Over/Under 2.5 goals
These two sides have met 30 times in their history: Italy lead by 14 wins to seven, with nine draws completing the record.
Italy have never lost against the Germans in a competitive game: boasting three wins and four draws (including two games played at the Euros: a 1-1 in 1988 and a 0-0 in 1996).
The Azzurri are unbeaten in their last five games against Germany, winning three times and drawing twice.
Italy have failed to make it to the final in only two of the 10 semi-final games they've played at major tournaments (a 0-2 loss to USSR at Euro 1988, and a 3-4 defeat on penalties to Argentina at World Cup 1990 after a 1-1 draw).
Germany have played in a semi-final in a major competition 17 times so far, making it to the final on 11 occasions.
Germany are the only side to have won each of their four games at Euro 2012. They have now won their last 15 competitive games - an all-time record in DFB history.
The Germans have scored in each of their last 20 games (51 goals in total).
Germany boast the best attack at Euro 2012 (nine goals scored) while Italy have the second-best defence (two goals conceded).
Italy have netted just four goals so far - no other side have reached the semi-finals scoring so few goals at the Euros since 1996.
Six of Italy's last seven goals at the Euros have come from set-pieces, whereas 11 of Germany's last 12 have come from open play.
Italy have attempted the most shots so far at Euro 2012 (59), and only Cristiano Ronaldo (22) has mustered more shots than Mario Balotelli (14).
Germany's last seven goals at Euro 2012 have been scored by seven different players, while no Italian player has scored more than one.
In the quarter-final match against Greece, Miroslav Klose scored his 64th goal in his 120th cap for Germany and he is now just four strikes away from Gerd Muller's record of 68 goals for the Mannschaft.
Germany have conceded, on average, only nine fouls per game, fewer than any other side at Euro 2012, while Mats Hummels and Sami Khedira are the only outfield players to have played four full games without conceding a single foul.
Italy have fired over the most accurate crosses from open play so far at Euro 2012 (17).