Joachim Low could make a few changes to his side as he looks to give a few star players a rest.
The likes of Klose, Schurrle, Gotze, Reus, Kroos and Bender could all come into contention, though the defence is likely to remain the same.
After an immensely impressive first half display against Holland, many are tipping the Germans to win the tournament and two wins have given Low the ideal opportunity to ensure his squad is fresh for the latter stages.
If Denmark lose they are out, so Olsen's side certainly have more at stake than Germany, who know that a draw will be enough to see them top the group.
A draw would also be enough for the Danes if Netherlands beat Portugal and, although they need a result, Denmark will hope to keep this game in the balance until late on.
However, there is no doubt that Germany will be strong favourites and Low's side will look to make a statement by potentially being the only team to win all three of their group games, particularly coming out of what most heralded as the group of death.
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