10. Germany and England meet for the 12th time since reunification. Germany boast a W6 D1 L4 record since then and are 1.73 to win.
9. The only draw between these two sides since 1990 was the 1-1 result in the semi-finals of Euro 1996, which Germany won on penalties. Another draw is priced at 3.85.
8. England beat Germany 3-2 in a friendly in March last year, despite having been 2-0 down. Each of England’s last three wins over Germany have come on German soil. England are 5.25 to win again.
7. Both teams have scored in seven of the last 11 games between Germany and England. Both to score on Wednesday night is priced at 1.81.
6. England head into this clash unbeaten since the 2-1 loss to Iceland at Euro 2016 (WWDWD). They are 2.18 to win/draw on the Double Chance in Dortmund.
5. Jermain Defoe started for England in the 4-1 defeat to Germany at World Cup 2010. Defoe is back in the England squad and boasts 19 goals for England from 55 appearances, having made his debut back in 2004. He is 4.10 to score.
4. Jamie Vardy scored in the 3-2 win over Germany last year — his first of five for his country in 14 appearances. Vardy is 9.00 to score first.
3. Thomas Muller is Germany’s top scorer in World Cup 2018 qualification so far with four goals. Only Serge Gnabry (3) and Sami Khedira (2) have also scored multiple goals after just four qualifying games so far. Muller is 5.00 to score first.
2. Germany’s 0-0 draw with Italy last November was only their second goalless tie in 39 games. Another 0-0 draw is priced at 10.00.
1. Adam Lallana has scored in each of his last three England games, having previous gone 26 outings without netting for the Three Lions. He is 6.40 to score.