Betting: Germany 6/1 to beat Italy

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Betway are offering all new online customers the chance to back the World champions at a huge enhanced price of 6/1 to get the better of Antonio Conte's men in Bordeaux

Germany have progressed without so much of a scratch thus far, unlike coach Joachim Low though, the World champions now have more than just a sniff of adding a European crown to their extensive international honours list.

At odds of 13/10 (2.30) the favourites already offer significant returns for punters who believe they will get the better of Italy on Saturday. Anyone yet to sign up with Betway though, can take up a price of 6/1 (7.0) on Germany to win the match in normal time.

To take advantage of these huge odds, simply sign up with the online bookmaker, back Germany at the usual price shown on site and if Die Mannschaft secure safe passage through to the semi-finals, the winnings will be topped up to the enhanced value of 6/1 (7.0). What's more, anyone taking up this offer will get their stake back as a free bet if wager loses.

While they seemed to be merely ticking over in the group stage, Germany's emphatic 3-0 victory over Slovakia was an ominous sign for the rest of the team left in the competition. It was a scoreline that could have been even more one-sided had Mesut Ozil converted a first half penalty.

Italy have garnered plenty of plaudits for their impressive defence which has so far kept plenty of attacks at bay but not only do Low's side have the weapons to test the Juventus based backline, but the pre-tournament second favourites have also yet to concede a goal themselves.

The pick of the quarter finals, this game looks like a mouth-watering clash for punters and while the 13/10 (2.30) quotes on Germany could well prove generous, the opportunity to back the World champions at the price of 6/1 (7.0) looks set to be extremely popular with punters.

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