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Romania welcome Germany to the National Arenaon Sunday evening with both sides aiming for their second win in World Cup qualifying Group J.
Joachim Lows side secured a comfortable 3-0 success over Iceland on Thursday evening in Duisberg, while Romania scored late to claim a 3-2 home victory over North Macedonia.
Germany have won each of their last 17 World Cup qualifiers and bet365 price them at 3/10 (1.30) to extend that hugely impressive run this weekend.
Germany were without midfielder Jonas Hoffmann for the win over Iceland following his positive test for coronavirus while full-back Marcel Halstenburg was also unavailable having been deemed a close contact. Both will miss out again here.
For Romania, Ianis Hagi impressed with a goal off the bench against North Macedonia and will be hoping to push for a starting berth.
Germany made light work of Iceland in midweek and they will be confident of recording another success this weekend.
The 2014 World Cup winners meanwhile have plenty of firepower at their disposal and in the last two years they have scored three or more times on nine occasions.
Romanias defensive record is far from impressive, with the side keeping just one clean sheet in their last 12 matches in all competitions and largely struggling to resist attacks.
Indeed, they have conceded four goals to Norway, three goals to Belarus and twice against North Macedonia in the last 12 months alone, and they could be in for a similar story against one of the most prolific sides in European football.
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