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Germany vs Hungary betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds

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Germany vs Hungary betting odds

This article covers Germany vs Hungary betting tips and Euro 2020 predictions, and these are the betting odds.

o – Germany win 1/6

o – Draw 13/2

o – Hungary win 14/1

Note: All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.

Germany vs Hungary betting tips: Win probabilities

At the time of writing, Germany are enormous 81% favourites to win.

Hungary only have a 6% winning probability, while the draw is valued at 13%.

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Betting prediction: Germany 3 – 1 Hungary


Germany welcome Hungary to the Allianz Arena in Munich on Wednesday for this final Group F match in Euro 2020.

The Germans have the slight upper hand in the head-to-head with 13 wins to Hungary’s 11 from the 34 encounters between these two nations. However, Hungary lead 2-1 in victories in competitive matches.

Nationalelf won the last competitive match between them in the 1954 FIFA World Cup final.

Germany beat Portugal by a 2-goal margin in their last match. They also beat Hungary by a 2-goal margin when these nations last met in 2016.

Die Mannschaft have won the last 2 international matches against Hungary. The Germans are the heavy favourites to make it 3 wins in a row at odds of 1/6 on.

Four of the last nine international matches between them have ended in a stalemate. Odds of 13/2 are available if you see Germany and Hungary cancelling each other out on Wednesday.

Hungary have won 2 of the last 3 matches on German soil in this head-to-head. Despite this, they are the 14/1 underdogs for any Hungary win here in Munich.

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2-0 Germany win. Germany’s last match against Hungary back in 2016 ended in a 2-0 home victory for the Germans. A repeat of this score on Wednesday is available at odds of 13/2.

0-0 draw. A goalless draw has been the most common scoreline in the last 9 matches in this head-to-head. Another bore draw here would make it 4 in the last 10 and is available on Wednesday at odds of 20/1.

1-0 Hungary win. Hungary won 0-1 in Hamburg in an international friendly back in 1985. They were close to beating France by the same scoreline in their last Euro 2020 but for a second-half equaliser. The game plan will be the same here; keep it tight and try to nick a goal. You can back them at 33/1 to get the 1-0 win here on Wednesday.

Over 2.5 goals. Germany vs Hungary has historically been a high scoring game averaging 4 goals per game. However, the recent trend is the opposite with 7 of the last 9 matches between them producing under 2.5 goal games.


Kai Havertz to score anytime. Havertz (above) scored the 3rd and ultimately winning goal in the 4-2 victory over Portugal on Saturday evening. It was the German international’s 4th goal in his 16 caps. The Chelsea forward is 21/20 to bag a goal at any time during the game against Hungary. Or 9/2 to do so as the game’s first scorer.


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Germany vs Hungary betting data – Form and H2H statistics

Germany vs Hungary form
Iceland vs Germany - 0:4
Germany vs Armenia - 6:0
Liechtenstein vs Germany - 0:2
England vs Germany - 2:0
Germany vs Hungary - 2:2
Latest match form, last 5 games:
Hungary vs Andorra - 2:1
Albania vs Hungary - 1:0
Hungary vs England - 0:4
Germany vs Hungary - 2:2
Hungary vs France - 1:1
Last 5 games for Germany
September 8, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 Iceland 0 - 4 Germany
September 5, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 Germany 6 - 0 Armenia
September 2, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 Liechtenstein 0 - 2 Germany
June 29, 2021 Euro Cup 2020 England 2 - 0 Germany
June 23, 2021 Euro Cup 2020 Germany 2 - 2 Hungary
Last 5 games for Hungary
September 8, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 Hungary 2 - 1 Andorra
September 5, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 Albania 1 - 0 Hungary
September 2, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 Hungary 0 - 4 England
June 23, 2021 Euro Cup 2020 Germany 2 - 2 Hungary
June 19, 2021 Euro Cup 2020 Hungary 1 - 1 France
Germany vs Hungary Euro Cup 2020 form
Germany Hungary
4 Matches played 3
1 Matches won 0
47 Goal attempts 18
17 Shots on goal 10
20 Shots off goal 6
17 Corner kicks 2
59% Average ball possession 34%
10 Shots blocked 2
7 Cards given 6
42 Free kicks 41
7 Offsides 2
1 Shots on post 1
2 Shots on bar 0
2 Goals by foot 1
2 Goals by head 2
6 Goals scored 3
7 Goals conceded 6
Germany vs Hungary statistics for most recent head to head matches
Germany Hungary
3 Matches 3
2 Home Matches 1
1 Away Matches 2
7 Total Goals 2
2.33 Average Goals Scored 0.67
2 Wins 0
0 Losses 2
1 Draws 1
Last 5 games & match results between Germany and Hungary
June 23, 2021 Euro Cup 2020 Germany 2 - 2 Hungary
June 4, 2016 Int. Friendly Games 2016 Germany 2 - 0 Hungary
May 29, 2010 International Friendly Games 2010 Hungary 0 - 3 Germany

