After breezing past Hungary on matchday one, Portugal go into matchday two with the aim of inflicting the same pain on a tricky German side.
Cristiano Ronaldo was undoubtedly the star of the previous show, netting two goals at the latter stages of the game to earn all three points for the Seleção.
Germany on the other hand suffered a heartbreaking 1-0 defeat to 2018 World Cup winners France and are coming into this game with the aim of making amends.
A tight affair expected
The two teams have quality all over the pitch and are likely to cancel each other out in this game. Germany have a strong defensive presence, led by Bayern Munich shot stopper Manuel Neuer whilst Portugal are led by Ronaldo.
Toni Kroos is also expected to pull the strings in midfield whilst Bruno Fernandes and Bernardo Silva are expected to delight the fans.
There will likely be goals in this game but the end result will probably be a draw. A scoring draw will serve investors really well.
Germany are slight favorites to win this one, with their odds priced at 2.30 by Betway whilst Portugal have their odds pinned at 3.15. A draw has been priced at 3.25.
Over 1.5 odds have also been priced at 1.34.
Portugal predicted XI: Patricio, Guerreiro, Dias, Pepe, Semedo, Sanches, Pereira, Jota, Fernades, Silva, Ronaldo
Germany predicted XI: Neuer, Rudiger, Hummels, Ginter, Gosens, Kroos, Gundogan, Kimmich, Muller, Havertz, Gnabry
Portugal v Germany head-to-head
16th June 2014: Germany 4-0 Portugal (FIFA World Cup)
9th June 2012: Germany 1-0 Portugal (UEFA European Championship)
19th June 2008: Germany 3-2 Portugal (UEFA European Championship)
8th July 2006: Germany 3-1 Portugal (FIFA World Cup)
20th June 2000: Portugal 3-0 Germany (UEFA European Championship)
Germany have been the better side in their most recent meetings with Portugal, winning four out of five games. But, a different set of teams will battle it out on Saturday.
How to follow the tournament in Ghana
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Enjoy selected live matches televised on Joy Prime (English) and Adom TV (Akan). You can also watch games in high definition on the HD+ Decoder, where Joy Prime HD is channel 102 and Adom TV HD is channel 103.
On radio, get live commentary of this match in English (Joy 99.7 FM, Luv 99.5 FM and/or Hitz 103.9 FM) or in Akan (Adom 106.3 FM, Nhyira 104.5 FM, and Asempa 94.7 FM).
You can also get all the above programs (radio and TV) streaming on the media section of this website.
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