Neymar-less hosts will be hoping to secure a place in the World Cup final when they face Joachim Low's men on Tuesday evening
Germany face Brazil for the second time in 12 years at the Fifa World Cup history in Belo Horinzonte . A brace from Ronaldo got the Selecao a 2-0 victory over the European side in the final of the 2002 edition staged in Korea/Japan.
Hosts Brazil come into this game with the intention of making their first final since their triumph 12 years ago though will be without star player Neymar who has been ruled out of the competition due to injury.
The Germans have been more in control of their games, never really looking in trouble against France in the previous round, although they were given a scare by Algeria in the last 16.
It is perhaps because of these performances that for the first time this tournament we find them as outsiders for a match priced at (2.70) with Bet9ja with the draw available at (3.05).
The loss of their two best players Neymar (injured) and Thiago Silva (suspended) will also have impacted on Brazil's price and if we have hitherto seen little to inspire confidence in backing Felipe Scolari's side, they are now even more unappealing with those high profile absentees.
Under 1.5 goals is offered at (2.40) but more attractive is the price of (5.41) for under 0.5 goals in the game.
Brazil have scored five goals in the first halves of matches at the World Cup but four of them have been scored by either Neymar or Thiago Silva. Meanwhile, this selection has paid out in three of Germany's last four matches, making it a solid option at a decent price.