10. There have only been three draws in 25 games between these two sides, with Germany winning 14 and Denmark eight. A draw is at 3.50, while a Germany win is at 1.70.
9. The Danes have won two of their last three fixtures against Germany. Nicklas Bendtner scored the only goal in a 1-0 win back in March 2007, and Denmark are 5.75 to claim victory again.
8. The last time the sides met was a friendly in Copenhagen in August 2010. Denmark clawed back a two-goal deficit to draw 2-2. Mario Gomez scored a tap-in that night, and with three goals already in Euro 2012, is just 2.25 to score again. A 2-2 draw can be backed at 15.00.
7. Germany had less possession (49%-51%), made fewer passes (555-683) and took fewer shots on goal (11-12) than the Dutch on Wednesday evening, yet still ran out 2-1 victors. They are 8.50 to win by the same score.
6. Mario Gomez opened the scoring on 24 minutes with only his third touch of the night, and went on to add a second before half time. The clinical striker is 5.50 to score first in Lviv, and 2.25 to score at any time.
5. Opposing centre-forward Nicklas Bendtner also scored a brace on Wednesday, with two headers against Portugal. Bendtner is at 8.25 to score first, and 6.00 to score again with his head.
4. Denmark’s most famous victory over Germany was a 2-0 scalp in the final of Euro ’92. Midfielder Kim Vilfort struck with 12 minutes remaining to see off the Germans in Gothenburg. Denmark’s current midfield ace, Christian Eriksen, is 19.00 to score first, and 6.75 to net at any time.
3. German striker Lukas Podolski is set to make his 100th appearance for his national side. He has not scored for his country since their 6-2 drubbing of Austria last September, and is 1.30 not to score on Sunday.
2. Denmark came back from two goals down against Portugal, only to concede with minutes remaining to lose 3-2. They are 1.30 not to win either half against Germany.
1. In all four Group B games so far, the team that has scored first has gone on to win the match. A price of 1.45 can be backed for the pattern to continue on Sunday evening.