Germany will be looking to book their place in the semi-finals of the European Under-21 Championship when they take on Denmark in Krakow on Wednesday.
Having ran out 2-0 winners over the Czech Republic in their opening clash, Stefan Kuntz's side are 2/5 (1.40) favourites with dabblebet to qualify for the knockout stages with a game to spare by coming out on top at the Marszalek Pilsudski Stadium.
Meanwhile, the Red-White were beaten 2-0 by Italy in their first game, but are on offer at 5/1 (6.00) to keep their chances of progression alive with a shock win here.
None of the Germans' last 18 fixtures have resulted in a draw, but you can get odds of 16/5 (4.20) on them being forced to settle for a single point in this one.
Considering the Bundesliga and senior international experience of squad members such as Maximilian Arnold, Max Meyer and new Bayern Munich signing Serge Gnabry, it is no surprise that Die Mannschaft arrived in Poland as tournament favourites.
Indeed, Kuntz's team wasted little time in vindicating that tag in their opening game, taking the lead in the first half before going on to secure a comfortable win over a talented Czech side.
As well as ensuring an 11th consecutive competitive win, that match was also the 10th in that 11-game stretch in which they had gone in ahead at the break. With the prospect of early qualification on the table, another quick start seems more than likely in Krakow.
Considering Niels Frederiksen's team have scored just a single first-half goal in their last six matches, odds of 23/20 (2.15) seem generous on them trailing at half-time on the way to a fourth defeat in five when they take on the rampant Germans.