Sky Bet make Germany the odds-on favourites to book their place in the Euro 2012 when they meet Italy in Warsaw on Thursday.
Germany boss Joachim Low was able to rest his attacking trident and still progress with a 4-2 win over Greece, while Italy went the distance before eventually ousting England on penalties.
The Italians are 7/2 outsiders to win in 90 minutes and 7/4 to book their place in the final with another shoot-out success 10/1.
The impressive nature of Germany's progress has seen them cut to 13/8 favourites to lift the trophy, while Italy came in from 10/1 to 11/2 after progressing on Sunday night.
Germany have scored the most goals at the finals so far, averaging over two goals a game, and are 4/1 to score three or more goals against the Italians.
Mario Gomez has scored three of their nine goals and is favourite to both break the deadlock on Thursday at 9/2 and to be the tournament's top scorer at 6/4.
Mario Balotelli is the shortest price of the Italian frontmen to score at 7/1 to net first and 12/5 anytime, while Cesare Prandelli's men are 5/4 not breach Germany's backline.
With Germany and Spain the favourites to progress, a final meeting between them is evens, while a clash between Italy and Portugal at the Olympic Stadium on Sunday night is 7/1.
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