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Hungary vs France betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds

Hungary vs France betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds
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Dembele, Ousmane
Lemar, Thomas
Kleinheisler, Laszlo
Lovrencsics, Gergo
Benzema, Karim
Giroud, Olivier
Pogba, Paul
Tolisso, Corentin
Schafer, Andras
Cseri, Tamas
Griezmann, Antoine
Rabiot, Adrien
Dembele, Ousmane
Botka, Endre
Fiola, Attila
Szalai, Adam
Nikolic, Nemanja
Pavard, Benjamin

Hungary vs France betting odds

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

o – Hungary 11.0

o – Draw 5.25

o – France 1.3

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

Hungary vs France betting tip: Hungary 0-2 France

France never had to get out of first gear against Germany in their opening fixture in Group F in a 1-0 win against Joachim Löw’s outfit, but as they grow into proceedings this summer, big things are expected from Les Blues and rightfully so. Hungary will try their best to make it difficult for the French as they did against Portugal and came within 6-minutes (plus stoppage) of earning a big point against the current holders. France should prove too much for Hungary in Budapest, however, though they may find it just as difficult to find goals early.

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Scorecast: Karim Benzema to Score 1st/France 2-0 Correct Score (14/1 odds)

No France player got on the scoresheet against Germany, but the understanding between forward pair Kylian Mbappé and Karim Benzema has already begun to show, and the pair nearly combined to give France a 2-0 lead through the Real Madrid center-forward if not for the goal to be pulled back for offside. Benzema’s return to the national team fold has been a breath of fresh air for one of Europe’s top forwards, and though Olivier Giroud’s record for his country has been excellent, Benzema brings a level of ability that elevates an already ridiculously stacked team. He will undoubtedly find goals this tournament, and while Mbappé continues to draw attention given his rising star, Benzema’s ever-present consistent threat through multiple veins could have him officially open France’s account this summer to kick things off at the weekend.

To Score Anytime: Antoine Griezmann

Though others have been getting attention in the run-up to Euro 2020, Antoine Griezmann remains both gifted and incredibly important to France this summer. The Atlético Madrid forward scored in three straight matches for Les Bleus before their win against Germany, finding the back of the net against Bosnia & Herzegovina, Wales, and Bulgaria. Playing just behind the Mbappé-Benzema forward duopoly could afford Griezmann the ability to find looks just outside the area, or make late-runs into the box to feed off of service from either forward.

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Hungary vs France betting data – Form and H2H statistics

Hungary vs France form
Germany vs Hungary - 2:2
Hungary vs France - 1:1
Hungary vs Portugal - 0:3
Hungary vs Ireland - 0:0
Hungary vs Cyprus - 1:0
Latest match form, last 5 games:
France vs Switzerland - 3:3
Portugal vs France - 2:2
Hungary vs France - 1:1
France vs Germany - 1:0
France vs Bulgaria - 3:0
Last 5 games for Hungary
June 23, 2021 Euro Cup 2020 Germany 2 - 2 Hungary
June 19, 2021 Euro Cup 2020 Hungary 1 - 1 France
June 15, 2021 Euro Cup 2020 Hungary 0 - 3 Portugal
June 8, 2021 Int. Friendly Games 2021 Hungary 0 - 0 Ireland
June 4, 2021 Int. Friendly Games 2021 Hungary 1 - 0 Cyprus
Last 5 games for France
June 28, 2021 Euro Cup 2020 France 3 - 3 Switzerland
June 23, 2021 Euro Cup 2020 Portugal 2 - 2 France
June 19, 2021 Euro Cup 2020 Hungary 1 - 1 France
June 15, 2021 Euro Cup 2020 France 1 - 0 Germany
June 8, 2021 Int. Friendly Games 2021 France 3 - 0 Bulgaria
Hungary vs France Euro Cup 2020 form
Hungary France
3 Matches played 4
0 Matches won 1
18 Goal attempts 55
10 Shots on goal 18
6 Shots off goal 28
2 Corner kicks 15
34% Average ball possession 53%
2 Shots blocked 9
6 Cards given 8
41 Free kicks 51
2 Offsides 8
1 Shots on post 1
1 Goals by foot 9
2 Goals by head 1
3 Goals scored 7
6 Goals conceded 6
0 Shots on bar 1
Hungary vs France statistics for most recent head to head matches
Hungary France
7 Matches 7
4 Home Matches 3
3 Away Matches 4
2 Total Goals 7
0.29 Average Goals Scored 1
3 Wins 2
2 Losses 3
2 Draws 2
Last 5 games & match results between Hungary and France
June 19, 2021 Euro Cup 2020 Hungary 1 - 1 France
June 9, 1986 World Cup 1986 Hungary 0 - 3 France
June 10, 1978 World Cup 1978 France 3 - 1 Hungary
October 9, 1971 Euro Cup 1972, Qualification France 0 - 2 Hungary
April 24, 1971 Euro Cup 1972, Qualification Hungary 1 - 1 France


Hungary vs France betting tips: Match preview

Six minutes is all it would have taken for Hungary to produce one of their best results at a major international tournament in decades, but the gap in quality would eventually push Portugal over the line in a 3-0 win for the current holders.

