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HUNGARY vs ENGLAND: Match Prediction, Preview & Kickoff Time

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Hungary and England will compete for a first-place finish in Group I of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. Hungary is in second place in the group with seven points, while England is in first place with nine points. Hungary almost missed out on a place in the second round of Euro 2020 after nearly surprising France and Germany, and they’ll want to continue the fight here.

They have the most goals in the group, with ten, and are one of only two unbeaten teams (the other being England). They haven’t kept a clean sheet in three games and haven’t lost in their last four World Cup qualifying matches. Over 2.5 goals have been scored in each of their last five World Cup qualification matches, with both sides scoring in three of them.

England, on the other hand, return to action for the first time since losing the Euro 2020 final to Italy on post-match penalties. They have not lost an outright match in their last 13 games and have three clean sheets in their last five games, with both teams scoring in the last two.

Three of England’s previous four matches have seen them score two or more goals, and they’ve kept ten clean sheets in their last 13 games. They haven’t lost in the last 24 World Cup qualifiers, and they haven’t lost in the last 10 against Hungary. This will be the first time the two countries have competed since 1983.

SUMMARY:

Hungary has been scoring a lot, but they haven’t been able to match it with excellent defense. They’ll be vulnerable against England, who have won 24 of their last 13 meetings and have only lost on penalties once. In three of Hungary’s last five matches, both teams have scored, and the same can be said about England’s last two games. I predict England will win, but both teams will score, based on their recent form. The game will go down on Thursday at 7:45PM UK and Nigerian time

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