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Slovenia vs Germany: Prediction and Betting Tips

02:00, Aug 03 2021
Slovenia vs Germany prediction for Tuesday’s Olympic games in Tokyo Men’s Basketball clash at Saitama Super Arena in Tokyo. After winning their three Group C games, Slovenia take on Germany third in Group B in the quarter-finals of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Read on for our free prediction and betting tips.

Slovenia looks set to challenge for a medal

It has been a very successful first appearance in the Olympics so far for Slovenia. They won their three matches in the group stages with commanding style. With Luka Doncic being at his best and his teammates also contributing with their best efforts, Slovenia have looked like a serious contender to challenge for the Gold Medal in Tokyo.

In their last match against Spain, Slovenia had to come back from 12 points down in the third quarter. In the fourth quarter, they finished the match with a 9-0 run and turned the game around winning by eight points. Vlatko Cancar of the Denver Nuggets was the best scorer of the match with 22 points. Coach Sekulic has a host of NBA players at his disposal and will use them to challenge for a medal in this Olympics.

Slovenia key stats

  • Slovenia have scored on average 109.7 points per game in Tokyo
  • The field goals made percentage by Slovenia per match is 48.7%
  • 35.8% is the percentage of the three-points shots made by Slovenia

Germany in a very tough matchup

Germany qualified to the knockout stages of the 2020 Tokyo Games in men’s Basketball after finishing third in their group. Die Mannschaft’s best finish in the Olympics was in 1992 after reaching the seventh position. They lost two and won one game in their Group B matches and were ranked as the second-best third positioned team in the four groups.

The Germans were superior in rebounds in their match with Australia, with 45 to Australia’s 27. But coach Henrik Rodl’s team struggled with their shooting making 41% of their field goals. 

They also committed 18 turnovers of which Australia scored 18 points. The good news for coach Rodl is that his bench players had a contribution of 43 points in the match. The Germans need all the contributions they can get from any player in the game against Slovenia.

Germany Key Stats

  • Germany have scored on average 85 points per game in Tokyo
  • The average free throw points made by Germany is 84.8 
  • 47.4% is the average number of field goals made by Germany

Slovenia vs Germany Prediction

Slovenia are the overwhelming favorites to win this game with 1.09 odds at Vbet. It is unlikely to see Germany trouble the Slovenians considering their performances and capabilities.

Luka Doncic had an outstanding season in the NBA and the 22-year-old with his teammates look very hungry for a maiden medal in the Olympics. Doncic is averaging 30.3 points per game and he will be his team’s key man in this match.

We have the total points in the match on Vbet to choose from. We think under 184 total points with an odds of 1.76 has a very good value.

Slovenia vs Germany Betting Tips

Under 184 Total Points 1.74 at Vbet

Over 44.5 1st Quarter Points 1.60 at Vbet

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