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England will be searching for its first win of the competition when it hosts Hungary this Tuesday, in the ongoing edition of the UEFA Nations League.
The preparations for the upcoming FIFA World Cup to be held in Qatar later this year have started in the worst possible manner for England. They met Hungary for their first match of the competition in a reverse fixture, where Dominik Szoboszlai scored the only goal of the match for the visitors, and the English players had no answer for it.
Since then, England has played out two draws, the first of which came against Germany. Harry Kane was able to convert a penalty in the final moments of the game, allowing England to share the points. England played hosts to Italy on Sunday for a match in which most betting sites were giving pretty short odds for a home win. Nevertheless, none of the sides were able to score, and England once again ended up sharing the points.
It is now sitting on the last spot in the Group 3 Table and needs to register a win soon if it wants to get itself off the relegation spot.
Hungary started the competition on a winning note by beating England in the reverse fixture. However, they endured a suffocating loss to Italy in the second match by 2-1, where all the 3 goals of the match were scored by Italian players. Nicolo Barella and Luciano Pellegrini scored for Italy in the first half, while Gianluca Mancini scored an own goal in the second half giving Hungary a glimmer of hope, but it failed to capitalize on that.
Hungary hosted Germany on Sunday for its latest match. Zsolt Nagy was the first to strike for the visitors in the 6th minute of the match. But Jonas Hofmann was quick to cancel it out, scoring for the visitors in the 9th minute. There were no further opportunities to score, as both the teams collected 1 point each. Hungary is placed second on the points table, 1 point behind the leaders Italy.
Match prediction and football betting tips for England vs Hungary Nations League 2022. The match is going to be played at the Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton, on 14th June 2022.
While England did lose out to Hungary earlier, they will now be desperate to get back to winning ways and get the preparations for Qatar back on track.
Gareth Southgate is likely to keep missing Phil Foden as he continues to recover from CoViD-19. Kalvin Phillips, who was suffering from a `dead leg´, played as a substitute in the last game and is likely to feature in this one too. Jordan Pickford is expected to return between the sticks. John Stones, Kyle Walker, and Jude Bellingham could also find themselves in the starting eleven.
Marco Rossi will be putting Denes Dibusz between the posts as Peter Gulacsi picked up a suspension in the last game. Andras Schafer will be back after serving his own suspension.
We reckon that this will be a great opportunity for England to make a comeback, and they are likely to grab it with both hands.
Bet on England to win.
Hungary has scored in each of its last 4 matches, while England has scored in 8 of its last 10 matches. 4 of the last 6 head-to-head games have also seen both the teams score. The stats certainly suggest that both teams could get on the scoresheet once more. Hence, we are recommending a BTTS bet here.
Kane has scored the lone goal for England in this competition via a penalty. In the domestic league too, Kane found his rhythm towards the end, scoring 5 goals in the last 5 matches of the season for Tottenham. We think Kane has a great chance of scoring since the manager will want to use him for the maximum minutes possible in this crucial game.