The final round of UEFA Nations League games kick off this week, and these Germany vs. Hungary predictions form part of a busy international window. Both sides are in the running to reach the Nations League finals and this tie could decide it.
Germany vs. Hungary odds
1 – A draw at – 28/5
2 – Hungary under 1.5 total goals – 1/7
3 – Total goals scored under 2.5 – 7/5
4 – Both teams to score – 6/5
5 – A 1-1 draw at – 13/1
This crucial showdown in Leipzig looks set to decide who will win Group A3 and head into the Nations League finals next summer.
Ahead of the tie, Hungary are in the driving seat for the final two games of the campaign, with Marco Rossi’s side currently top of the table on seven points, compared to Germany’s six.
With plenty on the line, the most likely option in this game looks to be a draw and a final day wait for both sides.
In eight combined UEFA Nations League games over the summer, four of them ended in a draw, including three for Germany.
Alongside their solid – by unspectacular form – neither side have managed to hit the back of the net with regular efficiency in recent games.
Hungary have managed seven in four games, at a rate of just under two scored per 90 minutes of UEFA Nations League action, with Germany managing eight.
In their four summer outings both sides only managed to score more than once inside 90 minutes on one occasion, with the reverse fixture in Budapest ending in a 1-1 draw.
With their eight games in June’s mini-series, only three featured over 2.5 total goals scored per game, with two of the contests ending in under 1.5 goals scored.
However, both sides have at least carried some goal threat, with a minimum of one goal scored by each of them in all four UEFA Nations League games this summer.
A repeat of the 1-1 draw in their last meeting looks to be a really strong call in this one, which means Germany would potentially need a win away against England at Wembley, with Hungary looking to hold out at home to Italy.
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Germany vs. Hungary last five matches
Germany last five matches
Hungary last five matches
Germany top goalscorers
Hungary top goalscorers
Germany vs. Hungary line-ups
Germany (4-2-3-1): Neuer; Gosens, Rudiger, Sule, Kehrer; Kimmich, Gundogan; Sane, Muller, Gnabry; Werner
Hungary (3-4-3): Gulasci; At. Szalai, Orban, Lang; Nagy, Styles, Schafer, Fiola; Varga, Ad, Szalai, Szboszlai
Germany team news
Germany head coach Hansi Flick is boosted by having the majority of his experienced stars available for international duty. Veteran winger Marco Reus is sidelined through injury but Antonio Rudiger, Joshua Kimmich and Thomas Muller are all included in the squad.
Hungary team news
Rossi has the bulk of his key names available for this game with Ronald Sallai and Zsolt Nagy the two main absentees. The visitors can still call on key trio Willi Orban, Dominik Szoboszlai and Adam Szalai, as they look to hold on to top spot in the group.