Jogi Low's men are the clear market choice for Euro 2016 glory following their World Cup win
"Miroslav Klose apart, Germany will largely have the World Cup winning team to choose from in their bid to win Euro 2016 and at [4.4] to back, Low’s team are clear of the chasing pack."
Germany are [4.4] to follow up their World Cup win with the Euro 2016 crown.
Jogi Low's men edged out Argentina by a lone Mario Gotze goal in extra time to lift their fourth World Cup.
In a closely-fought match, Argentina were unable to capitalise on the better opportunities while Germany dominated possession but struggled to create clear chances. The 0-0 draw in 90 minutes was backed at [9.6].
From a 4-0 destruction of 10-man Portugal in the first game onwards, Germany were arguably the most impressive team at the World Cup. Europe's poor record in tournaments staged in the Americas - four World Cups, no trophies - was a widely repeated fact before the tournament, but that can now be consigned to the history books.
Germany, who scored a record-equalling 18 goals at Brazil 2014, were backed at a high of [10.5] to win the tournament.
Miroslav Klose apart, Germany will largely have the World Cup winning team to choose from in their bid to win Euro 2016 and at [4.4] to back, Low's team are clear of the chasing pack. France, the tournament hosts, are [7.0] with Spain the only other team to trade in single figures [7.6]. World Cup quarter-finalists Belgium are [11.5], the same price as the Netherlands followed by Italy [14.5] and England [15.5].