Germany are 8/13 with Sky Bet to secure top spot in Group B with a third successive Euro 2012 victory when they meet Denmark on Sunday.
Joachim Low's side have been well backed to win the tournament after excellent victories over Portugal and the Netherlands extending their unbeaten run in competitive games to 13 - a German record.
The Danes are significant outsiders at 5/1 to claim the three points at the Arena Lviv which may well be necessary for them to qualify, depending on the result between Netherlands and Portugal.
While Germany are clear favourites to win on Sunday the record between the sides in major tournaments is close with all three games ending 2-0 with the Danes winning in the 1986 World Cup and Euro 1992 and Germany in Euro 1988. It's 6/1 for a Germany 2-0 win and 28/1 for Denmark to win by the same margin.
Mario Gomez has scored all three of the Germans' goals so far and is the 4/1 favourite to break the deadlock and 5/1 to net a brace, while Nicklas Bendtner, who bagged both goals in the 3-2 defeat against Portugal, is 9/1 to score first.
The online bookmaker go 8/1 for both Bendtner and Gomez to find the target.
A Germany win by 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1 is 7/4 while it's 9/2 for the match to end in a 1-1, 2-2 or 3-3 draw.
Germany were made favourites after beating the Netherlands but have drifted back out to13/5 following Spain's 4-0 thrashing of Ireland.