This is the biggest game of the World Cup Qualification Group I as two top sides Hungary and England, go head to head this week. The Three Lions lead their hosts by just two points in the group with an impressive goal difference of just 1 goal. But, they have won all the games that they have played in the qualifiers, scoring 9 goals in the process. Will the Euros runners-up get their frustration out against Hungary in the latter’s own backyard?
Hungary was super impressive in the group stages of the Euros, as they rattled both Germany and France – drawing one and winning the other game against the two footballing giants of Europe. They surely must have got some confidence from those performances. The Hungarians have scored more goals than any other team in the group, including England, but are without a clean sheet in their last 3 games now.
England has seen under 2.5 goals being scored in 8 of their last 9 games now, thanks to their brilliant defence, which has conceded just 1 goal in the qualifiers yet. On the other hand, Hungary has been observing goal-fests almost every time they take to the field, but to no effect, as they stand winless after 4 games.