met in competition although remarkably it has been 80 years since the two last played each other.

That day in 1939 Germany came away 2-0 winners in an International friendly in Tallinn, Estonia, which continued a theme between the pair as the German’s boast a 100% record over their rivals coming into this game.


  • Germany head coach Joachim Löw is expected to be absent from the touchline after a freak accident.
  • Estonia have lost all three games they have played against Germany.
  • The first ever meeting between the two saw Germany win 5-0 in a 1935 International Friendly.
  • Germany have only lost two of their last twenty-three European Championship qualifying games prior to the Belarus encounter.
  • Estonia have not won an away Euro qualifying game since defeating Northern Ireland 1-2 in 2011.

Darren Williamson is an experienced soccer writer and tipster, covering everything from the Premier League to League Two. Darren also closely follows European soccer, cricket, and tennis and lives just outside London with his family. He counts music, food and travel among his non-sporting interests, but can’t go too long without taking in a sporting event or two.

All Predictions by Darren Williamson