The latest Euro 2012 betting odds from bwin suggest that it is highly unlikely that Germany’s perfect start to qualifying will come to an end when they visit Azerbaijan on Tuesday.
Victory will guarantee Joachim Low’s side their seventh straight win as well as lifting them ten points clear of second-placed Belgium in Group A.
And, with odds of 2/25 on an away win, betting simply on the outcome of the game is unlikely to be popular with punters.
Those thinking that the home side will be able to grab an unlikely win can get odds of 20/1, while the draw is priced at 8/1.
Football bettors looking to make the game a little more exciting could be tempted to give the hosts a 2-0 advantage in order to make the odds more favourable.
This will change the away win to a 3/5 shot, while the draw offers odds of 4/1.
When the two sides first met, Azerbaijan ended up on the wrong side of a 6-1 mauling to an impressive German side who had recently returned from reaching the World Cup semi-finals.
As such, football betting enthusiasts could be tempted to back this game to be a high-scoring affair, with bwin.com offering a number of markets.
Odds of 3/10 are available on the game producing three goals or more. Using bwin’s £25 free bet to back this outcome would return £32.50. Returns of £67.50 can be had from the same stake on five or more being scored.
There are also a number of goalscorer markets which will interest punters. Mario Gomez, who was in prolific form in front of goal for Bayern Munich last season, is priced at 2/1 to find the net once during the game.
Alternatively, punters may be tempted to place a wager on him scoring two (11/4) or even three or more goals (4/1).
Those who think that the game will be a high-scoring affair could be tempted to make it even more exciting by betting on which half will produce the most goals.
Punters can hedge for the first 45 minutes producing the highest number of goals at 17/10, while those betting on it being the second half will double their money at evens.
Odds of 71/10 on Azerbaijan’s Vagif Dzhavadov, who netted the consolation in the two teams’ last meeting, to score at any time could also prove a popular pick.
So, new customers could win £202.50 if they register here and place their free £25 bet on this outcome.