Euro 2020 Group F: Path to qualification

France go into the final round of matches having already qualified for the Round of 16. A win against Portugal guarantees top spot. They could also finish top with a draw here should Germany fail to beat Hungary. A defeat to Portugal would see France finish second, should Germany-Hungary end in a draw. Or third, should Germany beat Hungary.

Portugal only need a point for automatic qualification. They could also win the group should Germany fail to beat Hungary and Portugal beat France. Portugal could still qualify if beaten by France as long as Hungary fail to win and they are not beaten by three or more goals.

Germany are guaranteed to qualify with a draw against Hungary. A victory coupled with France failing to beat Portugal would see the Germans top the group. Germany could also qualify if beaten here as long as France beat Portugal and Germany do not lose 2-0 or by a 3+ goal margin.

Hungary must beat Germany to qualify. Any other result will see them finish bottom of the group and out of the tournament.

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Germany vs Hungary betting tips: Match preview

Both teams start the day with a chance of qualifying for the Round of 16 of Euro 2020.

For Germany it would be their 4th consecutive time advancing from the group stages, and their 10th appearances in the knockout stages overall. In every previous tournament where Germany have avoided elimination in the group stages, they have advanced to at least the semi-final stage of the competition.

Hungary are looking to reach the knockout stages in successive tournaments after elimination in the Round of 16 in Euro 2016 at the hands of Belgium. Prior to this, their only previous involvement in the competition was as losing semi-finalists in both 1964 and 1972.

“We need to take it step by step. The tournament has only just begun for us and it is our task to only think about the next match. Hungary have reached a very good level.”
– Joachim Löw, Germany Head Coach

After being described as toothless after their performance in the 1-0 defeat against France in their opening group game, Germany showed their teeth after going behind to Portugal on Saturday. It was a fantastic team performance but the dominance on the flanks of Joshua Kimmich and man of the match Robin Gosens particularly caught the eye.

Germany succeeded at creating overloads on one flank, particularly the right, pulling the Portuguese block across the pitch, before switching to the opposite side’s fullback in space or isolated against just 1 opponent. Hungary’s 3-5-2 formation is narrow and could be vulnerable to similar tactics from Germany here.

“Since we’re here at the funfair, we also want to play. We want to perform well, but we must also keep our feet on the ground. We’re hoping to bring out A-game with us to Munich.”
– Marco Rossi, Hungary Head Coach

Hungary’s problem is that they need to win against a German side for whom a point would be enough to qualify. The Hungarians were able to keep Portugal from scoring for 85 minutes in the opening game, and France for 65 minutes in the second game.

However, in both instances, they were happy to sit in a low-block and invite their opponents onto them while hoping to nick a goal on the counter. With Germany only needing a point, it is possible the Germans are unwilling to commit numbers to attack and, in doing so, force Hungary to take the initiative in what is for them a must-win match.

You fear for Hungary on the counter in such a situation with the abundance of pace that Gnabry, Sane and Werner all have at their disposal.

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Germany team news vs Hungary

Only 21 German players were involved in the full training session on Monday.

Lukas Klostermann is still struggling with the thigh injury that kept him out of the 4-2 victory over Portugal.

