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South Korea v Germany betting preview
South Korea already know they will be probably heading homeSouth Korea opened their World Cu p campaign with a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Sweden and fell to a 2-1 loss on Saturday against Mexico, despite Heung-Min Son giving them a glimmer of hope with a goal late on. As a result, they lie at the bottom of the table with 0 points. Their own slim hopes of reaching the next round rely Mexico beating Sweden and themselves pulling off a shock win against the World Champions. The Asian outfit actually made it four losses on the bounce at World Cups, their joint-worst streak at the competition.
Koreans have shown a much more encouraging display overall in the 4-2-3-1 formation against Mexico, with Son Heung-Min leading the line. Head coach Shin Tae-Yong is expected to stick with the same system, placing Hwang Hee-Chan, Lee Jae-Sung and Moon Seon-Min behind the Tottenham star. Kim Win-Moo should keep his place at left-back, with Park Joo-Ho still a doubt. Ju Se-Jong and Ki Sung-Yong are likely to anchor the midfield once again.
Germany will advance to the last-16 as long as they better the Swedes’ result vs MexicoGermany came from behind to collect a vital three points against Sweden (2-1) last time out, courtesy of Toni Kroos' last-minute stunner. They were in an extreme dangerous position until the last-gasp goal since they suffered a 0-1 loss to Mexico in their opening fixture. That means Germany go into their final group game second in the Group F table, three points behind table-toppers Mexico and ahead of Sweden courtesy of that 2-1 win only. A win for Germany here would guarantee them qualification, but anything else would leave them open to being leapfrogged by Sweden.
Jerome Boateng is suspended following his red card against Sweden. Mats Hummels is a doubt with a neck problem, but should recover in time to start alongside Antonio Rudiger. Nicklas Sule provide a further options while Sebastian Rudy is a doubt after breaking his nose last time out. Up front, Mario Gomez could start in place of Julian Draxler meaning that Timo Werner could play out wide. The likes of Marko Reus and Thomas Muller should complete the offensive trio.
25/1 Germany to beat South Korea
South Korea v Germany Starting Lineups South Korea (4-2-3-1): Cho; Y. Lee, Jang, Y. Kim, M. Kim; Ju, Ki; Moon, J. Lee, Hwang; Son
Germany (4-2-3-1): Neuer; Kimmich, Rudiger, Hummels, Hector; Gundogan, Kroos; Muller, Reus, Werner; Gomez
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