Hungary v England Betting Tips

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Hungary anticipate the arrival of England at the Puskas Arena in Budapest for their Group I World Cup qualifier match on Thursday the 2nd of September 2021.

Hungary put on a valiant effort at Euro 2020 this summer. Hungary were the fourth team in the “group of death”, and although they may have only secured 2 points in this group, they did manage to draw 1-1 with France and 2-2 with Germany. Portugal did manage to overcome Hungary, though, beating them 3-0 in their first fixture at the Puskas Arena.

Hungary are currently second in Group I behind England, which adds a level of significance to this upcoming fixture. So far, they’ve drawn 3-3 with Poland and beaten San Marino and Andorra 0-3 and 1-4 respectively.

England made it to the final of Euro 2020 this summer and although they made it to the semi-finals without even conceding a goal, including a 2-0 win over Germany, they did eventually succumb to a penalty shootout defeat at the hands of the Italians.

England have won three out of three in Group I during their World Cup 2022 qualification so far. They’ve beaten San Marino 5-0, Albania 0-2 and Poland 2-1. A win on Thursday will put them 5 points ahead of Hungary, and depending on other results, either 3 or 5 points clear at the top of the group.

Head to head, minus a 1-1 draw in 1999, England have won every competitive encounter between these two sides since Hungary beat them 2-1 in the 1962 World Cup group stages.

Odds For Hungary v England

It goes without saying that England are the favourites to win this World Cup Group I qualifying fixture. Hungary have been in good form though so odds may be a little closer than expected by the time kick-off comes around.

As things stand, odds for an England win are around 4/9, while a draw is priced at around 16/5 and a Hungary upset is priced around 13/2. For your convenience, you can find the latest and best odds for each result right here:

On the last three competitive occasions, both teams have scored in this fixture. On the last two competitive occasions, England have won 2-1 and 3-1. Here are the odds for the ‘match result and both teams to score’ market:

Alternatively, it’s a good time to start thinking about who might win the Qatar World Cup next winter as prices are still fairly volatile. The longer the competition goes on, the better of an idea the bookies have of who they think will win it. Here are the current odds for the top five favourites to win the next FIFA World Cup:

Hungary v England Teams

Although the starting lineups for this fixture will not be announced until an hour before the match begins, we do already have the official full squads of each of the 55 competing European nations. Here are the Hungary and England squads for this particular set of qualifiers:

Hungary (Vs. England, Albania, Andorra)
England (Vs. Hungary, Andorra, Poland)
Adam Bogdan
Denes Dibusz
Peter Gulacsi

Bendeguz Bolla
Endre Botka
Attila Fiola
Akos Kecskes
Adam Lang
Gergo Lovrencsics
Willi Orban
Attila Szalai
Mark Tamas

Daniel Gazdag
Laszlo Kleinheisler
Adam Nagy
Loic Nego
Andras Schafer
Dominik Szoboszlai

Janos Hahn
Nemanja Nikolics
Roland Sallai
Daniel Salloi
Szabolcs Schon
Kevin Varga
Roland Varga
Sam Johnstone
Jordan Pickford
Nick Pope

Trent Alexander-Arnold
Conor Coady
Reece James
Harry Maguire
Tyrone Mings
Luke Shaw
John Stones
Kieran Trippier
Kyle Walker

Jude Bellingham
Jordan Henderson
Jesse Lingard
Mason Mount
Kalvin Phillips
Declan Rice

Patrick Bamford
Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Jack Grealish
Harry Kane
Bukayo Saka
Jadon Sancho
Raheem Sterling

Betting Tips For Hungary v England

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Hungary v England is scheduled to kick off at 19:45 on Thursday the 2nd of September 2021.