Hungary and England meet in a Nations League game this Saturday at the Puskas Arena in Budapest. The game was originally supposed to be played behind closed doors but now will have up to 30,000 spectators.
The last meeting between the two was a 1 - 1 draw in a World Cup Qualifier at Wembley, a point rescued for England by a John Stones header. However, most clashes between England and Hungary do tend to have a high number of goals. In fact, in the 24 matches between the two, 15 games have had three or more goals scored - the biggest score-line in this fixture being an 8 - 2 win for England back in 1909. This, therefore, suggests that a big scoreline in Budapest is highly likely.
England are also in particularly good form, with four wins and a single draw in their last five games - that draw coming against Hungary back in October. Excluding the 2 - 1 win over Switzerland, Gareth Southgate’s men have had their shooting boots on with five goals against Albania, ten goals against San Marino and three against Ivory Coast. With this considered, there’s a high likelihood of an England win and a flurry of goals in Budapest.