Joachim Low's side, beaten 2010 semi-finalists, are the $2.45 favourites at bet365 to reach the last four again in Brazil.
Standing in their way are Didier Descamps' in-form Les Blues, $3.20 to win the game at the Maracana, with the draw in Rio de Janeiro paying $3.30.
A France victory after extra-time or on penalties is worth $17 and $13 respectively, with Germany paying $11 in both of those markets.
Karim Benzema and Thomas Muller share top billing in first goal-scorer betting, with both men at $6 to strike first.
Paul Pogba put France ahead in their round-of-16 win over Nigeria and is tempting outsider to break the deadlock in this one at $17.
For Germany, Sami Khedira could come back into the starting XI ahead of Bastian Schweinsteiger.
The Real Madrid midfielder criticised his team-mates for failing to get into the box often enough in the group stage and is paying $10 to put his money where his mouth is by scoring against France.