A slew of bets is at your fingertips for the Euro 2012 semifinals, and the match between Germany and Italy has a hundreds of different wagers available for you to feast on.
Though it was six years ago, Joachim Low still bitterly remembers what it felt like when Italy defeated Germany at the near-impenetrable fortress in Dortmund in the semifinal of the 2006 World Cup. He now seeks vengeance at the same stage at Euro 2012.
The draw result after 90 minutes of regulation is currently slated at 3.25 and is a bet that you should deeply consider.
Cesare Prandelli's squad played a stunning match against England were unfortunate to not win ahead of the penalties. The play of Daniele De Rossi and Andrea Pirlo has been outstanding and both men regardless of the final result should be listed in the tournament Best XI.
If Germany can deliver another strong performance as it has against all of its opponents thus far in the competition, then consider a home/home bet at Ladbrokes.com which sees a payout 2.87. But the better value, and more likely result would see the draw/home bet which increases to 4.50.
It would be a monumental shock should Mario Gomez not make his return to the starting lineup after Miroslav Klose started against Greece. Gomez, who is tied for tops in the Golden Boot race with three goals, is paying 6.00 to score first or last, while the score at anytime bet sees a lower, yet still valuable, bet of 2.37.
Flipping to the Italian goalscorer offerings, Mario Balotelli pays 9.00 to open up or close out the goalscoring, while the anytime is at 3.75. Meanwhile, Antonio Cassano, who has started every match thus far for Italy, is at 10.00 and a 4.33 to score at any given point during play (minus penalties).