The 2018 World Cup is going to be captivating whatever happens on the pitch, with Germany going to Russia as defending champions and they might have the tournament’s top scorer in their midst.
It’s heavily likely that Die Mannschaft will win Group F and that means a likely victory in the last sixteen and at least five games in the World Cup.
Joachim Low made a surprise call by leaving out Leroy Sane from the final squad to compete at the tournament, although Timo Werner has been included and will surely start his team’s opening match.
Werner is a pace merchant who has shone on an international stage already, bagging seven goals in thirteen appearances for his country and three of his strikes came in last summer’s Confederations Cup.
He then scored another three goals to help his team qualify for the World Cup with ease, although the 22-year-old only managed a modest thirteen goals for Leipzig in the Bundesliga last term.
The money has been coming for Romelu Lukaku as punters cotton on to the fact that the Belgian could fill his boots in group games against Panama, Tunisia and England, with the Red Devils very attack-minded.
At 20/1, there is still some juice in his price and we’re happy to have him against the field with Werner.