The Euros or the UEFA European Championship is one of the most important football tournaments played by senior men’s national teams from the countries that are a part of the Union of European Football Associations. Portugal is the current reigning champion of the Euro trophy. Hungary now faces the giant task of beating these legends in the upcoming UEFA Group F qualifier match on Tuesday. The coronavirus pandemic has put many of our favorite sporting events on hold, but things are beginning to look wonderful again with the upcoming tournament.
The football tournament will resume in its usual fervor, with Portugal yet to lose more than one match in the game, the only time being against a 1-0 match with France in November last year. On the other hand, Hungary is shining in this tournament, leading with a fantastic 7-0-4 scorecard since October, having defeated the Cyprus and Irish team in many friendly international matches.
As for the upcoming match between Portugal and Hungary, the stage has been set at the Pukas Arena in Hungary’s home turf- Budapest. Portugal is seeing a -245, whereas Hungary is at +750, and for the chance of a draw would return +350 according to the William Hill Sportsbook. Therefore, the over-under for total goals that will be scored in the match is estimated at 2.5. You can check out the latest predictions for the Hungary v/s Portugal match [here].
All eyes will be on Ronaldo in the match. Portugal has dominated the series with an average of at least 2.3 goals per match in these games. It has many exciting players like Joao Felix, who has gained a reputation for his innovative and athletic skills. His ability to score whilst being a great midfielder has made him a memorable competitor. The Portuguese players have been able to score three goals in their past four meetings since 2009. Bruno Fernandes is also one of their most formidable midfielders.
Hungary has been no less; its recent match with Russia was a spectacle to behold. Willi Orban and team captain Adam Szalai might just lead the team to a resounding victory against Portugal. Willi Orban has been able to score four goals in the past 29 matches with RB Leipzig. He debuted with the team in 2018 and has also scored his first international goal in the 2018-2019 UEFA Nationals League C Match against Estonia. He marked his presence with two goals in the Hungary v/s Azerbaijan match as well.
Green has been analyzing football tournaments all his life. His predictions are leaning at a 2.5 for goal scores, and one of his bets has been made at a return value of 2 to 1. You can read more about Green’s latest picks on SportsLine as well. According to him, the spread for the upcoming match is at Portugal -1.5 (+120). You must keep these numbers and predictions in mind before investing in the forthcoming game.