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Hungary vs France Betting Tips: Euro 2020 – 19.06.2021
Last updated: June 18, 2021 by Leon Marshal
Hungary and France head to the second round of Group F showdowns in the European Championship 2020 this Saturday, and it’s time to get your bets in. Throughout this guide to Euros betting, we have provided match details, lineups, team statistics, news and more to help you make informed wagers..
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The Hungary vs France match will kick off on Saturday, June 19 at 2 PM BST and will air on BBC!. The game will be another home game for Hungary and will be played at Puskás Aréna in Budapest. Unfortunately for local fans, France are a strong contender for tournament champions.
HUN 1 – 2 FRA
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As hard as they can try, Hungary was always going to have a hard time in their so-called “group of death”. Hungary had been unbeaten for 11 games, and the first-round game against Portugal appeared to be heading for a draw. Hungary then lost their way in a dramatic fashion, conceding three goals in the final ten minutes.
The game resulted in a 3-0 defeat, with many placing the blame on some late-game lineup changes. On the other side, France is coming off the back of a 1-0 victory over Germany, and we expect that Hungary’s upcoming battle against the world number two team will likely end in another disappointment.
We are expecting the teams to reuse their same starting lineups, and it’s a struggle to believe that Hungary will be able to put up much of a fight against France’s dominating attack line. France displayed an adeptness at control in their previous match, while Hungary has struggled to net goals in their previous three matches.
France has won all of its last five games.
France have won all of its last five games against Hungary.
Hungary has won all but one game against france on home turf.
Hungary hasn’t scored at all in their last two matches.
Gulacsi, Botka, Orban, Szalai, Lovrencsics, Kleinheisler, Nagy, Schafer, Fiola, Szalai, Sallai
Bogdan, Dibusz,, Lang, Nego, Cseri, Gazdag, Siger, (Kevin) Varga, Hahn, Holender, Nikolic, Kecskes, Bolla, (Roland) Varga, Schon
Lloris, Pavard, Varane, Kimpembe, Hernandez, Pogba, Kante, Rabiot, Griezmann, Benzema, Mbappe
Maignan, Mandanda, Digne, Dubois, Kounde, Lenglet, Zouma, Coman, Lemar,, Sissoko, Yedder, Dembele, Giroud, Thuram, Tolisso
Conclusion & Betting Tips
Despite Hungary’s home-game advantage, this didn’t help them very much last round. We recommend a moneyline bet on a France win, and would even go as far as to suggest a futures bet on France heading to the finals. France also has a strong record of defeating Hungary.
We would not recommend placing a both teams to score bet considering the fact that Hungary has struggled to net many goals in its last three games. Instead, we think a 3-0 win to France is reasonable, especially when considering that France has produced five clean sheets in a row.
We’re expecting plenty of goals to be scored in this round and would also recommend an over 2.5 goals bet. As the last game proved, Hungary struggles once its morale has taken a hit, and an early game goal from France may be enough to seal the team’s fate.
France will likely not struggle against Hungary as it did against Germany, so it’s reasonable to expect that goals will be scored in both halves. We have given a lot of recommendations for this game, so it’s important to choose a bookie with fair odds and plenty of markets. Fortunately, the following site offers this and more.
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