10. England boast a W15 D6 L12 record over Germany but have not beaten the world champions in their last two meetings. England are 5.75 to win.
9. However, the Germans have lost their last two home games against England, in November 2008 and September 2001. England are 2.28 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
8. England have scored 36 goals in away games against Germany, 11 more than any other nation. The Three Lions are 6.75 to score in both halves.
7. However, Germany have not lost successive matches since June-August 2012 and although they went down 2-0 to France in November they are 1.63 to win this clash.
6. Germany have not failed to score in consecutive matches since October 2007 and averaged 2.4 goals per game in Euro 2016 qualifying. They are 3.45 to net three goals or more.
5. The only player in this current England squad to reach double figures in goals is Danny Welbeck (14). The Arsenal striker is 4.75 to net at any time.
4. Debutant Danny Drinkwater could become the first Leicester player since Gary Lineker in 1985 to score for England. He is 17.00 to score and Foxes team-mate Jamie Vardy is 4.60 to find the net.
3. Germany have failed to score only once in 33 home matches since 2010. They are 1.35 to bag the opener.
2. Lukas Podolski is two away from becoming only the third German after Miroslav Klose (71) and Gerd Muller (68) to score 50 international goals. Former Arsenal forward Podolski is 7.50 to net last.
1. Theo Walcott is the second-highest scorer in the England squad for this trip to Germany, with eight goals. He has already scored three times in two international appearances this season and is 5.10 to score at any time.