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England vs Hungary: Three Lions look in a mean mood

Kick-off: 1945, 12/10/2021

Stadium: Wembley


England again showed their ruthless streak in Andorra and are backed to also put Hungary to the sword at Wembley on Tuesday night.

The Three Lions hammered the Magyars 4-0 in Budapest last month in World Cup Group I and enter the rematch in much better spirits than their opponents.

Punters can get 7/5 for Gareth Southgate’s side to win by more than two clear goals and that is our first England vs Hungary prediction.

A Look At England’s Betting Odds

We feared England might be hampered by Andorra’s plastic pitch on Saturday but they cruised to a 5-0 triumph, despite resting several regular starters, including Harry Kane.

Ben Chilwell, Bukayo Saka, Tammy Abraham, James Ward-Prowse and Jack Grealish hit the target, while Phil Foden put in an eye-catching display.

“When you are trying to break down a defence and you’ve got a player who can see the passes he sees and can execute them in the way that he did, it’s very exciting,” Southgate said of Foden.

“The quality we know. For us, it’s really interesting, the possibilities with him in terms of his positioning moving forward.

“Towards the end of the game, there were some lovely bits of combination – Foden, (Mason) Mount, Grealish, Saka. The type of play that our players are capable of producing is really exciting.”

The key to England’s superb run of qualifying results is that they seem to enjoy playing together and never simply go through the motions in matches.

Poland have pushed the Three Lions hard in a 2-1 loss and a 1-1 draw, but five other games have produced a clean-sweep of wins by an aggregate score of 20-0.

Looking at the 11/2 for a 3-0 success on this occasion.

A Look At Hungary’s Betting Odds

Hungary started out well in this pool, drawing with Poland and then beating San Marino and Andorra away.

The Magyars also created a favourable impression at Euro 2020, drawing with France and Germany after only collapsing late on versus Portugal.

However, they faltered during last month’s international break, losing to England and Albania before only scraping past Andorra 2-1 on home turf.

Going down 1-0 to Albania in Budapest on Saturday was another hammer blow and defeat here would almost certainly end any slim hopes of advancing.

Raheem Sterling has been on a lean run for Manchester City of late but did break the deadlock when England visited Hungary.

He should be raring to go after being rested over the weekend and 16/5 for him to score first here is added to our England vs Hungary betting tips.

Additional stats

Last result:

Andorra 0-5 ENGLAND – Chilwell, Saka, Abraham, Ward-Prowse, Grealish

HUNGARY 0-1 Albania

Head-to-head: Hungary 0-4 England, England 2-1 Hungary, England 3-1 Hungary, Hungary 1-1 England, England 3-0 Hungary

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