Spain and Germany will meet for the fourth time since the two nations clashed at the Euro 2008 final on Thursday evening.
Both sides still have excellent players in their armoury, despite not putting up much of a fight in recent tournaments. For the Germans, Manuel Neuer is edging closer to making a century of senior caps, whilst younger players like Timo Werner, Serge Gnabry and Joshua Kimmich have established themselves as some of the very best in recent seasons, all of which bring goals to their side.
As for Spain, they are a team with quality all over the pitch and have great leadership in their ranks with the veteran players, Sergio Ramos and Sergio Busquets. At the other end, the likes of Ansu Fati, Mikel Oyarzabel, Marco Asensio, Adama Traore and new Manchester City man, Ferran Torres, make up a young, yet promising new-look Spain side.
It is difficult to predict how this game is going to pan out but with each sides boasting significant attacking players, but no doubt we are likely in for a few goals. Odds for Germany to win and both teams to score is at 7/2 - click here to claim this bet and have it straight in your bet slip.