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Hungary VS Wales

Hungary and Wales meet at Groupama Arena, in a match for this stage of the EC Qualification (Qualifying Round). There is no recent record of official head‑to‑heads between these two teams. The last head‑to‑head was played on 09‑02‑2005 and ended with the final score: Wales (2‑0) Hungary. In this match the home advantage may play an important role, as both teams present significant differences between home and away performances.

Analysis of Hungary

After 2 wins and 1 loss, the home team is currently in the 1st position, with 6 points won. In the last match, they have won (1‑3) in an away match against Azerbaijan, after in the previous round they have won (2‑1) at home against Croatia. This is a team that is often stronger at home, with the help of its supporters, so they usually make good use of the home advantage, since in the last 30 matches they register 3 wins, 4 draws and 8 losses in away matches; against 8 wins and 7 losses at their stadium. Hungary has won 6 and lost 4 of the last 10 home matches. They haven't been very strong defensively, since they have suffered goals in 8 of the last 10 matches, but their offense has scored frequently, since they have scored goals in 7 of the last 10 matches. They have conceded the first goal in 9 of their 15 matches, and have only turned the score around in 1.

The Hungarian side arrive in this game with a 3-1 victory over Azerbaijan, adding to their second triumph in this competition: Willi Orbán (2) and Holman signed the goals. In this game before his scorching public, the coach Marco Rossi must play in the usual tactical system, that is, in 4-2-3-1, privileging the maintenance of possession of the ball and the attacks supported by the flanks: Tadic is the great organizer training. It should be remembered that Hungary has quality in keeping ball possession, standing balls and offensive transition. There are no weight absences for this game.

Confirmed Lineup: P. Gulácsi, W. Orban, M. Korhut, B. Baráth, G. Lovrencsics, Á. Nagy, D. Szoboszlai, M. Pátkai, B. Dzsudzsák, F. Holender, Á. Szalai.

Analysis of Wales

The away team is currently in the 4th position, with 3 points won, after 1 win and 1 loss. In the penultimate round, they have won a home match agaisnt Slovakia by (1‑0). In the last round, they have lost an away match against Croatia by (2‑1). This is a team that usually makes good use of the home advantage, stronger with the help of its supporters, since in the last 30 matches they register 4 wins, 4 draws and 7 losses in away matches, with 12 goals scored and 17 conceded; against 8 wins, 4 draws and 3 losses at their stadium, with 23 goals scored and 14 conceded. In the last 8 away matches Wales has won 3, tied 1 and lost 4. Their offense has scored consistently, as they have scored goals in 7 of the last 10 matches. In their away matches there is a tendency for few goals, since 4 of the last 8 matches have ended with Under 1,5 goals and 7 out of 8 have ended with Under 2,5 goals. In 15 matches, they have conceded the first goal 7 times and have never been able to turn the score around.

The Wales team departs for this match with a 2-1 defeat on their way to Croatia to complete their first defeat at this stage of qualifying for the 2020 European Championship: the only goal of the team was signed by David Brooks. Usually coach Ryan Giggs plays in 4-3-3 privileging the low block and the counterattacks: Gareth Bale is very fast and excellent at transporting the ball to the attack. Still, we highlight the enormous weaknesses in maintaining possession of the ball and defensive organization. Apparently the coach should wear an eleven very similar to the last clash.

Confirmed Lineup: W. Hennessey, A. Williams, B. Davies, C. Gunter, J. Lawrence, E. Ampadu, T. Lawrence, D. Brooks, D. James, J. Allen, G. Bale.

Betting suggestion:

Hungary have played very positive matches in this qualifying phase for Euro 2020, not only for the victories they have won, but for the team's dynamic offense. Still we admit that this game will have some moments of the game very open, where the two selections will have several chances to score. Having said that and taking into account all these factors, risking pro goals in this game is the best option.
NOTE: Statistical values limited to the matches in our database.

Match Odds 45 Place your bet
Wales 41%
The Draw 16%
Hungary 43%
Over/Under 2.5 goals 17 Place your bet
Over 2.5 Goals 94%
Under 2.5 Goals 6%
Half Time 8 Place your bet
Hungary 31%
The Draw 19%
Wales 50%
First Half Goals 5 Place your bet
Under 0.5 Goals 0%
Over 0.5 Goals 100%
Over/Under 1.5 Goals 19 Place your bet
Under 1.5 Goals 5%
Over 1.5 Goals 95%
Over/Under 3.5 Goals 4 Place your bet
Under 3.5 Goals 25%
Over 3.5 Goals 75%
Over/Under 4.5 Goals 2 Place your bet
Under 4.5 Goals 100%
Over 4.5 Goals 0%
Over/Under 0.5 Goals 7 Place your bet
Under 0.5 Goals 0%
Over 0.5 Goals 100%
Over/Under 5.5 Goals 1 Place your bet
Under 5.5 Goals 100%
Over 5.5 Goals 0%
Both teams to Score? 21 Place your bet
No 5%
Yes 95%
Half With Most Goals 1 Place your bet
1st Half 100%
2nd Half 0%
Tie 0%
Second Half 0%
Corners Odds 1 Place your bet
10 - 12 50%
9 or less 0%
13 or more 50%
Note: On the graphics, the lay Tips were converted to Back on the other choices of that market.

Note: Listing of Tips made only in contests available at the Betting Academy India.

EC Qualification - 2020

  • 60% 150 / 250 Games

  • Home team wins 49.33%
  • Draws 14%
  • Away team wins 36.67%
  • Over 1.5 87.33%
  • Over 2.5 62.67%
  • Over 3.5 38%
  • Goals 485
  • Goals /match 3.23
  • Goals /match home 1.77
  • Goals /match away 1.46
  • Both teams score 43.33%
  • Goals after 80' 16.91%
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