England vs Hungary Prediction, Odds and Betting Tips 14/06/2022

* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

England vs Hungary: Our top betting tips

It’s been a rather timid start to the Nations League for England, will they change that here as they host Hungary? Find out with our England vs Hungary match preview with free tips, predictions and odds mentioned along the way.

England to win but no clean sheet!

We begin our England vs Hungary prediction with a home win and both teams to score. Hungary have been in good scoring form of late having scored in each of their last four and in all of their Nations League games to date. That’s why we fancy them to score. The reason we fancy England to win is two-fold. Firstly, they’re clearly a better player for player team than Hungary. Secondly, despite their recent wobble, the Three Lions have still only lost one of their past 25 games with 17 wins.

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Harry Kane to score

Harry Kane is highly likely to come back into the starting XI for this game. Should he start then it’s highly likely he’ll carry England’s biggest goal threat; he ended the domestic season with five goals in the last five games for Tottenham and has bagged England’s only goal of this competition so far. If a chance falls his way, Kane is very likely to score.

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Here are the key stats & form guide for England vs Hungary

Head to Head

04/06/22

UEFA Nations League NAL

Hungary

Hungary

England

England

1

0

12/10/21

Europe - World Cup Qualifying Europe

England

England

Hungary

Hungary

1

1

02/09/21

Europe - World Cup Qualifying Europe

Hungary

Hungary

England

England

0

4

Last Five - England

20/06/24

Euro 2024 Euro

Denmark

Denmark

England

England

1

1

D

16/06/24

Euro 2024 Euro

Serbia

Serbia

England

England

0

1

W

07/06/24

International Match International

Iceland

Iceland

England

England

1

0

L

03/06/24

International Match International

Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia-Herzegovina

England

England

0

3

W

30/04/24

Others Others

Scotland

Scotland

England

England

0

0

D

Last Five - Hungary

19/06/24

Euro 2024 Euro

Germany

Germany

Hungary

Hungary

2

0

L

15/06/24

Euro 2024 Euro

Switzerland

Switzerland

Hungary

Hungary

3

1

L

08/06/24

International Match International

Israel

Israel

Hungary

Hungary

0

3

W

04/06/24

International Match International

Rep of Ireland

Rep of Ireland

Hungary

Hungary

2

1

L

26/03/24

International Match International

Kosovo

Kosovo

Hungary

Hungary

0

2

W

Will England finally grab a Nations League win?

Before the Nations League started nobody – and we mean nobody – had England bottom and Hungary second in this group. That is how things sit right now though and only am England win will take the Three Lions off the bottom. Tammy Abraham got the nod against Italy but we expect Harry Kane to come back into the reckoning here. He’ll be desperate to fire England to victory but it will be easier said than done.

England have made a poor start to their Nations League group with no wins from three games. Their loss in the reverse fixture of this, however, is undoubtedly the low point of the three games played so far. Will Gareth Southgate give game time to some fringe players here or will he go full strength in his hunt for a first win – and revenge? Whatever selection Southgate makes, another defeat is almost unthinkable here.

England Predicted lineup – Pickford, Walker, Trippier, Maguire, Stones, Rice, Bellingham, Mount, Saka, Sterling, Kane

Hungary are enjoying themselves in group three right now. They were labelled as the underdogs before the Nations League got underway but they’ve equipped themselves well. A 60 year wait for a win against England came when they hosted them last week. Can they now grab a historic win in England? Maybe; they'd take a draw now though.

Hungary Predicted lineup – Gulasci, Lang, Orban, Szalai, Fiola, Nagy, Styles. Nagy, Sallai, Szoboszlai, Szalai

A quickfire FAQ on England vs Hungary

England vs Hungary Prediction

  • Where is the match being hosted? – Wolves' home stadium, Molineux
  • Who do the bookmakers have as favourites? – England are heavy favourites to win 
  • What time does the match kick off? 19:45 GMT

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