Sunday evening sees Denmark and Germany go head to head in what is a huge game for both sides, as punters pile into William Hill’s price of 5/1 for Mario Gomez to once again score first.
Both sides can qualify for the knockout stages of the tournament and will be looking for a win here.
- BEST BET : Get on Mario Gomez at 5/1 with William Hill – the Bayern striker has looked a class above the rest and that price is to big.
Looking at Denmark to begin with, they will have been disappointed with their result against Portugal last time out where they had drawn level from being two goals down, but were eventually defeated 3-2 after a late goal from their opponents.
Morten Olsen’s men now need to better the result of Paulo Bento’s side in order to reach the quarter-finals but know it will be a tough task as they go up against the groups strongest outfit.
Olsen will be looking towards Nicklas Bendtner to continue his good form in front of goal. The Sunderland striker was on the score sheet twice last time out, answering his critics that said he could not cut it at international level.
As for the betting in this match, Denmark are the underdogs to take all three points with odds of 11/2.
As for Germany, they have had the perfect start to Euro 2012, winning both of their games.
Joachim Loew’s men were extremely impressive in their 2-1 win over Holland on Wednesday evening and if truth be told, they could have scored five or six.
Mario Gomez has really shown he is one of the best strikers around at the moment with three goals in his two matches in the competition. Both his goals against the Dutch were of the highest quality.
Germany could still find themselves out of the top two though if results go against them so they will be looking for nothing less than a win here to keep their good form and momentum going look to mount a challenge to go all the way and win the tournament.
Loew’s men are the red hot favourites to come out on top in this one. You can back them at 10/13.