England will be looking to make another big step towards reaching Qatar 2022 when they face Hungary at Wembley on Tuesday evening (19:45 UK time).
Gareth Southgate’s men are unbeaten in their World Cup qualification campaign while the Magyars come into this game looking to bounce back following a 0-1 home defeat to Albania last time out.
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Scoreline prediction: England 3-0 Hungary
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England vs Hungary build-up & previous line-ups:
A seventh consecutive World cup finals appearance is within striking distance for England as they come into this latest round of WCQ fixtures top of Group I and four points clear of second place Albania with three matches remaining. Gareth Southgate’s men have won six of their previous qualifiers — the sole blemish coming on matchday six when they snatched a draw from the jaws of victory at Poland — they’ve subsequently netted 23 goals (only Poland – 24 and Denmark – 26 have scored more in Europe) while only conceding on two occasions. Since an infamous 0-1 loss against Germany in October 2000 the Three Lions have played 26 WCQ games at home; subsequently winning 24 including the last 12 on the bounce. Greece (2-2) in October 2001 and Ukraine (1-1) in September 2012 are the only sides to prevent England from winning.
This will be Hungary’s eleventh visit to English shores with 1953 forever ingrained in their national psyche. On that November day the Mighty Magyars ran out 3-6 winners — Nándor Hidegkuti scoring a hat-trick and Ferenc Puskás grabbing two goals himself — it was England’s second defeat on home soil against foreign opposition. None of the sides following that Golden Team has ever come near to beating the Three Lions (nine defeat from nine matches played). Chances of Marco Rossi’s ending Hungary’s 36-year World Cup finals absence is remote. They’re currently fourth in Group I, having won just three of their opening seven WCQ games, and five points behind second position which guarantees a play-offs berth. Last time out they suffered a 0-1 loss to Albania and across their previous ten WCQ matches on the road they’ve won three: against Andorra (1-4), San Marino (0-3) and Latvia (0-2).
- England (vs Andorra): Johnstone; Trippier, Stones, Coady, Chilwell; Ward-Prowse, Foden, Lingard; Saka, Abraham, Sancho.
- Hungary (vs Albania): Gulácsi; Botka, Orban, Szalai; Nego, Schäfer, A. Nagy, Z. Nagy; Sallai, Szoboszlai; Sallói.
Player to watch: Harry Kane (England)
He sat out England’s emphatic 0-5 win in Andorra due to manager Gareth Southgate’s concerns regarding his ankle on the Estadi Comunal d’Andorra la Vella artificial pitch but Harry Kane should line up against Hungary subsequently earning a 65th international cap. The 28-year-old Tottenham marksman recently moved ahead of Michael Owen (40) on the Three Lions all-time scorers list. He’s now three behind the great Jimmy Greaves (44) with Wayne Rooney’s record (53) also within reach. 87.8% of his England strikes (36/41) have come under Southgate’s leadership and no one has featured more times for the current England boss than Kane (47 appearances). It’s not goalscoring where the Londoner is excelling; only Raheem Sterling (14) has created more since the appointment of Southgate than Kane (13), both are the only players to reach double figures in this regard. Kane will also head into this game having netted in six of his previous seven international matches (only exception was the Euro 2020 final against Italy).
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