Germany and Hungary will play their last match for the group stage at Allianz Arena this Wednesday. After a 4-2 win against reigning champions Portugal, Germany now is one step away from playoffs. A draw is enough for them to go through, although they will aim for the first place to avoid England (Probable) in 1/16 ( 2nd of Group F vs. 1st of Group D ). Germany didn't have a good start in this competition, as they got a cold shower from France in the first match. A shower that woke them up for the 2nd game against Portugal. Hoping for a victory of Portugal against France, Germany will look to be on the top of Group F. On the other side, Hungary got a priceless point against France in a 1-1 draw last Saturday. After scoring in the first half with Attila Fiola, the joy of the Hungarians was spoiled by Griezmann at 66th minute as he scored for France the equalizing goal. The chance for Hungary to qualify for the next round is to win against Germany. It may be hard, but not impossible. Marco Rossi, Hungary coach, will focus on a careful game in defense and tough in the attack. This Wednesday we invite everyone to enjoy this match.
Previous head to heads
Both teams' head-to-head dates from 1912 till 2016. Seven games between Germany and Hungary, where none of them have finished in a draw. Four wins for Germany and three wins for Hungary. For the first time, both teams have faced each other in the Olympic Games of 1912 semifinals, where Hungary triumphed 1-3. The biggest defeat result for Germany was in 1954, where Hungary won 8-3, and later in 2001, Germany won 2-5. Two friendly matches dates on 2010 (Germany won 0-3) and 2016 (Germany won 2-0).
For Hungary, the only player that is not ready to play this Wednesday will be Daniel Gazdag due to his knee injury. For Germany, Lukas Klostermann, due to an injury, and Tomas Muller - will be players that will miss against Hungary due to problems with his knee. Even Jonas Hofmann and Mats Hummels are questionable for this match as they suffer from knee injuries as well. Another player who risks missing this match is Ilkay Gundogan. A calf injury against Portugal may leave him on the bench this match.
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Germans are the favorites to win this match, even though Hungary has made a lovely appearance in this competition. Playing at the Allianz arena may be a big disadvantage for Hungary, as they will miss their fans in the stadium. But they have nothing to lose. Since they are in 4th place and have only one match left, they will play all cards to win in Munich. Germany has less pressure after winning with Portugal, but this doesn't mean underestimating the match.
Bookmakers' odds for a possible win of Germany are 1.16, for a draw odds are 7.50, and to win Hungary 15.00.
Prediction: 3 goals or less (1.72)
This game will be Livestream on CT2, beIN Sport (Fra), beIN Sport Max (Fra), BNT 3 (Bul), DR 2, DR TV, M4 Sport, Magenta Sport (Ger), Makedonia TV, Match! Futbol, Match! Premier, Match TV, NPO 1, PRO X, Sport TV (Por), SRF, SVT, TVP 2, TVP Sport, Viaplay (Den), YLE Areena, ZDF
Date: June 23, 2021
Time: 9:00 PM (CET)
Referee: Karasev S. (Rus)
Venue: Allianz Arena (Munich)