Germany v Ghana Live Stream : Latest odds and bets from Estadio Castelao, Fortaleza

Up to date Germany v Ghana live stream news, plus latest odds and free bets to use on the game as Joachim Low looks for a perfect record (KO 20:00).

Germany face Ghana in the group stage for a second consecutive World Cup, with the pressure on the African nation.

Match Stats

Thomas Muller scored a hat-trick as Germany thrashed Portugal 4-0, with Mats Hummels also getting on the scoresheet.

At 2-0 up, the task was made all the more easier by Portugal, as Pepe ridiculously got himself sent off for head-butting Muller when on the floor.

The margin of victory means Germany realistically only need one win from their final two group games to reach the last 16.

Ghana went into their match with the United States as favourites, yet despite dominating the game, lost 2-1.

Clint Dempsey gave the US the lead inside of 29 seconds, although Andre Ayew equalised with just eight minutes remaining.

With a draw very much on the cards, John Brookes headed home from a corner to give Jurgen Klinsmann’s men the perfect start.

Germany have won both previous meetings between the two sides, including the match at the 2010 World Cup.

Germany needed to beat Ghana to qualify for the knock out stages and a Mesut Ozil goal was the difference, as both progressed.

World Cup best: Germany three time winners (Most recent 1990): Ghana quarter-finals (2010)
2010 World Cup: Germany semi-finals; Ghana quarter-finals

Team News

After their 4-0 victory, it is hard to see Germany altering their starting XI, meaning Miroslav Klose will continue on the bench.

Germany will keep the same striker-less tactic, with Muller as the most forward thinking midfielder.

Bastian Schweinsteiger is another who will stay on the bench, after Toni Kroos and Sami Khedira impressed in central midfield.

Kevin Prince Boateng looks set to return to the first team for Ghana, meaning he will once again come up against his brother Jerome.

Kwadwo Asamoah will continue at left-back, despite a midfielder preference, with Sulley Muntari to remain in central midfield.

Jordan Ayew may miss out, along with Majeed Waris, with Ghana unlikely to start in a 4-4-2 formation.

Germany (4-1-2-3): Neuer, Boateng, Mertesacker, Hummels, Höwedes, Lahm, Khedira, Kroos, Muller, Ozil, Gotze

Ghana (4-5-1): Larsen Kwarasey, Opare, Boye, Mensah, Asamoah, Atsu, Muntari, Rabiu, Boateng, A.Ayew; Gyan

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