Germany were stunned 5-3 by Switzerland last weekend but I wouldn't read too much into that result.
Joachim Low’s side were missing their eight Bayern Munich stars and they'll be back against Israel tonight except for Bastian Schweinsteiger who has a calf injury.
Probable starting line-up: Neuer, Boateng, Mertesacker, Badstuber, Lahm, Khedira, Kroos, Muller, Ozil, Podolski, Gomez.
Israel boss Eli Guttmann is reported to be playing a defence-minded line-up with Itay Shechter a lone striker. I can't see past Germany but as they are just 2-9 at Coral and Paddy Power take them minus one at 4-9 with Paddy Power and possibly minus two at 11-10 with Paddy Power.
Golden Boot favourite Mario Gomez is one of those back after the Basel bashing and he is 7-2 at unibet to score first. Gomez will be keen to get back on track after a poor display in the Champions League Final defeat to Chelsea.
France should edge out Serbia and are 4-7 with William Hill to do so.
If you're looking for proper action what about these two: Bulgaria v Scotland U-21s and Shotts v Clydebank.
Jordan Rhodes is the man the Bulgarians fear and he'll be looking to celebrate Huddersfield's promotion to the Championship with a goal. If you can get a price on him to score first then take but not seen anything yet, not even at McBookie.com.
The Scots online bookies have, however, priced up tonight's big junior game, the D&D Central League Cup Final.
Shotts go into the game on the back of their stunning success against Auchinleck Talbot in the Scottish Junior Cup and on the verge of promotion to the top flight. For the it's a question of when their busy schedule will catch up with them.
Clydebank are a league above Shotts and on a run of 12 wins in a row in the league and cup. They are justifiable 4-5 favourites with McBookie but I was hoping for a tad bigger against decent opposition. Shotts are 85-40 at McBookie.com to win in 90 minutes.
I'll be at Pollok to see if Clydebank can do it. Will I take the 4-5? Probably. Bankies are 1-1 in William Hill shops but it's not available online.
Gomez to score first
(11-10, Paddy Power)
(4-7, William Hill)