Germany vs. Hungary Betting Tips: Two tips in the battle for top spot in this Nations League group.
Germany vs Hungary Odds
The Nations League action continues on Friday night, with our attention turning to League A Group 3, where surprising leaders Hungary travel to take on second place Germany.
Germany vs Hungary Tips
The Hungarians leapt into top spot in the group after a sensational 4-0 win away at England back in June, with the four goals coming from just five shots on target. Roland Sallai and Zsolt Zagy lead the way for their nation in this format, with both players having scored twice in the group stages so far.
If Hungary were to win, destiny would be placed in their own hands ahead of next week’s game with Italy, but should the Italians lose to England on Friday night, we’ll see a huge shock in the ‘Group of Death’ as Hungary would then qualify for the Finals as group winners, a result which was 50/1 to happen as recently as June.
After their 5-2 win over Italy last time out, Germany’s fate is also in their own hands, as two wins would see them confirmed as group winners, moving onto the next stage of the tournament. The last two meetings between the nations have finished in score draws, with Hungary notably taking the lead in each of the encounters.
As ever, we’ve previewed the game and picked out two tips that have caught our eye.
Starting off, we’re looking at one of Germany’s form players to score anytime on Friday.
Hoffman has scored or assisted in each of his country’s last three Nations League games, including scoring the equaliser against Hungary in the reverse fixture. He also comes into this game full of confidence, having scored twice in a man of the match performances for his club Gladbach at the weekend.
At 5/2, he looks a much tastier price for a goal than the likes of Timo Werner, who is much shorter in terms of odds.
Secondly, we’re going to look at the visitors to shock the home crowd by scoring the opening goal of the game. As mentioned earlier, Hungary have scored first in each of their last two games against the Germans, which included that fantastic 2-2 draw at last summer’s EURO’s.
For most international fans, it’s been a surprise to see how well they have fared in this group, and our second bet for the game is even further boosted by the fact that they have scored first in three of their four Nations League games so far, failing to do so only against Italy.
As ever, best of luck if you’re following any of these bets, and please gamble responsibly.
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