Sunday evening sees teams from Group B play their final match of this stage and it is wide open with all four sides having a chance of making it to the knockout stages.
Germany look all but guaranteed a place in the quarter-finals as they have won both games and know that a point would see them safely through.
They could still not make the top two though if results go against them, however with the form they looked to be in against Holland, they have shown no sign of slipping up this time out.
Mario Gomez scored two goals of the highest quality in the game and he is showing everyone what a world class striker he is. Gomez has scored three times in the competition.
As for their opponents Denmark, they were involved in a thrilling match against Portugal were they came from 2 goals down to draw level with their opponents before Paulo Bento’s side grabbed a late winner.
Morten Olsen will now need to lift spirits in his squad now, they can still qualify for the knockout stages if results go their way. Nicklas Bendtner found the net twice last time out so he will need to continue his good form.
Portugal breathed a sigh of relief when they beat Denmark, a result that kept them in with a shout of qualifying.
Cristiano Ronaldo has failed to step up to the plate in Euro 2012 and is without a goal so far. If Bento’s men are to go far in the competition he has to find some form, starting with the game against Holland.
Finally, Holland have had the worst possible start the tournament, losing both their games. When you consider that they were one of the favourites to go on and win the competition, their results have surprised everyone.
Bert van Marwijk’s men could still reach the knockout stages though if they win this encounter and Germany beat Portugal.
Whatever the results, it looks to be a fascinating evening in this competitive group.
Germany are the big favourites to finish the group as winners. You can back them at 1.10 (1/10) with SkyBet.
It then looks to be a fight for second place which Portugal look favourites to take. They are being offered at 1.44 (4/9) with VC Bet to finish in the top two.
Denmark know they need a result against Germany to qualify for the knockout stages and they have odds of 3.80 (14/5) with BWIN.
Holland are the outsiders to finish in the top two of Group B. 7.00 (6.1) are the odds with StanJames on this happening.
Germany will not let be taking their final game of the group lightly and they maintain the form they showed against Holland. Joachim Loew’s men turning on the style and winning 4-0 can be backed at 29.00 (28/1) with Coral.