Nations League Saturday 4th June 2022 Hungary v England 17:00

Recent Head-to-Head Stats

  • Met 6 times before, England 3, Draws 2, Hungary 1
  • FIFA World Rankings, England 5, Hungary 40
  • Last played Oct 2021 (World Cup Qual), England 1-1 Hungary
  • England are unbeaten in their last 5 vs Hungary
  • England have scored in all their last 6 vs Hungary
  • Both teams scored in 5 of the last 6 head-to-heads
  • 3 of the last 4 head-to-heads went OVER 2.5 GOALS
  • England have conceded just 5 goals in their last 18 games
  • 5 of England’s last 6 games went OVER 2.5 GOALS
  • Both DIDN’T score in 13 of England’s last 18 games
  • England are currently 22 games unbeaten (90 mins)
  • England have won 14 of their last 20 games ‘to nil’
  • Kane (England) is their current top scorer (44)
  • Hungary have lost just 1 of their last 5 games
  • 4 of Hungary’s last 6 games went UNDER 2.5 GOALS
  • Both teams DIDN’T score in 6 of Hungary’s last 9 games

With the domestic action over for another season the attention turns to the International scene and one of the highlights is England’s trip to Hungary on Saturday – late afternoon (5pm) for a Nations League clash.

The match betting ahead of the game sees England, despite being the away side, at 1.40, with the draw 4.50 and Hungary at 8.50.

Looking at the FIFA World rankings, there are 35 places between the teams, with England now seeded 5th and Hungary 40th.

They’ve only met six times in the past and England hold the edge with 3 wins, two draws and just one defeat – the last of their meetings came in Oct 2021 in a World Cup qualifier, which ended 1-1, which will give Hungary some hope.

The Three Lions are, however, unbeaten in their last 5 vs Hungary and has scored in all six previous clashes with them.

With both teams scoring in 5 of the last 6 meetings between the nations – this might appeal at 2.37, while 3 of the last 4 went OVER 2.5 GOALS – this is on offer at 2.00.

In fact, 5 of England’s last 6 games overall have seen Over 2.5 Goals score, so they are certainly a team that produce goals at the moment.

In contrast, a small word of warning here as 4 of Hungary’s last 6 games actually went Under 2.5 goals and both teams DIDN’T score in 6 of their last 9.

Hungary will have home advantage too and head into the game in fair form – having lost just one of their last 5 games in all comps.

But England are currently on a run of 22 games without losing (90 mins) and have won a massive 14 of their last 20 (70%) to nil – you can back an England win ‘to nil’ at 2.00.

With 44 England goals, Harry Kane will be their main man as normal in the scoring market, but checking the team news ahead of the game, while Hungary’s Roland Sallai was the player that scored for them when they last faced England (pen), and was also on target in their last game when beaten Northern Ireland 0-1.

Overall, it’s a game that we expect England to win and win fairly well. Yes, with home advantage Hungary will put up a fair test, but it’s hard to fault England’s current run of 22 games unbeaten and with 14 of those being ‘to nil’ then we’ll take an England win without conceding at 2.00.