The pre-match brief for both sides heading into their final Group F game will be very simple: win.
For Germany, a draw would be enough to secure progression from the group stages for a fourth successive European Championship.
After opening with a narrow defeat against World champions France, Joachim Low’s men got back on track with an impressive turnaround in their entertaining 4-2 win over Portugal.
Although, they have now gone five matches without keeping a clean sheet and this will encourage Hungary, who have suffered just a single defeat in 13 games.
Despite currently sitting bottom of Group F with a single point to their name, the Magyars will be feeling confident following a hard-earned 1-1 draw with the French last time out.
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Germany vs Hungary: Match Stats
Robin Gosens will be looking to build on his momentum after playing a starring role in Germany’s win over Portugal.
The Atalanta full-back was directly involved in three of his side’s four goals – scoring the fourth – and carried a constant threat up and down the left flank.
He will be confident of adding to that tally against a Hungary side that has kept just one clean sheet in 10 games at the European Championship, while you must got back to 1966 World Cup for the last time they won their final group match at a major tournament.
Germany vs Hungary: Corner Stats
Germany have won eight corners during the tournament – five of which came during the second half of their defeat by France. Meanwhile, Hungary have only had one across their two games so far.
Germany vs Hungary: Cards Stats
Both sides have picked up three yellow cards across their opening two matches. Germany’s Joshua Kimmich and Kai Havertz are among those players and will have to tread carefully in order to avoid a suspension should they progress to the last 16.
Germany vs Hungary: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Germany 3-1 Hungary
Germany vs Hungary: Odds
Germany vs Hungary: Head to Head
4 June 2016: Germany 2-0 Hungary – Friendly
29 May 2010: Hungary 0-3 Germany – Friendly
5 June 2004: Germany 0-2 Hungary – Friendly
14 August 2001: Hungary 2-5 Germany – Friendly
12 October 1994: Hungary 0-0 Germany – Friendly
Meetings between these nations have been sporadic over the years. In fact, this is their first competitive showdown since contesting the 1954 World Cup final, which West Germany won 3-2.