England – Hungary Free Betting Tips
England and Hungary meet at the Molineux Stadium in a UEFA Nations League (League A) encounter. The history of recent direct confrontations between these two teams indicates total balance, as there has been 1 draw and 1 win for each team in the last 3 matches. In this match the home factor could play an important role, as Hungary shows significant differences in results won at home and as a visitor.
After 2 draws and 1 defeat, the home team is currently on the 4th position with 2 points won. In their last match, they drew (0-0) at home against Italy, after in their previous match they drew (1-1) away against Germany. This is a team that maintains its performance when playing away from home, as in the last 30 games it has recorded 9 wins, 4 draws and 2 losses as a visitor; against 11 wins and 4 draws at home. England has won 7 and drawn 3 of its last 10 home games played in all competitions. Its attack has scored regularly, as it has scored goals in 8 of its last 10 games. In 15 games, it has conceded the first goal 5 times but has managed to turn the score around in 2. In the last 19 home games in all competitions there is 1 outstanding period: it has conceded 4 of its 6 goals between the minutes (16′-30′).
England come into this game after a 0-0 draw at home to Italy. Thus, the English team seems to be going through a less good moment, as they have not won for three consecutive games. The home team usually plays in a usual 4-3-3, giving priority to fast transitions. For this, they can count on three pieces in the offensive sector: Raheem Sterling, Tammy Abraham, and Jack Grealish. It should be noted that one of England’s best players is the Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.
After 1 win, 1 draw and 1 defeat, the visiting team is currently in 2nd position with 4 points gained. In their last match, they drew by (1-1) at home against Germany, after in the previous match, they lost by (2-1) away with Italy. This is a team that curiously has been stronger away than at home, as in the last 30 games it records 7 wins, 3 draws and 5 losses as a visitor; against 6 wins, 5 draws and 4 losses at its home stadium. In the last 10 away games Hungary has won 5, drawn 3 and lost 2. The team has allowed goals to the opponent in 7 of the last 10 games, so its defense needs to improve, but its attack has scored regularly, since it has managed to score in 8 of the last 10 games. In its away games there is a tendency to have few goals, as 5 of the last 12 it has played have ended with Less than 1.5 goals. In 15 games, it has conceded the first goal 6 times and never managed to turn the score around. In the last 12 away games for all competitions there is 1 period that stands out: it has conceded 4 of its 9 goals between the minutes (76′-90′).
Hungary come into this clash after a 1-1 draw at home to Germany. The Hungarians usually operate in a 5-2-3, favoring a slower style of play, channeling the game through the central corridor. In this design, the three players usually chosen to play in the front line are Roland Sallai, Dominik Szoboszlai and Adam Szalai, the last one being the player responsible for endangering the opposing defense. Marco Rossi will not be able to count on central midfielder András Schafer because he is currently serving a suspension for yellow cards.
BTS/YES Odds: 2.00
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