England — Hungary match forecast for World Cup qualification

England remains the only team in Group I to have not lost a match. Gareth Southgate’s team is leading with 19 points, but it’s still too early to talk about leaving the group from the first place. Albania and Poland are close on their heels, so the home match against the Hungarians is essential for the hosts. Full statistics and odds for the match can be found at 1xbet mobile app download.

Tentative line-ups for the England – Hungary match

England (4-2-3-1): Pickford – Walker, Stones, Shaw, Mings – Mount, Henderson – Sterling, Grealish, Foden – Kane

Out: Rashford (shoulder injury), Maguire (muscle injury), Alexander-Arnold (groin injury), Calvert-Lewin (muscle injury)

Hungary (3-4-2-1): Gulachi – Orban, Attila Salai, Botka – Adam Nagy, Nego, Zsolt Nagy, Shallai – Soboslai, Shafer – Nikolic

Out: Adam Salai (meniscus injury), Fiolo, Tamás (both injured)

Judge: Alejandro Hernandez

In the current season, the referee has served ten matches, showing an average of 5.1 LCDs per game and assigning 25.7 fouls.

Statistical preview of the match England – Hungary

England have won on shots on target in six of seven qualifying matches with an average difference of 5.5 points. You can bet on H1 (-5) on shots on target.

In England matches in the current draw, on average, 4 offside positions were recorded per game, in Hungary – 3.17 each. You can bet on TU (3.5) for offsides.

Forecast for the match England – Hungary

If the Hungarians lose in this meeting, they will lose all chances in the fight for the second line of Group I. The chances, as you understand, are not so great. Recall that in the first game, the British defeated their opponents on the road with a score of 4: 0. You can expect victory from the England national team at home with a handicap (-3.5) for odds of 4.10.

But we will not take such a big risk. Moreover, the Hungarian national team on the road lost in this selection only once – to the Albanians. Yes, there were San Marino and Andorra, but still, statistics are stubborn things. And let’s talk better about corners, because according to this indicator, Gareth Southgate’s team won in each of the past seven matches. However, for this, the British did not need to serve more than seven corners in any of the fights, including in the recent confrontation with Andorra.

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