Germany are in a strong position to advance to the last-16 of Euro 2020 as they conclude their Group F campaign against Hungary.
After opening with a 1-0 loss to France, Die Nationalmannschaft rallied to a 4-2 victory over Portugal and now have a great opportunity to progress with a result against Hungary, as France faces Portugal in their final group game.
Hungary, however, still have a chance to qualify for the knockout stages and could advance with a win if results and goal difference go their way.
Date, kickoff time, and venue
Germany vs Hungary is scheduled for an 8pm BST kickoff on Wednesday, June 23, 2021.
The match will take place at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany.
Germany vs Hungary Team News
Germany manager Joachim Low may be without Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Jonas Hofmann and RB Leipzig right-back Lukas Klostermann due to injuries. Bayern Munich midfielder Leon Goretzka, who had some injury concerns before the tournament, is expected to be fit.
Doubtful: Jonas Hofmann, Lukas Klostermann
Hungary may be without Mainz striker Adam Szalai. Freiburg forward Roland Sallai and Fehervar striker Nemanja Nikolic are expected to lead the line. Fenerbahce centre-back Attila Szalai and Osijek midfielder Laszlo Kleinheisler have also performed well.
Doubtful: Adam Szalai
Germany vs Hungary: Match preview
Germany showed their attacking prowess and resilience in their victory over Portugal, with wing-back Robin Gosens impressing. A win against Hungary or a draw, combined with France not losing to Portugal, will see Germany progress to the knockout stages. They will aim to build on their recent successes in international tournaments.
Germany vs Hungary Prediction
Germany are expected to continue their winning form against Hungary, despite Hungary’s impressive performances against Portugal and France. Germany’s attacking strength and the vulnerabilities in Hungary’s defense should give Germany the edge.
Prediction: Germany 1-0 Hungary
Germany vs Hungary: Betting tips and odds
Germany & BTTS
Germany’s strong attacking display against Portugal suggests they will secure a win against Hungary. However, Germany’s defense has yet to keep a clean sheet, so both teams are likely to score.
Over 3.5 Goals
Previous encounters between Hungary and Germany have often featured high scoring games, and this match is expected to be no different. Both teams have shown their ability to score goals, while Hungary’s defense has struggled.
Thomas Muller to Score
Thomas Muller, who has been a prolific scorer for both the German national team and Bayern Munich, is a strong bet to find the back of the net against Hungary’s defense, which has yet to keep a clean sheet in the tournament.