Having been available at 9/2 (5.50) to win Euro 2016 prior to their clash with Ukraine, Germany are now a best price 4/1 (5.0) to add another international trophy to their extensive honour roll after becoming the first team to win by a two-goal margin.
Mykhaylo Fomenko's caused the World champions plenty of problems though, especially in the early going, forcing Jermone Boateng into a last ditch clearance to prevent the underdogs from drawing level following Shkodran Mustafi's 19th minute opener.
NetBet make it a 9/10 (1.90) chance that Germany finish the group stages with three consecutive wins but perhaps it is the 4/5 (1.80) available on both teams to score in their next match against Poland on Thursday that looks a better bet given how many problems the wide duo of Yevhen Konoplyanka and Andriy Yarmolenko caused.
Poland are 35/1 (36.0) to win the tournament after they dominated the opening game against Northern Ireland but Robert Lewandowski (16/1) is on the drift in the top scorer market, as is Thomas Muller (10/1) after both players failed to live up to their pre-tournament billing as their country's leading marksmen in the opening round of matches.
Given him impressive performance in Nice perhaps it is the industry best price of 40/1 (41.0) on Arek Milik with NetBet which could appeal. Germany are 8/13 (1.63) to win the clash with Poland at the Stade de France with the underdogs - who boast a win over Low's men in qualifying - an 11/2 (6.50) shot to get a result that put them in pole position to top Group C.
Michael O'Neill's defensive set up failed to bear any fruit against Poland and his side are a shade under Even money (2.0) to end the campaign with no points ahead of their clashes with Germany and Ukraine.