No one gave Hungary hope or a prayer when they were drawn into Euro 2020’s group of death, one that features three nations that reside in the top-12 of FIFA’s world rankings. Truthfully, even a single point earned in front of the home support across group play in Budapest for Magyarok would be considered an achievement, especially when consideration is given to the fact that star midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai will be missing this summer after the RB Leipzig man has dealt with one injury issue after another since his move from RB Salzburg in January.

Most of Hungary’s core players reside in the Bundesliga, and those same names were expectedly the nation’s best performers on the night as well as the ever-present László Kleinheisler, who currently plies his trade in Croatia at NK Osijek. But the central figures of Ádám Szalai, Roland Sallai, and Szoboszlai’s Leipzig teammates Willi Orbán and Péter Gulácsi, must all do their part if Hungary wants to be more than a well-drilled outfit that makes it difficult for their opponents. Holding a gifted Portugal outfit at bey for 84-minutes is deserving of some measure of praise, but chances at the other end will likely continue to come a premium. If Hungary has dreams of repeating their performance at Euro 2016, they’ll need to fill the Szoboszlai void effectively if they’re to crack open France on Saturday.

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)

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)

France to take a page from the 2018 playbook

When France can get a result against a struggling yet still dangerous Germany while barely putting the key in the ignition, you know you are in trouble. It may have only been a 1-0 result, and the goal may have come courtesy of a Mats Hummels own-goal, but France knows better than anyone in recent years that tournament play is all about early results over scintillating performances.

Didier Deschamps’ Les Bleus never looked out of sorts, either. Though Germany can boast about having the bulk of possession (58.5%) and more than double the total shots by comparison (10-4), Joachim Löw’s outfit looked disjointed as ever in the final third, while genuinely never getting a real chance to make the French break a sweat. Many will continue to laud the absolute plethora of talent residing in the national pool for France, and rightfully so, but perhaps their biggest strength – and the reason why they are current World Cup holders while finalists back at Euro 2016 – is their ability to be just as good as the dominant side as they are when they allow their opponent to dictate terms in possession.

The reinstatement of Karim Benzema into the national team fold received much of the attention in the run-up to the tournament, and he already looks to mesh well with Kylian Mbappé and Antoine Griezmann in a frightening front-three, but the contributions of both Paul Pogba and N’Golo Kanté in midfield cannot be understated either. Pogba in the blue of France reminds us why he has been so heavily lauded throughout his career, while Kanté quietly going about being the little colonel in midfield could genuinely be their biggest asset overall. Much like in Russia in 2018, France did not truly kick into gear until the knockout stages and considering their inclusion in the group of death, results are all that matter for the minute. Topping Group F would serve as the final warning shot that they are here to accept nothing short of total victory come the final at Wembley, and perhaps we should all be prepared for that.

N Golo Kante

ISTANBUL, TURKEY – AUGUST 14: N Golo Kante of Chelsea FC looks on prior to the UEFA Super Cup match between FC Liverpool and FC Chelsea at Vodafone Park on August 14, 2019 in Istanbul, Turkey. (Photo by TF-Images/ Getty Images)


Hungary team news vs France

Hungary boss Marco Rossi has no fresh injury or selection concerns as Magyarok tries to bounce back against France in the wake of their heavy matchday one defeat against Portugal.

It took Portugal 84-minutes to break the 0-0 deadlock against Hungary, so Rossi may actually change little to the matchday XI as they were so close to a valuable point against the holding European Champions.

France team news vs Hungary

France icon Didier Deschamps looks to once again ease France into an international tournament after their 1-0 against Germany in Munich, and it is expected that he will field his best XI in a bid to book passage to the knockout stage before clashing with Portugal.

The only fitness concern in the French camps comes way of Bayern Munich right-back Benjamin Pavard who suffered a head injury against Joachim Löw’s men and may be held back from the XI as a precautionary measure. Olympique Lyonnais right-back Léo Dubois would likely deputize in his place should he be held in reserve.



Prediction: Hungary line-up vs France

Hungary vs France betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds


Prediction: France line-up vs Hungary

Hungary vs France betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds

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Hungary vs France betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds

What time is kick off between Hungary vs France?
13:00, Saturday 19 June 2021
What are the betting odds for Hungary vs France?
Hungary win: 11.0 Draw: 5.25 France win: 1.30
What is the prediction for Hungary vs France?
Hungary 0-2 France