Germany and Italy have arguably been the two most impressive sides at Euro 2016 and they’re set to meet in the standout fixture of the quarter finals.
Italy knocked out the holders Spain 2-0 in the round of 16, with Giorgio Chiellini opening the scoring before Southampton’s Graziano Pelle added a second in stoppage time.
Germany are yet to concede at Euro 2016 and they made especially light work of Slovakia, winning 3-0, with goals coming from Draxler, Gomez and Boateng.
Incoming Chelsea manager Antonio Conte produced a tactical masterclass against both Belgium and Spain, but can he find a way of out-manoeuvering the current world champions?
Coral latest odds: Italy to win Euro 2016 - 11/2
One to watch
Julian Draxler (£3.7m)
A goal and key contribution last time out should be enough for the £3.7m rated midfielder to keep his spot in Joachim Low’s XI. He’s been selected in just 4% of TFF teams, making him a shrewd acquisition in what is sure to be a very evenly-contested game.
Coral latest odds: Julian Draxler to score first - 9/1
- Italy have never lost to Germany in a competitive fixture, including at Euro 2012. An Italy win on the 1X2 is current available at 14/5
- The score in that victory at Euro 2012 was 2-1. A repeat of that scoreline is available at 12/1.
- Graziano Pelle has scored twice already at this summer’s tournament. The Italian striker, who plays his club football for Southampton, is at 6/1 to open the scoring in Bordeaux.