Women’s World Cup 2023: South Korea vs Germany Prediction, Preview, and Odds (Aug 3)
- Germany need maximum points in their final Group H match to book their spot in the round of 16
- South Korea face difficult challenge to reach the round of 16
The final matches in Group H at the Women’s World Cup take place on Thursday, with Germany coming into their final group stage match under pressure. The former champions will need a victory in their final match to secure a place in the round of 16.
How To Watch
- When: Thursday, August 3, 2023, at 6:00 a.m ET
- Where: Lang Park, Brisbane, Australia
- How To Watch: FOX
One of the biggest shocks in Women’s World Cup history could take place on Thursday, as two-time world champions Germany could be eliminated at the group stage. The European nation still have their own destiny in their hands, but they will need a victory over South Korea in their final Group H match to reach the round of 16.
Germany was shocked in their previous match, as they suffered a 2-1 loss against Colombia in Sydney. Alexandra Popp scored a late equalizer against the South American nation, but Colombia caused a huge shock in added time, as they found a 97th minute winner.
South Korea would need an unlikely turn of events to reach the round of 16, as they must land victory by a wide winning margin over Germany to finish in the top two. That looks increasingly unlikely based on the performances that they have put in throughout the competition to this point, as they have lost back-to-back matches against Colombia and Morocco without scoring a goal.
Their most recent loss was suffered against Morocco on Sunday, as they conceded early against the African nation before struggling in the final third of the field to level the scores. It looks incredibly unlikely that they will have the required quality to pose questions of Germany in Brisbane.
South Korea vs Germany Prediction
Germany were given a stern reminder that there are no easy games at the Women’s World Cup over the weekend. However, we fully expect them to make amends in their final group stage match, as we expect them to land a comfortable win over South Korea.