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FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers Germany vs. Liechtenstein odds, predictions: Best bets and picks for Thursday's match from proven soccer guru

Esteemed soccer insider Martin Green is up more than $36,000 on his picks over the past four seasons, and he just released his coveted best bets for Thursday's group-stage match in Wolfsburg, Germany
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Germany and Liechtenstein will face off Thursday in a 2022 UEFA World Cup Qualifying group-stage match in Wolfsburg, Germany. The Germans have already qualified for Qatar 2022, and Liechtenstein has been eliminated. Kickoff from Volkswagen Arena is set for 2:45 p.m. ET. 

Caesars Sportsbook lists Germany as the -20000 favorite (risk $20000 to win $100) on the 90-minute money line in the latest Germany vs. Liechtenstein odds, with Liechtenstein the +10000 underdog. A draw is priced at +2800 and the over-under for total goals scored is set at 5.5. (For the latest soccer news and analysis, click here)

Proven soccer expert Martin Green has identified his best bets for the Germany vs. Liechtenstein matchup below, and bettors who have followed his advice have cashed in huge. Green is a handicapper who has covered the game worldwide, and his European soccer picks have generated more than $36,000 for $100 bettors since the 2017-18 season.

Germany (7-0-1) dominated the previous matchup despite winning only 2-0 back in September. It held the ball for 86 percent of the match and had a 30-2 advantage in shots (7-0 on target). New manager Hansi Flick has seen his team win all five games since he took over. He could rest a lot of players to keep them healthy, but he has plenty of depth to work with. Leroy Sane, who scored one of the goals in the last meeting, could be joined in attack by Ilkay Gundogan, and Lukas Nmecha could make his debut up front.       

Liechtenstein (0-1-7) will sit back with a five-man defense and try to take advantage of Germany's indifference. The Germans are unlikely to risk injury on strong tackles, and Dennis Salanovic and Yanik Frick are both capable strikers. Martin Buchel, who has 89 international caps, will run the show in midfield along with Livio Meier. Germany could be a bit disorganized with a different mix of players and a relatively new manager, and the forwards also will want to impress, so it could be vulnerable on counter-attack.

Green has scrutinized the Germany vs. Liechtenstein matchup from all sides, and is backing Liechtenstein +6 goals. He also has a play for first half goals and analyzed both squads.

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