Germany and Greece meet in the second quarter-final of Euro 2012 on Friday evening, as William Hill report the latest Germany v Greece odds, as punters are continuing to pile in to German striker Mario Gomez to find the net first at a value looking price of 3/1.

Looking at Germany to being with, they have been the best side in the competition so far and are the only team with a 100% record.

Joachim Loew’s men have looked confident, well organised and clinical in front of goal, so they certainly seem to have a winning formula.

They can go into this match full of confidence too and will fancy their chances of making it to the semi-final.

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Mario Gomez has been the main man for Germany in front of goal and has three goals in the tournament so far. His three finishes have been of the highest quality and just shows that he is a player oozing confidence. The 26-year-old is likely to play a big part in this match.

Looking at the odds for Loew’s men, they are red hot favourites to win this encounter – you can back them at 4/11.

As for Greece, not many people can believe that they have made it to this stage of the tournament. They managed a point against Poland in their opening game but were then shocking in a 2-1 defeat to Czech Republic.

Fernando Santos’ men then went into the final match against Russia needing to win and hope that other results went their way. A 1-0 win and the Czech’s beating Poland meant they had made it into the final eight against all the odds.

It is now a massive chance for Santos’ side to cause even more upsets in the competition and emulate their success of Euro 2004.

It could not be a tougher test for Greece though as they go up against one of the favourites to go all the way and lift the trophy. However, it is a game they should be relishing.

Unsurprisingly they are big outsiders for this encounter with odds of 10/1 to win in 90 minutes.