The Group Stages of the European Championships is coming to an end, and we are all eager to find out the 16 teams who have made it past the first hurdle of EURO 2020, after today. Already 12 teams have made their place in the knockouts and a further 4 will be determined today on the final group stage match-day in the competition.
Group F as was named the Group of Death ahead of the tournament has played out according to the expectations and the final match-day will decide the two teams who qualify from this group. The match in focus is Germany vs Hungary to be played at the Allianz Arena in Munich.
Germany vs Hungary Match Details: EURO 2020
Match- Germany vs Hungary
Timings: 19:00 in GMT, 00:30 in IST, 21:00 CET
Date: 23rd June, (CET and GMT) 24th June IST
Referee- Sergei Karasev, Russia
Venue: Allianz Arena, Munich
Germany vs Hungary Predictions
Germany are the favourites to win their last fixture after their dazzling display against Portugal, which resulted in a 4-2 victory for them. They are currently 2nd in Group F, and a positive result will be enough for them to qualify into the Round of 16. They can also finish top of their Group ahead of France if the French fall to a defeat against Portugal in their match.
Pitted against the big boys of Europe in Group F, Hungary have played exceedingly well so far and also have a chance of qualifying for the knockouts. A 10-minute blitz from Portugal in their first match, made them fall to a 3-0 defeat, but they showed great determination and grit in their next match to grind out a 1-1 draw against favourites France. Only a win will propel them to a Round of 16 place in EURO 2020.
Who will win Germany vs Hungary Match
Germany will look to cement their place in the knockouts and going by the players they have in their ranks they start as overwhelming favorites for this crunch fixture. For Hungary, they would have to stage an upset in Munich to qualify for the Round of 16. Having said that, the former and home team Germany should emerge victorious and put and end to the Hungarians’ run in the tournament.