Betting: Germany 30/1 to beat Mexico en route to Confederations Cup final

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Die Mannschaft will be wary of an upset but Paddy Power's enhanced offer for new players allows a low-risk, max reward way to back the world champions

Portugal’s exit at the hands of Chile in Wednesday’s Confederations Cup semi-final proved that upsets are fully capable of happening against the bigger guns.

Paddy Power’s £1 max stake new customer offers were specifically planned with such occurrences in mind, with massive payouts balanced by the totally negligible potential loss.

And they are back with another 30/1 (31.0) new customer offer with £1 max stake for those keen to back a Germany inside 90 minutes, who are understandable favourites against Mexico in Thursday’s semi-final.

Joachim Low’s side, despite being largely untested at the top international level, have marched along in assured fashion and now remain a game away from achieving the final, led by the talents of Julian Draxler, Timo Werner and Lars Stindl upfront.

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Nevertheless, the Mexico threat is not to be taken lightly given the Central Americans are in the final four entirely on their own merit, and Paddy Power’s huge 30/1 (31.0) enhanced offer with £1 max stake on Germany to win is the best way to land a significant payout without having to risk losing a significant sum if things don’t go their way.

To take up this enhanced quote, simply register using the links provided and place your first bet on the world champions at the usual odds. If they win, then the returns will be topped up to the enhanced value after the final whistle. £1 max stake. Winnings paid in free bets. T&C's apply.

Despite the threat, Germany have plenty going in their favour as long as they remain concentrated and fully focused. Die Mannschaft are unbeaten in nine out of 10 of their last games against Mexico, while they have been without defeat in their last 13 straight international ties.

Lars Stindl Germany Chile Confederations Cup

Their confident passing game has paid dividends with none of Germany’s fresh faces looking out of place in the group stages, where they maintained a total of 56.3 per cent possession and 87.3 per cent passing accuracy. Draxler proved the creator in chief for Low’s men, laying on the most scoring chances at 10 over the course of three games - with Stindl and Werner the joint-leading scorers in the tournament with two goals apiece.

It was a potency that saw Germany get on the scoresheet in every group stage game, and they will remain confident of outscoring a Mexico side not to be underestimated therefore making Paddy Power’s 30/1 (31.0) new customer offer with £1 max stake the best way to back Low to pick up his 101st win as Germany coach.

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Germany 30/1 (31.0) with £1 max stake to beat Mexico for new Paddy Power customers

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