Will Hungary conclude a very encouraging 2022 with a victory?
In this year’s Nations League, Marco Rossi’s side beat England twice, including a 4-0 thumping at Molineux, as well as defeating Germany 1-0 in Leipzig.
This saw the Magyars finished second in their League A group, narrowly missing out on a spot in the finals.
Nevertheless, they go into Euro 2024 qualification full of optimism.
They’ll take on Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria and Lithuania in a very kind Group G.
Luxembourg meanwhile are looking to add to their recent memorable victories.
In recent competitive games, the Red Lions have beaten Republic of Ireland in Dublin, Azerbaijan twice, Lithuania twice and Faroe Islands in Tórshavn.
This has seen Luc Holtz’s team move up to 92nd in the FIFA world rankings, and they’re improving all the time.
Will the home side claim a notable scalp at Stade de Luxembourg?