Germany could book their place at the World Cup with two wins during this international break and neighbours Austria look set to be in the firing line in Munich.
The three-time tournament winners are long odds-on at 19/100 to take all three points, with the draw at 7/1 and Austria rank outsiders at 33/4.
Joachim Low’s side’s 22 goals in qualifying so far is the second highest amongst the European teams, just one behind top scorers Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Borussia Dortmund’s Marco Reus has been responsible for five of those efforts and is likely to play an advanced attacking role in this game, with former club teammate Mario Gotze missing through injury.
Fellow midfielder Mesut Ozil has also rippled the onion bag five times during qualifying and is likely to be on penalty duty having netted from the spot on two occasions in Group C.
At 6/1 to open the scoring, the new £42.5m Arsenal signing is a great value bet, especially considering centre-forwards Mario Gomez and Miroslav Klose, who have two less goals between them than Ozil in qualifying, are just 7/2 each.
With his midfielders in such fine scoring form, Low may decide to dispense with his strikers completely, as he did in the 3-0 and 4-1 wins against Kazakhstan in March.
Austria managed to restrict Germany to two goals in Vienna, but in front of a packed Allianz Arena crowd the hosts can dominate their opponents and a 3-1 win at 35/4 is the correct score pick.
Germany have scored at least three in five straight games, scoring exactly three in three of those, and are struggling for clean sheets having shipped at least a goal in four of their six Group C games so far.
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That’s a great offer considering Sweden, who are level on points with Austria, managed a 4-4 draw when they visited Berlin last October and the visitors haven’t been beaten in five qualifiers since the 2-1 loss to Germany 12 months ago.