Germany and Spain will go head-to-head on Wednesday night in the second World Cup semi-final.
Germany are the top scorers at the 2010 World Cup, having scored 13 times already in South Africa. Joachim Low’s side have netted four goals in match three times already at the World Cup, against Australia, England and Argentina and they are 12/1 with StanJames to do the same when they face Spain on Wednesday night.
Mirsolav Klose has scored four of Germany’s goals, taking his total at World Cup finals to 14, just two short of the all-time scoring record set by Brazilian legend Ronaldo. It is 11/8 with Stan James that the Bayern Munich striker equals the record and 11/4 that he breaks it.
It is 5/1 that Klose finishes as the top scorer in South Africa and that Germany win the World Cup.
World Cup specials at StanJames
12/1 Germany to score four or more goals against Spain
Miroslav Klose Special
11/8 Doesn't Reach 15 Goals
11/8 Equals But Doesn't Break Record
11/4 Breaks Record
Which semi-final will have most goals?
13/10 Uruguay v Netherlands
13/10 Germany v Spain
Will there be a red card in either semi-final?
Total goals combined in both World Cup semi-finals
4/5 Over 4.5
Evens Under 4.5
Outright winner and top goalscorer doubles
9/4 Spain and David Villa
4/1 Holland and David Villa
9/2 Germany and David Villa
5/1 Germany and Miroslav Klose
12/1 Holland and Wesley Sneijder
16/1 Spain and Miroslav Klose, Holland and Miroslav Klose
25/1 Uruguay and David Villa
33/1 Spain and Wesley Sneijder, Germany and Wesley Sneijder
Name the World Cup finalists