Two-time world champions Germany face debutants Morocco in the penultimate match of the first round of fixtures at the 2023 Women’s World Cup. Our sportsbook offers the best markets and live betting in the Women’s World Cup.
Germany: Two-Time World Champions
As one of the most successful nations in history when it comes to women’s football, Germany is also one of the main favorites to win the title of World Champion at this competition. In the Group with Morocco, Columbia, and South Korea, there should not be too many problems to reach one of the first two positions, however, a slightly worse preparatory period could worry the Germans and raise the seriousness to a much higher level.
Germany enters this match as the clear favorites with their strong squad and rich history in women’s football. They possess a wealth of talent and experience, making them a formidable opponent. We expect Germany to dominate the game and secure a comfortable victory over Morocco so we will include them in our soccer picks and parlays.
While Germany is expected to roll straight over the other three teams in this lopsided group, they can’t afford to become complacent and expect those results handed to them on a silver platter. Both of Germany’s Women’s World Cup triumphs have come outside of Europe and there will be plenty of confidence that they can make a strong push for glory this time after coming so close to winning the Euros last summer.
Morocco: World Cup Debut
Morocco is one of eight teams making their debut at the FIFA Women’s World Cup this year. Only one team from Africa has previously managed to win their first game in the Women’s World Cup, Cameroon in 2015.
Morocco is one of the national teams on the African continent that is developing rapidly. Nigeria is definitely the most successful nation, but at the previous African Cup of Nations, Morocco almost reached the end because they lost to South Africa in the final.
They don’t have too big ambitions, but they will certainly try to surprise the favorites in this group. Morocco was very active during this month. They played three friendly games against Switzerland, Italy, and Jamaica and what could be worrying is that they didn’t score a single goal so if you’re betting online you should expect the same outcome on Monday.
While Morocco should consider themselves successful already just by qualifying for their first World Cup, chances of them advancing are slim to none as Colombia and South Korea will likely end up being the teams fighting for the second place spot in Group H.
Germany vs Morocco Head-to-Head
This will be the first game between Germany and Morocco. It’s been a bit of an up-and-down run for Germany heading into the World Cup. After losing the Euro 2022 final to England, the world number two won their next four games but has since only come away as victors on two out of a possible six occasions. Morocco failed to pick up a win from their previous three games. Germany won the world title twice and was runner-up once and participated in all eight World Cups so far while this is the first participation in the World Championships for Morocco. It’s been 20 years since Germany won their first-ever Women’s World Cup.
Germany vs Morocco Game Information
- Game: Germany (0-0-0) vs Morocco (0-0-0)
- Location: Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
- Day/Time: Monday, July 24, 4:30 a.m. ET
- Germany vs Morocco Live Stream: fubo.tv
Germany vs Morocco Betting Lines
Germany vs Morocco Picks and Prediction
Germany enter this clash as heavy favorites being priced at -2500 on the three-way moneyline according to the latest soccer odds while the goal line is set at 3½.
This match could see a good number of goals due to Germany’s attacking firepower and Morocco’s vulnerabilities in defense. With their offensive capabilities, Germany is likely to create scoring opportunities, contributing to a potentially high-scoring affair. Germany will look to control the game and utilize their technical ability to break down the Moroccan defense. This clash will set the tone for Germany for the rest of the group stage and even the tournament so we expect them to cover the spread.