Even with two wins under its belt, Germany still find themselves in a position where it can be eliminated Sunday if it doesn't get at least a draw against Denmark.
Joachim Low's side have looked quite sharp across the board during the European Championships so far and with their top lineup starting Sunday's match (minus right back Jerome Boateng due to suspenion) expect them to relenetlessly attack Denmark's goal.
To win the match outright, the heavily favoured Germans come into the match with an offering of 1.61. With not much value in that selection, I believe Die Mannschaft will not leave anything to chance and will play for the win. They will also want to set the tone of the match early on, so a better value pick would be to take the Germans winning the halftime/fulltime which sees a payout of 2.37.
The draw result is being offered by Ladbrokes at 3.60.
The Danish, who have been underestimated every step of the way, will aim to make the biggest upset of the tournament thus far and would pay out 6.50 if they do, which is quite close to the odds they were being given when they defeated Holland on matchday one.
With Mario Gomez having repaid the faith shown to him by Jogi, expect him to get the start once again over Miroslav Klose. Should Gomez add to his tournament tally of 3 goals in the match, he will pay 5.00 to score either first or last and that's certainly something to consider. To score at any point in the match the odds are at 2.10.
Another consideration is scoring after 30 minutes. If Germany can score early on, they would pay 2.87, while if Low's boys score either 2 or 3 goals, a payout just over evens at 2.10 is available.
Lastly, with a much better defense than both Portugal and Holland, Germany could very well shutout Denmark and, should they accomplish that, the payout is a tempting 2.75.