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Hungary vs Switzerland: Preview, Prediction & Betting Tips | Footy Accumulators

Hungary vs Switzerland: Preview, Prediction & Betting Tips | Footy Accumulators


In their last five games, Hungary have won four and lost one. It has been a strong stretch for Hungary as they prepare for the upcoming Euros. They started this run with a 3-1 win against Montenegro in their final qualifying game. They fell behind to a Slobodan Rubezic opener, but Liverpool midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai scored twice in as many minutes to turn it around. Adam Nagy added a third in stoppage time.

A second win in a row followed with a 1-0 victory over Turkey. It was a very even game with little to split the two sides. However, the decisive goal came from the spot, with Szoboszlai converting a 48th minute penalty. Kosovo were the next opponents to be defeated, this time 2-0. Szoboszlai’s excellent scoring form continued as he broke the deadlock again. Zsolt Nagy scored the second in the friendly.

Their only loss of this run came away from home at Republic of Ireland. Adam Idah broke the deadlock for the hosts, but this was cancelled out by Adam Lang before half-time. The winner came very late as Troy Parrott netted in the 92nd minute. Their most recent game was a friendly against Israel, in which they won 3-0 thanks to a Roland Sallai goal and Barnabas Varga brace.


In their last five games, Switzerland have won two, drawn two and lost one. It has been an inconsistent stretch for Switzerland but they were able to secure their place in the European Championships. They started this run with a 1-0 loss at Romania in their final qualifying game, though they had already qualified. It was an even game in terms of shot attempts, though the visitors enjoyed more possession. The only goal of the game came in the 50th minute, with Denis Alibec providing the winning strike.

Two friendlies followed, the first a goalless draw away at Denmark. It was a game with limited big chances, as the two sides combined for just four shots on target. Switzerland possessed slightly more of the ball, but neither were able to find the back of the net. One of their wins in this run came against Republic of Ireland as they narrowly beat them 1-0. They restricted their Irish opponents to just one shot on goal, though they mustered three of their own. However, this time they were able to take one of their opportunities, with Xherdan Shaqiri scoring the winning goal from a free-kick in the 23rd minute.

A crushing 4-0 win over Estonia made it two wins in a row, as they dominated their opponents from start to finish. Steven Zuber scored the first, which gave them a one-goal lead at the break. Zeki Amdouni doubled the lead immediately after the restart, before Nico Elvedi added another, and Shaqiri converted from the penalty spot. Their most recent game was a home friendly against Austria, in which they drew 1-1. Christian Baumgartner scored the opener for Austria, but Silvan Widmer levelled it before the break.