Hungary and Greece are both enjoying an upward trajectory just now, so who will win this friendly in Budapest?
This year, Hungary beat Germany away and England twice in the Nations League, narrowly missing out on a place in the finals.
So, Marco Rossi’s team will be ultra-confident of Euro 2024 qualification, with their campaign commencing against Bulgaria in March.
On Thursday, they were held to a 2-2 draw at Stade de Luxembourg; Attila Szalai and András Németh on target.
Back on home soil, the Magyars will be targeting a victory.
Greece meantime won all four Nations League fixtures in June, so were promoted up to League B with two games to spare.
The Euro 2004 winners haven’t qualified for a major tournament since Brazil 2014 and, if they’re to end that ten-year exile, they’ll probably have to do it via the play-offs.
That’s because Gus Poyet’s team find themselves in a qualification section along-with France, Netherlands, Republic of Ireland and Gibraltar.
Like their hosts, Greece also drew 2-2 in a road friendly this week, their draw coming in Malta.
Anastasios Bakasetas and Taxiarchis Fountas on target at Grawnd Nazzjonali.
This one could go either-way at Puskás Aréna.