Hungary v Wales Betting Tips: 1 AH+0.25, 2019-06-11

Euro Qualifiers Tips

Euro 2020 qualifiers
Tuesday 11th June 2019
Kickoff: 1945hrs
Pick: Hungary AH+0.25
Bookmaker: Bet Victor
Odds: 1.70 (odds taken at 23:29 GMT, 10 June 2019)

The Euro 2020 qualifiers continue on Tuesday night and our next fixture features a clash between joint leaders, Hungary, and 4th placed Wales as the betting tips continue at the Groupama Aréna in Budapest with the hosts looking to capture a fifth straight win in all competitions.

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Hungary – Can Hungary open up lead at top of Group E?

Hungary sit joint top of Group E with favourites, Croatia, with both nations sitting on 6 points apiece prior to Tuesday night’s Euro 2020 qualifiers action with Hungary in particularly good form of late as they’ve won 4 of their last 5 matches in all competitions.

Wins over Estonia and Finland in the UEFA Nations League along with back-to-back wins against group favourites, Croatia 2-1 at home, and a resounding 3-1 win away at Azerbaijan have set them on their way to progressing to the European Championship finals next year.

Another three points against Wales on Tuesday night would place the hosts in a strong position to qualify, and their only blot on their copy-book in recent times was an opening group match 2-0 loss away at Slovakia.

Hungary come into this clash having won their last 4 home matches on the trot which includes an additional Nations League win over Greece, and following defeats to Kazakhstan, Scotland and Australia, the hosts seem to be building up momentum now.


Hungary v Wales Both teams to score

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Wales Prediction – Can Wales close the gap on the top two nations?

Wales have produced mixed results to date in their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign as they registered a 1-0 home win against Slovakia but then stumbled to a 2-1 defeat away at Croatia who are favourites to win this Group E and progress to next year’s finals.

Despite facing arguably weaker opposition in the shape of Hungary on Tuesday night, they still have to travel to Budapest to take on a resurgent Hungarian outfit who have won their last 4 home matches on the trot, so this is no easy assignment for Ryan Giggs’s side.

Overall form in recent times has seen Wales collect just 3 wins out of their last 8 matches in all competitions which were wins against Republic of Ireland, Trinidad & Tobago and Slovakia – the latter two being recorded on home turf.

However, away form continues to disappoint as The Dragons have managed just 2 wins out of their last 7 matches with victories at China and Republic of Ireland, but defeats at Denmark, Albania and Croatia suggest they could struggle against Hungary on Tuesday night.


Key-Facts – Hungary v Wales

  • Hungary come into this clash having won their last 4 home matches on the trot
  • Wales have won just 2 of their last 7 away matches in all competitions
  • It’s been 14 years since these last two teams met on the international stage


Betting Tips Verdict

Hungary with winning momentum behind them should get something out of this clash, and using the handicap seems the best play here.