Hungary vs Slovakia, UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying – Preview, Prediction, h2h, Team Squads, and Live Stream
Hungary and Slovakia will secure horns on Monday in a game of UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying campaign. The Hungarians are on top of Group E, with 9 points from 4 matches, while Slovakia are 4th, having gathered three points less than their next adversaries.
Hungary have been moving easily through the blocks in their last three games, and are as of now sporting a great three-match series of wins added to their belt. The squad even pulled off a shock comeback against the runners up of the 2018 World Cup by a narrow 2-1 scoreline, that too at this equivalent venue.
Be that as it may, the Slovakians will be hopeful to bounce back from a mortifying 0-4 defeat to Croatia on Friday.
Unexpectedly, Slovakia are yet to lose a head-to-head game against Hungary and sacked a 2-0 win in the turn around of the comparing fixture on match-day 1.
The home team’s only defeat so far ironically, was against this equivalent rival. The hosts were at the receiving end of two unanswered goals in their past experience back in Trnava.
Nevertheless, it is surely worth referencing that Hungary have ascended from the ashes of that defeat and are on a strong run of form right now. With home advantage additionally in their arsenal, people can rely on completely an energizing exciting to unfurl this week.
Hungary vs Slovakia Match Details and Live Stream
Date: Monday, September 9
Time: 7.45pm UK
Venue: Groupama Arena in Budapest
TV Channel/Live Stream:
Hungary: M4 Sports
United Kingdom: SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Red Button
United States: TUDN En Vivo, ESPN3
Hungary vs Slovakia Head to head (h2h)
- The teams have previously met each other four times, the last of which was the 2-0 win for Slovakia.
- Hungary have never beaten Slovakia and are yet to break the last too.
- The majority of their last four conflicts have highlighted under 2.5 goals on the charts.
- Just one of their past meetings have completed in a stalemate.
Hungary vs Slovakia Prediction
In spite of the fact that the away side pulled off a convincing win when these two sides last locked horns, it needs saying that the guests have tasted achievement only once from their last two excursions in the qualifiers, and no more than twice in their past seven crosswise over different competitions.
Then again, the home team have not staggered in any of their fixtures at home and have taken points off of the two Wales and Croatia, both of whom were the genuine top picks to come out on top in those respective clashes.
In addition, the Hungarians have been demonstrating genuine guarantee in their matches up until this point and have not tasted defeat in their last three games in a running.
In spite of Slovakia securing the boasting rights in the past head-to-head conflicts, the run of form that the hosts are on right now, unquestionably gives reason to believe that the home team will most likely drive Slovakia to share the spoils with them, if not get the success.
The visitors have not kept a perfect sheet in their last two excursions. Considering that the hosts have been steady in finding the back of the net in every one of their past home games also, anticipate goals down each end at the last impact of the whistle.
Hungary vs Slovakia Team Squads
Goalkeepers: Peter Gulacsi, Denes Dibusz, Adam Kovacsik
Defenders: Tamas Kadar, Gergo Lovrencsics, Adam Lang, Barnabas Bese, Mihaly Korhut, Willi Orban, Botond Barath, Janos Ferenczi
Midfielders: Balazs Dzsudzsak, Adam Nagy, Laszlo Kleinheisler, Mate Patkai, Istvan Kovacs, Dominik Nagy, Dominik Szoboszlai, David Holman, Daniel Gazdag, David Siger
Forwards: Adam Szalai, Krisztian Nemeth, Roland Varga, Roland Sallai, Filip Holender
Goalkeepers: Matus Kozacik, Martin Dubravka, Dominik Greif, Marek Rodak
Defenders: Peter Pekarik, Milan Skriniar, David Hancko, Roberto Mazan, Lubomir Satka, Denis Vavro, Martin Valjent
Midfielders: Marek Jamsik, Juraj Kucka, Robert Mak, Ondrej Duda, Jan Gregus, Patrik Hrosovsky, Albert Rusnak, Stanislav Lobotka, Matus Bero, Lukas Haraslin, Laszlo Benes
Forwards: Michal Duris, Pavol Safranko, Robert Bozenik