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Germany vs Hungary Betting Tips: Euro 2020 – 23.06.2021

Last updated: June 23, 2021 by Leon Marshal

Euro 2020 logo As the final round of the group stages draws to a conclusion, Germany and Hungary are set to battle it out to confirm their place on the Group F leaderboard. To help you wager on this closing showdown, we’ve provided match details, lineup predictions, team news, betting tips and more.

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Germany and Hungary’s final showdown will take place on Wednesday, June 23 and will air at 8 PM on the BBC. Taking place at the Allianz Arena in Munich, the match is another home game for Germany. As both teams are still in the running to progress to the next round, this will be a tense game.

Game details

Germany
Hungary

Kick-off:
Wednesday, 20:00

Venue:
Allianz Arena

Coverage:
BBC1

Germany Form:
LDWLW

Hungary Form:
WWDLD

Last Meeting:
GER 2 – 0 HUN

Competition:
UEFA Euro 2020

After losing to France 1-0 in their opening Euros game, Germany bounced back with a 4-2 victory over Portugal in the second round. The team proved that it was not done fighting and displayed talent on both sides of the field, coming back from an early behind to safely overcome Portugal.

Hungary were always expected to be at the bottom of the “group of death” group, yet they have performed better than expected. Following a 3-0 defeat to Portugal, Hungary tied with top team France 1-1 in the second round. The game was cheered on by a 60,000 strong home crowd which will be absent from this game.

As the higher-ranked team, Germany are currently the favourite to win this match. Although Hungary managed to finish neck-and-neck with France, the team has not secured a win in its previous three games. A draw won’t be enough to keep them in the tournament, so it’s unlikely that Hungary will progress.

Team News

Germany has conceded at least one goal in all its last five matches.

Germany have scored at least once in four of its last five games.

Hungary has not beaten Germany since 2004.

Hungary has won three of its previous six games.

Expected Line-Ups:

Germany

Germany (3-4-2-1):
Neuer, Ginter, Hummels, Rudiger, Kimmich, Gundogan, Kroos, Gosens, Havertz, Sane, Gnabry

Subs:

Leno, Trapp, Gunter, Halstenberg, Klostermann, Koch, Sule, Can, Goretzka, Thomas, Musiala, Neuhaus, Muller, Volland, Werner

Injured:
Hofmann

Doubtful:
Muller

Not available:

Hungary

Hungary (3-5-2):
Gulacsi, Botka, Orban, Szalai, Nego, Kleinheisler, Nagy, Schafer, Fiola, Szalai, Sallai

Subs:
Bogdan, Dibusz, Lang, Lovrencsics, Cseri, Siger, (Kevin) Varga, Hahn, Holender, Nikolic, Kecskes, Bolla, (Roland) Varga, Schon

Injured:
Gazdag

Doubtful:

Not available:

Conclusion & Betting Tips

We predict that Germany will win this game and would recommend a line bet on this result. Germany have won six of their last ten games, and their recent performance against Portugal displayed a dangerous side that shouldn’t be underestimated. Hungary, on the other hand, has struggled in this competition.

That said, we are predicting that both teams will put up a strong fight to stay in the competition, and believe a 2-1 final score to Germany is reasonable. For this reason, we suggest a both teams to score bet. Both teams have scored in three of Hungary’s last five games and in four of Germany’s last five.

We would also recommend an under 3.5 goals bet. Although Germany’s defeat over Portugal would suggest a heavy defeat over Hungary, it’s worth remembering that Hungary’s defence against Portugal was strong up until the final 10 minutes of the match. This was also displayed in the recent match-up against France.

If you want to bet on an anytime goalscorer, we expect Robin Gosens to score for Germany. With the game drawing closer, it’s important to take advantage of competitive odds and generous welcome bonuses to limit your risks. You can find our top recommended Euros bookie below.

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