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Germany vs Hungary Predictions

Published on 4:00pm GMT 19 June 2024

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Germany to Win and Over 3.5 Match Goals

Reason for tip

Germany looked strong and dominant in their opening day victory over Scotland and could have a field day in front of goal. A win for the hosts looks likely, while pairing this with a winner in the over 3.5 goals market looks a tempting prospect.

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Germany 4-2

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Germany put five past Scotland while Hungary could easily have scored more than one against Switzerland if they had their shooting boots on. With Hungary needing a result, an open game is expected but with the Germans firing on all cylinders, they could run away with it and a 4-2 final score looks a tempting prospect.

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Roland Sallai To Score Anytime

Reason for tip

Roland Sallai was a shining light for Hungary against Switzerland and no member of the Magyars squad has more international goals than Sallai’s 13.

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Germany vs Hungary Predictions

  • Germany are unbeaten in four games on home soil
  • Hungary have lost two of their last three internationals
  • The Magyars won the last meeting between the two nations 1-0 back in 2022

Hosts can seal knockout place in thriller

Germany opened the 2024 European Championship finals in emphatic style with an unforgiving 5-1 demolition of Scotland in Munich and they can seal their place in the round of 16 in style against Hungary in Stuttgart.

There were five different scorers for Germany on the opening day as Florian Wirtz, Jamal Musiala, Kai Havertz, Niclas Fullkrug and Emre Can all got on the scoresheet, much to the delight of manager Julian Nagelsmann who will be thrilled to see the goals spread out across his squad.

Hungary could have been in a similar boat had they had their shooting boots on, but a mixture of poor finishing and an electric performance from Switzerland saw the Magyars fall to a 3-1 defeat in Cologne.

The results mean that victory for Germany would seal their place in the knockout stages for the fifth European Championship in a row, while defeat coupled with a Swiss point against Scotland would mean the Magyars could finish no higher than third, leaving them at the mercy of waiting to see if they are one of the four best third placed sides.

Given the Germans are firing on all cylinders and the leakiness of Hungary’s backline, Germany should be able to claim victory and get on the scoresheet on more than one occasion.

Sallai can keep Hungary in it

While their chances of victory are slim, Hungary will know that they can get at this Germany side given their recent meetings.

The Magyars held Germany to a 2-2 draw at Euro 2020 as the Germans qualified for the next round by the skin of their teeth, while they also claimed a 1-0 victory in the 2022 Nations League in their most recent meeting.

One of Hungary’s shining lights in their defeat to Switzerland was forward Roland Sallai – who plies his trade in the German Bundesliga for Freiburg – and no player in the Hungary squad has more international goals for the Magyars than Sallai with 13.

The 27-year-old could get on the scoresheet on Wednesday to propel his side closer to the next round and the Magyars could go all out for a result. This should open the door for Germany to grab more than their fair share but do not be surprised if Hungary go down swinging, with our prediction being an entertaining 4-2 victory for the hosts.

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