The two winning teams from the opening round of matches in Group H will lock horns in Sydney on Sunday, with both Germany and Colombia looking for the win that could book their place in the next round of the Women’s World Cup.

Before Betting On Germany vs Colombia

There will be intriguing action at the Women’s World Cup on Sunday, as Germany and Colombia lock horns at the Sydney Football Stadium. Maximum points for either side will be enough to secure their progression through to the next round of the competition, with Germany looking to increase their chances of landing a third major honor.

The European nation was excellent in their opening match at the competition, as they answered all questions as to whether they were serious challengers following a shock pre-tournament defeat against Zambia. Germany stormed ahead against Morocco inside the opening 40 minutes, with Alexandra Popp netting twice. Further goals were added in the second half, as Germany kicked off their campaign in Group H with a resounding 6-0 demolition job.

Colombia has enjoyed an excellent 12 months or so, as they ended last summer by finishing as runners-up in the Copa America. They previously competed at the World Cup in 2015, as they made it through to the knockout round, and they look to stand an excellent chance of at least emulating that run Down Under in 2023.

The South American nation were very professional in their opening match, as they scored two quick goals to put them on course for a 2-0 success over South Korea on Tuesday. The opening effort was netted from the penalty spot by Maria Usme, before Lina Caicedo extended that advantage just nine minutes later. However, this will likely be the biggest test that they will face in the group stage at the World Cup this summer.

Germany vs Colombia Offshore Odds & Pick

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Germany put down an early marker in Group H in their opening match, as they looked incredibly strong against Morocco. This will be a more challenging match against Colombia, but we still expect them to run out easy winners over their South American rivals.