The second match in Group A will take place on 15 June. The Hungarian and Swiss national teams will play at Rhein Energy in Cologne.

Hungarian national football team

In the last six matches in all tournaments, Hungary won four times, drew and lost one match. During this time, they scored 12 goals and conceded five, scoring first in four of the six matches. “Magyarok” scored five goals in the first half, while their opponents converted three chances in the first 45 minutes.

Dominik Soboslai and Varga have been able to show serious results in matches for the national team this year. They are the team’s top scorers.

Hungary has scored in each of its last 11 matches in all competitions. “The National Eleven” (Hungarian: Nemzeti Tizenegy) have scored in every match since the European Championship qualifier against Montenegro in June 2023.

Swiss national football team

The Swiss national team can play five consecutive matches without defeat. “The Red Crosses” (Rossocrociati) drew 1-1 with Austria in their last game, a friendly on 8 June at the Kibunpark stadium. This extended their unbeaten run to four matches in all competitions.

In their last six matches, the Swiss have won two, drawn three and lost one. During this period, they scored seven goals and conceded three, and in three of the six matches they scored first. “The Nati” scored three goals in the first half, while their opponents scored once before the break.

Hungary Switzerland line-ups

Hungary’s probable line-up
Gulyácsy – Lang, Orbán, A. Salai – Bolla, A. Nagy, Styles, Kerkés – Salai, Soboszlai – Varga

Dibusch, Sappanos, Balogh, Botka, M. Dardai, Fiola, Z. Nagy, Nego, Gazdag, Horvat, Kata, Kleinheisler, Schäfer, Adam, Chobot

Probable composition of Switzerland
Sommer – Cher, Akandji, R. Rodriguez – Widmer, Froehler, G. Xhaka, Ndoye – Shaqiri, Vargas – Amduni

Kobel, Mvogo, Elvedi, Stergiou, Zesiger, Ebisher, Jashari, Reeder, Cerro, Zakaria, Doua, Embolo, Okafor, R. Steffen, Zuber

Hungary – Switzerland prediction

The last meeting between these teams was won by Switzerland with a score of 5-2 in the 1st round of the UEFA World Cup qualifying tournament at the St. Jakob Park Stadium in October 2017. Stephen Zuber scored two goals for the Swiss team in the 43rd and 49th minutes. Granit Xhaka, Fabian Frei and Stefan Lichtsteiner also scored goals. Richard Guzmic and Roland Uhrai scored for the Hungarian team.

The Hungarians have some potential. It is the first game that will show how far Marco Rossi’s team can go. The Swiss are not as strong as they used to be, but they are favourites in the match.

The main one is that both teams will score

The score will be 1-1

Earlier, Sportbet published a forecast for the Germany vs Scotland match.


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