Germany coach Joachim Low is confident his team can break through a wall of Greece players tonight in their Euro 2012 quarter-final clash. (Germany 1/3 in Euro 2012 Betting to beat Greece).
Low is anticipating tonight's fixture will be tighter than the bookmakers are suggesting, with his team favourites to beat the Euro 2004 champions.
Low said: "It will definitely be a tight affair, it is a quarter-final after all, we won't be taking the Greek's lightly and shouldn't under-estimate what they are capable of." (Greece 10/1 in Euro 2012 Betting to beat Germany).
Germany played their final Group B game against Denmark which they won 2-1, the perfect warm-up to tonight's match. Low continued: "We didn't really take chances early on against Denmark. We are going to have to be patient with Greece too as they are deep defenders, but we will always find ways to break through."
Low said he expects his side to show a ‘killer instinct' and take any chance they get in tonight's Euro 2012 quarter-final. The Germans will be seeking their first trophy in 16 years, and are the only team with a 100% record, but Greece are eager to upset those statistics. (Germany 17/4 in Euro 2012 Betting to draw with Germany).
Low added: "Greece aren't really a team that you can rip apart that easily, you have to fight for everything in this match. "