When and where: The final round game in Group B kicks-off from the Arena Lviv in Ukraine at 2.45 p.m. ET. Coverage will be provided by ESPN2, with a live stream available on ESPN3.

Preview: Despite two wins out of two, Germany go into their final group game at Euro 2012 still needing at least a draw to ensure their place in the quarter-finals.

After a less than inspiring 1-0 victory over Portugal to begin their campaign, Germany was much improved against the Netherlands and always looked to have an element of control despite Robin van Persie's second-half strike.

After an injury-hit second-half to the campaign, Sebastian Schweinsteiger looks to be back to his best and with Mesut Ozil having matured into one of the best creative midfielders around, ahead of him, Germany look phenomenally strong in the middle. Fort the time being, at least, Mario Gomez appears to be at his confidently lethal best, rather than the overawed striker on-show in the Champions League final.

Germany will be forced into one change against Denmark, with regular right-back Jerome Boateng missing through suspension. Lars Bender appears likely to get the nod.

Denmark's prospects of making the next phase have been made considerably tougher after conceding a late winner to Portugal last time out. The Danes now need a win to make sure of reaching the last eight, with a draw only good enough if Portugal lose.

If they are to get a result, Morten Olsen's side will have to play with the impetus they showed in their opening win against the Dutch and only after falling two goals behind to Portugal.

They are sure to have to spend plenty of time on the back-foot against a strong Germany side, but Denmark has shown that they can cause teams problems when countering with real purpose. Their chances will not been helped, however, if injuries to Niki Zimling and Dennis Rommedahl keep the influential pair out of the lineup.

If Denmark's players are lacking for inspiration ahead of their make-or-break match, they only have to look back to the list time their country met Germany in a competitive fixture. That was back in 1992 when Denmark created one of the biggest upsets in European Championship history by beating the Germans 2-0 in the final.

Denmark

G: Andersen

D: Jacobsen, Kjaer, Agger, S. Poulsen

M: J. Poulsen, Kvist

Mikkelsen, Eriksen, Krohn-Dehli

F: Bendtner

Germany (probable)

G: Neuer

D: Bender, Hummels, Badstuber, Lahm

M: Khedira, Schweinsteiger

Muller, Ozil, Podolski

F: Gomez

Prediction: Germany put in a controlled and classy performance against the Dutch and if they perform similarly here it is hard to see Denmark getting the result they need. The loss of Zimling would be a big blow in front of the back four, an area where Germany did so much damage to the Netherlands.

As much as they will be on the back-foot, Denmark has to be careful not to sit too deep and allow Germany to take advantage of the aerial threat of Gomez in the box. If they can contain Germany at the back then Bendtner has shown again during these championships that he is a dependable goal scorer at this level.

But the Danes best chance may be that Germany decide that a draw would not be all that bad a result if it means confirming the elimination of their rivals, the Netherlands.

Denmark 0-2 Germany