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Germany vs Hungary – Match Preview

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Germany is set to face Hungary in a crucial European Championship match. This encounter is part of the second round in EURO Grp. A. It will take place at the Stuttgart Arena on Tuesday, the 19th of June, 2024, at 16:00 GMT. Germany currently leads the group with 3 points, thanks to their opening game. They scored 5 goals and conceded only 1. Hungary is in third place with 0 points, having scored once and conceded three times in their first match. Both teams are keen to win, with Germany aiming to maintain their lead and Hungary hoping to improve their standing.

Germany – Form

Germany has shown impressive form at home, with two wins and a draw in their last three matches. They defeated Scotland 5:1 on June 14, 2024, in the European Championship. Kai Havertz and Jamal Musiala scored, highlighting Germany’s strong attack. Before this, they won 2:1 against Greece in a friendly. Havertz and Pascal Gross scored. However, they drew 0:0 with Ukraine in another friendly. They dominated but couldn’t score. These results were expected by bookmakers, showing Germany’s strong home performance.

Hungary – Form

Hungary’s recent away performance has been mixed. They lost 2:1 to Ireland in a friendly on June 4, 2024. This ended their 14-match unbeaten streak, surprising bookmakers. Before this, they won 3:0 against Israel at home, as expected. Their European Championship match resulted in a 1:3 loss to Switzerland at home. This ended their unbeaten run and was somewhat expected due to Switzerland’s strength.

Germany – Hungary – Head to Head

The last match between Germany and Hungary was on September 23, 2022. Hungary won 1:0 in the UEFA Nations League A. In their last 10 matches, Germany won 3 times, and Hungary won 2. This shows a slight advantage for Germany in recent history. In the last 5 clashes, both teams scored in 3 matches. Also, in 5 of the last 6 matches, there were fewer than 3.5 goals, indicating tight games.

Germany – Hungary – Standings

As Round 2 of EURO Group A approaches, Germany is at the top with 3 points from one match. They scored 5 goals and conceded only 1, showing their good form. Hungary is in a challenging position, in third place with zero points. They scored once but conceded three times in their opening game. The upcoming match is crucial for both teams, with Germany aiming to extend their lead and Hungary seeking a vital win.

Germany vs Hungary – Top scorers

Niclas Fuellkrug leads Germany’s attack with 5 goals in the European Championship. Kai Havertz follows with 4 goals. Leroy Sane, Florian Wirtz, and Jamal Musiala each scored twice, showing the team’s offensive depth. For Hungary, Barnabas Varga is the top scorer with 3 goals. Roland Sallai and Dominik Szoboszlai each added 2 goals. Adam Lang and Zsolt Nagy also scored, proving Hungary’s ability to score from different positions.

Germany vs Hungary – Full-Time Betting

Bookmakers favor Germany with odds of 1.27 for a win. The odds for a draw are 6.25, and for a Hungary win, 9.50. Germany’s strong form and head-to-head record make them favorites. Hungary will miss key player Dominik Szoboszlai due to injury. Germany’s absence of Antonio Rüdiger and Deniz Undav is notable, but they have depth to compensate. The “halftime-fulltime” market offers odds of 1.667 for Germany leading at halftime and winning at fulltime. The “draw-no-bet” market for Germany is at 1.071, and the “double-chance” market for a Germany win or draw is also at 1.071.

Germany vs Hungary – Over/Under Betting

The odds for “Over 2.5” goals are 1.57, and for “Under 2.5” goals, 2.38. Past matches between these teams often had fewer than 3.5 goals. Germany’s opening match in EURO Grp. A saw them score 5 goals. Hungary conceded 3 in their first match. The “Over 2.5” odds at 1.57 suggest an expectation of goals from Germany. Yet, the “Under 3.5” at 1.53 might appeal to those expecting a closer game.

Germany vs Hungary – BTTS Betting

The odds for both teams to score (BTTS) are 2.10 for ‘Yes’ and 1.667 for ‘No’. In their last seven matches, both teams scored in three. Germany’s recent home games saw BTTS in two out of five matches. For Hungary, it occurred in one of their last five away games. Given Germany’s strong home form and Hungary’s away challenges, ‘BTTS: No’ at 1.667 is a likely outcome.

Germany vs Hungary – Prediction