Germany has been one of the most successful nations throughout women’s soccer history, having landed World Cup success on two previous occasions. However, they will be looking to put recent disappointments behind them when they take to the field for the first time Down Under on Monday when they collide with Morocco.

Before Betting On Germany vs Morocco

For a long time there were few more dominant teams in the world of women’s soccer than Germany. The European nation won back-to-back World Cups in 2003 and 2007, before reaching the semi-finals at the 2015 tournament. Their dominance throughout the modern era was evident from the fact that they won six straight editions of the Women’s EUROs between 1995 and 2013. However, they were unable to get back to the top of the European game last summer, as they were beaten in the final by England.

Germany has qualified for all nine editions of the World Cup, and they are unbeaten in their opening game at the World Cup throughout the tournaments history. In fact, they have suffered just one defeat in 24 group stage matches at the competition, and have gone 19 without defeat since a loss against Sweden in 1995.

That is the size of the challenge awaiting Morocco on Monday, as they look to cause one of the biggest shocks in the history of the Women’s World Cup. The African nation will be making their debut at the competition this summer, and they will be confident after achieving a historic run to the final of the Women’s AFCON in 2022.

However, there will clearly be reservations about their quality against this top-level of opposition, as they have gone five international matches without a win. Over that period, they have failed to score throughout, and have suffered defeats against lesser opposition such as Jamaica, the Czech Republic, and Romania. This could be a daunting prospect for Morocco on their World Cup debut.

Germany vs Morocco Offshore Odds & Pick

Match ResultOdds
Germany (-3)1.96
Morocco (+3)1.86

This is a huge challenge for Morocco on their World Cup debut, and it is hard to overlook their form coming into the tournament. We fully expect Germany to cover the spread by landing a wide-scoring margin on Monday.