Wales vs Hungary should be one more very important game in UEFA Euro 2020 qualification, which will be held at Cardiff City Stadium, in Cardiff. Since Hungary is in front of Wales by 1 point, both teams have great chances to be among qualifiers. Croatia already took their opportunity to finish the Group E from the 1st place after beating Slovakia, even being behind, with 3:1 result. At home ground, Wales still unbeaten as they played a draw with Croatians and won other 2 matches against Slovakia and Azerbaijan. Hungary plays away matches not so confident, as they won only against Azerbaijan and lost matches to Croatia and Slovakia. However, this game should on a peak of importance show both strong sides of these teams. Read our thoughts about this interesting UEFA Euro 2020 qualification Wales vs Hungary, here below.
Wales vs Hungary
These teams already met previously in Budapest. That time, Hungary won the match with minimal difference 1:0 over the visitors from Waled and took very important 3 points. For both opponents, that game was very tough and difficult since both likes to play defensive football so we saw far from the interesting and open game. In general, in 7 games both teams scored by 8, Hungary conceded 9 and Wales 6 goals. That shows their closed game in defence and even players like Gareth Bale did not please us with many goals. The next match will be even more difficult and important for teams. Wales won over Azerbaijan a few days ago playing away with 2:0 result, had to travel to Baku and spend energy and time on flying. Hungary was more lucky to have a friendly match against Uruguay in Budapest. They lost that match but had a great practice before facing the Dragons. Magyars playing in qualification and friendly games won only 1 out of the last 5 meetings. SO it’s hard to say that visitors will be on the peak of their strengths.
Most dangerous players from Wales are Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale. Both players are from top Europen and World clubs, so their experience, knowledge and abilities are on the highest level. But the strongest weapon of the team at the moment is defence, and it’s strange knowing that Ryan Giggs was the midfielder, which scored 114 goals for Manchester United. All in all, the main host’s target is to take 3 points here and play their best football in front of the fans. Hungary also has great players, but not popular as Wales does. Visitors facing big troubles playing away matches, as they won only twice in the last 15 games. However, this time it’s enough to take a draw. Balázs Dzsudzsák will lead the squad as a captain.
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