Italy face Germany in the Group A3 game of the UEFA Nations League 2022-23 at the Renato Dall’Ara Stadium in Italy on Sunday, June 5. The match will start at 12:15 AM IST (Indian Standard Time). 

Italy finished third in the last edition of the tournament, losing to Spain in the semi-final. On the other hand, Germany failed to qualify for the final round, finishing second in their group behind Spain. With form on their side this time around, they will look to better their performance this time around. 

Italy vs Germany Nations League 2022-23 odds

Betwinner odds: Italy: 2.94, Germany: 2.46, Draw: 3.42

Betway odds: Italy: 2.90, Germany: 2.37, Draw: 3.40

1xBet odds:  Italy: 3, Germany: 2.51, Draw: 3.5

Melbet odds: Italy: 2.94, Germany: 2.46, Draw: 3.42

Note: Odds are subject to change. Please visit betting sites to check and confirm the latest odds.

Italy vs Germany head-to-head

Italy and Germany have played 35 matches so far with Italy winning 15 of them. On the other hand, Germany have won eight while 12 matches have ended in a draw. 

Italy vs Germany probable starting lineups

Italy: Donnarumma; Di Lorenzo, Bonucci, Bastoni, Biraghi; Barella, Verratti, Tonali; Bernardeschi, Belotti, Insigne

Germany: Neuer; Kehrer, Rudiger, Schlotterbeck, Raum; Kimmich, Musiala; Gnabry, Muller, Sane; Werner

Italy vs Germany Nations League 2022-23 top picks and players to watch

Italy: Lorenzo Insigne will be the top pick from Italy for this clash. The forward has been in good form lately scoring 11 goals and nine assists in Serie A this season. The 30-year-old will be crucial for Italy’s chances this season. 

Germany: Thomas Muller will hold the key for Germany in this match. The veteran forward scored eight goals and 18 assists for his club Bayern Munich in Bundesliga this season and will look to replicate his form for his national side. 

Italy vs Germany Nations League 2022-23 prediction

Italy are not in the best of forms, having lost two and drawn two from their last six fixtures. 

Meanwhile, Germany have not lost a single game in their last six fixtures, winning five while drawing one against the Netherlands. They will fancy their chances of winning against a struggling Italian side.