Germany v Denmark Odds : Mario Gomez set to continue hot streak as Loew eyes Group B qualification

Denmark and Germany go head to head on Sunday evening in what should be a thoroughly entertaining game from start to finish as William Hill announce free bets and report plenty of money on Joachim Loew to reach the final.

Both teams are looking to progress to the knockout stages and there is sure to be plenty of time for twists and turns yet. Taking place at the same time as Portugal v Holland, the pressure really is on.

Germany are extremely likely to make it through to the quarter-finals though. They have been impressive so far having won both of their games, securing a maximum number of points in the process.

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The only way they can crash out is if they lose to Denmark and Portugal beat Holland. Even then it comes down to goal difference, so you can see why Joachim Loew’s men are 1/10 on to win Group B and progress comfortably.

You would expect them to have too much for Denmark too. Going forward, Germany are arguably the most threatening team in the tournament and in Mario Gomez they have a man on top of his game. Favourite for the golden boot before things got underway, he already has three goals.

As for Denmark, well they have been much better than expected so far. Many would have predicted them to be dead and buried by now. Instead, they have a fighting chance.

After the famous 1-0 victory over Holland in the first game, Denmark lost 3-2 to Portugal last time out. This is something that would have frustrated them greatly after forcing their way back to 2-2.

They are being extremely competitive though and more of the same is needed on Sunday for the biggest test of all. Their defence needs to be on form and their attack needs to take any opportunity they can get.

In terms of their situation in Group B, they currently sit third with a point enough to see them progress if Holland beat Portugal. Then, they know a victory would guarantee them an unexpected place in the last eight.

You can back Denmark at 5/2 to qualify, while they are the outsiders to beat Germany at odds of 11/2.

Joey Rooney

Tommy graduated from Sheffield University in 2009 with a Journalism degree and has worked in various professional industry posts including the football print media.

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