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World Cup 2010 Semifinals: Germany vs Spain Predictions

Germany vs Spain will battle for a slot on the finals of World Cup 2010. Yesterday, I made a great success of predicting that Netherlands will win in their semifinals match with Uruguay. As a writer I had been successful predicting 50% of the winning match in this World Cup so far, I am not an experienced Sports writer and my basis of predictions are on the teams previous performances and games.

Germany is in a big advantage going to the semifinals. They have a greater array of players who can score and defend compared to Spain. Recently Spain had relied heavily on David Villa who had managed to rescue them from a near defeat against Portugal and Paraguay.

Interestingly for Spain however, Fernando Torres had been missing his form since Day 1 of the World Cup 2010. Lucky for them Iker Casillas started to come back and take his form as a renowned goal defender. He had made two outstanding save during the last two matches of Spain.

German head coach Joachim Loew besides relying on his superstition regarding his lucky blue cashmere sweater would rely heavily on two players, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Miroslav Klose. Schweinsteiger listened to the advise of German chancellor Angela Merkel, and now he is smooth, deadly and a great player.

Klose on the other hand would be aggressive to get a goal tonight because he only needs one more goal to surpass fellow German Gerd Mueller, and one behind record-holder Ronaldo of Brazil. Would he achieve that tonight? Well let's see.

Regarding Loew's wardrobe, do you know that he hasn’t washed since the start of the tournament because he believes that it had been one of their talismans in winning games one after the other.

Sop who would you prefer to win for the semifinals match between Germany and Spain? Place your bets....

For me I am placing my bet for Germany winning this match, 4-1.

The Germany vs Spain live stream will be available at 14:30 EDT.

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