Germany head into the clash having reached the semi-finals of the World Cup in the last three attempts, and progressed through to last 16 top of Group G. They then needed extra-time to beat a stubborn Algeria side 2-1 to book their place in the last eight.
The Germans have been in solid form so far in Brazil, meaning Paddy Power’s price boost to 6/1 is sure to tempt punters into a flutter ahead of the all-European quarter-final clash.
The draw after 90 minutes in this game is currently priced at around 21/10 with most bookmakers, but with both side likely to be cagey with a place in the semi-finals at stake, the enhancement to 8/1 looks very tempting indeed.
France, meanwhile, have reached the World Cup final in the last two times that they have progressed past the group stage, so the omens look good for Didier Deschamps’ side after they came top of Group E and beat Nigeria 2-0 in the last 16. The boost to 7/1 for France to win is sure to attract plenty of interest.
In the other markets, which are also available to existing customers, France to win and both teams to score looks like a good shout at 13/2, while all eight teams to score at least once in the quarter-finals can be snapped up at 16/1.
For the record, the last time these two countries played in the World Cup, Germany won 2-0, back in 1986.
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