Austria will be hoping to bring their dismal run against Germany to an end when they welcome their neighbours to the Ernst Happel Stadion this Friday.
The hosts have lost their last five games against Germany, with their last modicum of success coming in the form of a goalless draw in 1992.
Germany can be backed to continue this run and cement their position at the top of Group A with a win at 33/100.
Austria offer longer odds of 7/1 to claim victory, while punters can back the draw at 77/20 on bwin.com.
With the two sides preparing to square off in Vienna, football betting fans could be tempted to look at their recent form to get a better idea of how the match will pan out.
Austria head into the game on the back of three disappointing results. Losses to Belgium, Holland and Greece are unlikely to have prepared them well for what should be a well-disciplined German team.
Joachim Low’s side have had a mixed bag of results of late. Victories over Uruguay and Kazakhstan came either side of a defeat at home to Australia.
However, in competitive games, Germany find themselves in the enviable position of being one of only three nations with perfect records in Euro 2012 qualifying, along with the Netherlands and world and European champions Spain.
They also share the best goal difference in the competition with the Dutch.
As such, punters could be tempted to have a wager on some of the goalscoring markets offered by bwin.com. Odds of 3/1 can be had on exactly two goals being scored, while three (31/10) and four (4/1) could also attract interest.
There is also the opportunity for betting enthusiasts to place a wager on the game’s first goalscorer. Mario Gomez offers odds of 5/2 to get the game up and running, while Thomas Muller and Lukas Podolski are both priced at 4/1 to break the deadlock.
At the other end of the pitch, Twente’s powerful target man Marc Janko will be looking to give the home fans something to cheer about and can be backed to open the scoring at 8/1.
However, the limited attacking options available to Austria boss Dietmar Constantini mean that much of the sensible money is likely to go on betting that the away side will win to nil. bwin.com offers odds of 11/10 on such an outcome.
A successful £10 bet on the Germans to win the game 3-1 returns £110. The same stake on a 2-0 away win will see punters collect £70.
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