Germany enter Red Bull Arena for their penultimate match in the UEFA Nations League group stage. They are up against Hungaryon Friday, with both aiming for a strong finish.
It finished all square on when Germany last faced Hungary. With both denying to back down, the scoreboard said 1-1 in the end. The best betting odds on a draw at full-time with the bookies are at 6.00.
Germany head to their upcoming match ranked 11th in the FIFA world ranking. Meanwhile, there is a pretty big gap to upcoming opponents Hungary. They enter the game ranked number 37 in the world.
Germany arrive at their next UEFA Nations League match, averaging a sensational three goals per game in their last ten matches in which, they scored a delicious total of 30 goals, while also conceding eight. That amounts to an average of 0.8 per game in which, they kept their opponents from scoring three times.
Hungary are currently decent goalscorers, as they managed a bearable 15 goals in the past ten outings for an average of 1.5 goals a game. Their opponents scored a total of seven goals, and while Hungary claimed four clean sheets, they conceded an average of 0.7 goals per match.
Germany vs Hungary Prediction
Germany look in good shape before their upcoming match, as they seek to remain unbeaten. In their last three matches, they first split the points with England in a 1-1, before also drawing 1-1 with Hungary. A win finally came their way as they threw Italy under the bus in a 5-2 victory. Germany showed little mercy in their past six matches at Red Bull Arena, of which they won five, drew one and lost zero. They hit the target 25 times, while letting in four themselves.
In their past three matches, Hungary lost 2-1 against Italy, drew 1-1 with Germany and won 0-4 against England. Hungary won three of a possible six away matches, as well as playing one draw and suffering two defeats. They scored nine while also conceding five times.
After collecting six points from their first four UEFA Nations League matches, Germany still have a good chance of seeing the next stage. To claim first place requires a win in this fifth round match, while second place remains possible with a draw.
With six points from their initial four UEFA Nations League outings, Hungary remains within reach of the knock out-stages. They probably need a win to claim first place, but a draw could do the trick, with a bit of luck.
Germany are on a fine streak of nine matches without defeat at home.
Germany vs Hungary Stats
- Germany have scored in the last 25 home matches in a row
- Germany have not lost 25 of the last 27 home matches
- Germany have not lost the last 13 matches in a row
- Germany have scored in the last 13 matches in a row
- In the last 5 matches in a row Germany played, both teams scored
- Hungary have not lost 11 of the last 13 away matches
- Hungary have scored in 11 of the last 13 away matches
- Hungary have scored in 8 of the last 9 matches
- Hungary have not lost 7 of the last 9 matches
- Hungary have won 3 of the last 4 away matches
Germany vs Hungary Team News
Germany could have six players on the injured and absent list ahead of their match at home with Hungary this coming Friday.
Marco Reus, Jamal Musiala, Manuel Neuer, Lukas Nmecha, Leon Goretzka and Robin Gosens nurses various injuries and won't take part for Germany against Hungary at Red Bull Arena. A positive Covid-19 test is the reason Jamal Musiala won't feature in the Germany squad.
Germany vs Hungary H2H
Germany and Hungary had to make do with a point each in their latest encounter, which finished with a 1-1 scoreline. The best betting odds on a draw at full-time with the bookies are at 6.00. Looking back over their last six encounters serves to emphasize how equally paired the two teams usually are. Visitors Hungary claimed a win in one of the previous six matches. Hosting side Germany won three of these, as the bookies best betting odds on a home win are at 1.25.
Germany vs Hungary Results
Germany vs Hungary Betting Tips
Roland Sallai shows decent form right now for Hungary, as he scored two goals in his last six games in the UEFA Nations League. The visitors need more from him, though, when facing Germany, who are strong favourites this coming Friday. Siding with Timo Werner also look a nice prospect as he scored four goals in his last six UEFA Nations League matches.
Hungary won three of their last 10 away matches without conceding a goal.
In the last six encounters between Germany and Hungary over 2.5 goals came out three times, as Germany averaged 2.16 goals a game. Hungary scored an average of 1.16 goals in these, while both teams scored three times. Germany saw over 2.5 goals in five of their last ten matches across the tournaments, as they scored an average of three goals during this run. Over 2.5 goals appeared in four of the last ten matches that Hungary played across all tournaments this season. They scored 1.5 times on average in the process.