Ilkay Gündoğan and Toni Kroos (above) are carrying knocks from the Portugal game. Kroos was involved in an individual session and is the most likely of the two to be ready for this game. Leon Goretzka, Florian Neuhaus and Jonas Hofmann would be the most likely candidates to come into the side.

Mat Hummels missed the session with a knee injury and is a doubt for the visit of Hungary. Emre Can, who replaced Hummels around the hour-mark against Portugal, is the most likely to deputise for him if required.

The German FA also confirmed that Thomas Müller suffered an injury to his right knee before the final whistle against Portugal. The assessment on his availability will be made on a daily basis. Leroy Sané and Timo Werner will both be chomping at the bit to start their first match of this tournament if needed.

Joshua Kimmich, Kai Havertz and Matthias Ginter all come into this match knowing a yellow card here would keep them out of Germany’s Round of 16 clash, should Die Mannschaft progress.

German Squad in Full

Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer ©(Bayern Munich), Bernd Leno (Arsenal), Kevin Trapp (Eintracht Frankfurt)
Defenders: Antonio Rüdiger (Chelsea), Marcel Halstenberg (RB Leipzig), Matthias Ginter (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Mats Hummels (Borussia Dortmund), Niklas Süle (Bayern Munich), Lukas Klostermann (RB Leipzig), Robin Gosens (Atalanta), Emre Can (Borussia Dortmund), Robin Koch (Leeds United), Christian Günter (SC Freiburg)
Midfielders: Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich), Toni Kroos (Real Madrid), Serge Gnabry (Bayern Munich), Jonas Hofmann (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Jamal Musiala (Bayern Munich), Florian Neuhaus (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Leon Goretzka (Bayern Munich), Leroy Sané (Bayern Munich), İlkay Gündoğan (Manchester City)
Forwards: Kevin Volland (Monaco), Kai Havertz (Chelsea), Timo Werner (Chelsea), Thomas Müller (Bayern Munich)

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY - SEPTEMBER 6: Dominik Szoboszlai of Hungary reacts during the UEFA Nations League group stage match between Hungary and Russia at Puskas Arena on September 6, 2020 in Budapest, Hungary. (Photo by Laszlo Szirtesi/Getty Images)

Hungary team news vs Germany

Hungary captain Ádám Szalai was forced off with a head injury in the 26th minute of the match against France. However, he has been given the medical all-clear and is available for selection against Germany.

The Magyars also have a number of players walking the tightrope against Germany. Endre Botka, Loic Nego and Willi Orban are the 3 players in the Hungarian back-5 that would miss any Round of 16 match for Hungary with a booking here, should they progress further in the competition.

Hungarian Squad in Full

Goalkeepers: Péter Gulácsi (RB Leipzig), Dénes Dibusz (Ferencváros), Ádám Bogdán (Ferencváros)
Defenders: Ádám Lang (Omonia), Ákos Kecskés (Lugano), Attila Szalai (Fenerbahçe), Attila Fiola (Fehérvár), Willi Orbán (RB Leipzig), Gergő Lovrencsics (Ferencváros), Endre Botka (Ferencváros), Bendegúz Bolla (Fehérvár)
Midfielders: Loïc Négo (Fehérvár), Ádám Nagy (Bristol City), Tamás Cseri (Mezőkövesd), András Schäfer (Dunajská Streda), László Kleinheisler (Osijek), Dániel Gazdag (Philadelphia Union), Dávid Sigér (Ferencváros)
Forwards: Ádám Szalai ©(Mainz 05), Filip Holender (Partizan), Roland Varga (MTK Budapest), Kevin Varga (Kasımpaşa), Nemanja Nikolić (Fehérvár), Roland Sallai (SC Freiburg), Szabolcs Schön (FC Dallas), János Hahn (Paks)

Prediction: Germany line-up vs Hungary

Germany's predicted XI to face Hungary.

Germany’s predicted XI to face Hungary.

Prediction: Hungary line-up vs Germany

Hungary's predicted XI to face Germany.

Hungary’s predicted XI to face Germany.

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