SpreadEx England v Germany Competition: Win A New England Football Shirt

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england shirt

It’s England vs Germany at Wembley tonight and you can enjoy the Nations League game with SpreadEx by entering their FREE competition to win the new England football shirt.

How To Enter The SpreadEx England Shirt Competition

This SpreadEx ‘Win An England Shirt’ competition is open to all UK residents aged 18+

  • Free To Enter (England v Germany, Monday 26th Sept)
  • Head To The SpeadEx Twitter Page or SpeadEx Facebook Page And Find Their ‘Win an England Shirt’ Competition Posts
  • Leave A Comment On One Of The Posts With Prediction Of The Minute England Will Score Their First Goal Against Germany – Like And Tag A Friend

Join SpreadEx And Claim £36 In Free Bets

To claim the SpreadEx sign-up offer, follow the simple instructions below.

  1. Click here to sign up with SpreadEx
  2. Make a deposit and place a £25 bet at odds of 1/2 or higher
  3. Once your qualifying bet settles, SpreadEx will credit your account with £36 in free bets

England vs Germany Betting Preview

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Old footballing rivals England and Germany face-off this evening at Wembley for a Nations League game with both sides having one eye on the World Cup in a few months in Qatar.

However, these International heavyweights haven’t been in the best of form of late so we could be in form an intriguing clash as both look to restore some confidence.

Germany lost 1-0 at home to Hungary last week and head into this game having won only one of their last six, while England are on a similar poor run. Southgate’s men also lost 1-0 last time out, at the hands of Italy and haven’t won in their last five.

The sides last met in this competition back in June this year, with that clash ending 1-1 with goals from Germany’s Jonas Hofmann (50) and a late Harry Kane penalty (88), while it’s also interesting that Germany have drawn 4 of their last 6 matches 1-1.

We’ve also seen 5 of the last 6 head-to-heads between the nations go Under 2.5 Goals, so we might be in for another tight clash, especially as England are having a bit of trouble in-front of goal at the moment – The Three Lions have netted just once in their last four games!

What about the time of the first England goal? This is what we need to predict in order to try and win a new England shirt.

If it’s any help, the last five meetings between England and Germany have seen the first match goal scored in the 43 minute or later, while the last two meetings saw the first goals scored in the 50th and 75th minutes.

With that in mind – let’s take a punt on England scoring in the 60th minute!

Good Luck!


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