Betting: Germany 4/1 to beat Northern Ireland

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The World champions come into this game at one of the shortest prices of the tournament so far but new Betway customers can back Joachim Low's side at a massive 4/1

A 0-0 draw with Poland has left Germany in danger of not topping Group C at Euro 2016. The bookmakers believe they will have chances to dispatch Northern Ireland though, which gives the World champions a great chance of progressing in pole position.

Priced at just 1/3 (1.33), there are few punters who will be backing Germany in the match odds market, with plenty including them as part of a multiple, or seeking bigger prices through the likes of handicap, goals or correct score markets in an attempt to unearth more value.

That's not the case for new Betway customers though, the online firm are offering anyone opening an account the chance to take 4/1 (5.0) about the heavy odds on favourites getting the better of Michael O'Neill's men at the Parc des Princes.

To take up this offer simply register for a new account via the links provided, back Germany at the usual price shown on site and if the 2014 World Cup winners are able to justify their short price, the returns will be topped up to the equivalent of 4/1 (5.0). What's more, if Low's side fail to win the match then the bookmaker will refund all losing wagers as a free bet.

Having picked up a 2-0 win over Ukraine in their opening match of the tournament, the bore draw with Poland means Germany can't afford to underestimate O'Neill's men, who will be hopeful of qualifying for the next round themselves after picking up a victory on match day two.

Poland could well condemn Ukraine to a third consecutive defeat in Marseille which could see them go above Germany in the group so Die Mannschaft should have plenty of motivation for their clash with Northern Ireland.

With a wealth of quality players at their disposal and a defence that has kept two clean sheets in France thus far, those who think Germany will justify their odds on quotes will surely be keen to get them on side at a huge price of 4/1 (5.0).

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