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Germany Women vs Spain Women Dream11 prediction, Match preview, Team news, Predicted lineups - UEFA Women’s Euro 2022

Here's a look at the Dream11 prediction for the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 between Germany Women vs Spain Women. Check out the dream11 fantasy team,match prediction, match preview, updates and lineups for GER-W vs SPA-W.

Last updated: 12.07.2022
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Two firing sides Germany and Spain meet each other in a colossal battle in their second game of Group B to secure qualifications to the last eight early at the Brentford Stadium.

The Spanish army had to do it in a difficult way coming from behind to beat Finland 4-1 on the same night Germany thrashed Denmark with a similar score-line but not conceding a goal in a cracking game.


GER vs SPA Match Details

Date: Tuesday, 11th July 2022 / Wednesday, 12th July 2022

Time: 20:00 (BST) / 00:30 (IST)

Venue: Community Stadium, Brentford


GER vs SPA Match Preview

With qualification and possibly the top spot in the group up for grabs, Germany are confident to wrap up everything in their second game of the group stage at Brentford following a thrilling 4-0 win over Denmark. Bayern Munich star Lina Magull was in the heart of proceedings scoring a goal before providing a fantastic ball for Lea Schuller to head in the empty net with the keeper beaten. Schuller could have gotten more on the night but she won’t be having the chance to add more to her goal tally in the tournament for the next games at least after contracting Covid-19. The story of the game, however, belonged to Alexandra Popp when she headed in her first-ever Euro goal after missing the previous editions with injuries. In this so-called ‘group of death’ with Spain to face next, a win of that caliber is an obvious source of optimism for the Germans looking to reintroduce their royalty in the contest. After all, they have won four of their last five games and have now scored 11 goals in the previous two alone. Even without Schuller and Magull subject to late fitness tests, Die Nationalelf are well equipped with their strength in depth. There is no deficiency of experience to face a competitive opponent and the youngsters are ready to show their talent. The score line might not look the same but the Germans will make them a strong favorite if they win the next game.   

Spain were stunned in just 60 seconds on the clock when Linda Sallstrom latched onto a brilliant pass to give Finland a surprise lead in the contest. It took some time for La Roja to settle into their rhythm and the momentum quickly shifted after Irene Paredes scored from a Mariona Caldentey’s corner. The right-winger kept the tempo up for Spain with their injured star Alexia Puetellas watching from the stands. Defender turned provider, Mapi Leon played a delightful cross for her cunning Barcelona teammate Aitana Bonamati to guide her header over the stranded keeper. The centre-back was involved again swinging a set-piece delivery for Lucia Garcia to make it a hat trick of headers for Spain. Caldentey then converted a late spot-kick to round off a well-deserved comeback. Spain know the type of attacking football they played comes with the risk of opponents always having the chance to counter. Coach Jorge Vilda will stress the mistakes done in the first game to check Germany’s firing frontline in the group decider. Not only that, La Roja have a chance to end their winless against their same opponents. Their loss in the 2019 World Cup group stage proved costly matching them with the USA in the next round. The occasion fits well for Spain to seek revenge and halt Germany’s progress to some extent given that both are favourites now to escape this group.            


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GER vs SPA Team News

Germany are concerned with midfielder Lina Magull after she felt her hamstring 20 minutes from time in the win against Denamark to be replaced by Linda Dallmann. The Bayern Munich player trained on her own on Sunday as a precautionary measure. She is doing her best to be fit before the clash with Spain. Magull’s club and national teammate Sydney Lohmann also haven’t participated in the team training with an injury to the knee. Another huge blow for the Die Nationalelf is forward Lea Schuller will miss the next round of games due to Covid-19 and has begun her self-isolation. A possible return date will be discussed.     

Spain have a fully fit squad available to them following the win over Finland. The players involved have done light physical workouts in normal training. For the right-back spot, Atletico Madrid’s Sheila Garcia could start ahead of Ouahabi. Their hero Alexia Puetellas, missing out on the tournament because of an ACL injury, is returning to Barcelona with the squad’s psychologist after overseeing the first game from the stands.


GER vs SPA Expected Lineups 

GER: Merle Frohms; Giulia Gwinn, Kathrin Hendrich, Marina Hegering, Felicitas Rauch; Lena Oberdorf, Sara Dabritz, Lina Magull; Svenja Huth, Klara Buhl, Julia Brand

ESP: Sandra Panos; Sheila, Irene Paredes, Mapi Leon, Ona Batlle; Aitana Bonmati, Patricia Guijarro, Irene Guerrero; Luicia Garcia, Esther Gonzalez, Mariona Caldentey


GER vs SPA Head to Head

Spain have failed to beat Germany on every occasion they have met them. There have been three draws in the five games since 2011. La Roja have only managed three goals in that period. The last meeting in a major tournament was in the group stages of the 2019 FIFA World Cup when Sara Dabitz netted to give the Germans a slender 1-0 win. 


GER vs SPA Dream11 Team Prediction

GK: Frohms (8.5)

DEF: Batlle (8.5), Paredes (9), Leon (8.5), Rauch (8.5)

MID: Oberdorf (8.5), Dabritz (8.5), Bonmati (9)

FW: L. Garcia (9.5), Magull (9), Caldentey (9.5)  

  • Mapi Leon produce two brilliant assists for her teammates in the win over Finland.

  • One was for midfielder Bonmarti who headed in Spain’s lead

  • The other for Luis Garcia from a free-kick.

  • Germany’s Oberdof produced an assist, dominating the midfield alongside Sara Dabritz.

  • Lina Magull is the inspiration for her side with a goal and an assist to round off a fantastic display

  • Caldentey ran the show for Spain delivering an assist and scoring from the shot being a constant threat on the right-wing.

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