Hungary are looking to confirm top spot in Group G of Euro 2024 qualifying as they face Montenegro.
Hungary currently sit top of qualifying Group G with four wins and three draws from seven matches.
It's been a solid campaign from the Hungarians and a continuation of what has been an impressive last few years under manager Marco Rossi.
They're confirmed qualification for Germany next summer and are now only looking to seal top spot, and they come into this game in good form, unbeaten in their last eleven matches.
Their most recent outing saw them claim a 2-2 draw away in Bulgaria. It wasn't their best performance by any means and they only nicked a point through a Bulgaria own goal in the 97th minute, but the result maintains their long unbeaten run and therefore keeps their momentum in tact.
At home Hungary are extremely strong as they enter this encounter unbeaten in their last six games on home soil, winning five of them.
Hungary are in very good shape right now and they'll want to end the group on a high as they look towards another European Championship finals. Given their strength on home soil and their currently form they should be considered clear favourites for this one.
Montenegro currently sit 3rd in Group G with three wins, two draws and two losses from seven games in this campaign.
The Eastern Europeans have had a decent qualifying campaign after a few very down years but they come into this game in last chance saloon as they need three points here while needing Serbia to lose at home to Bulgaria to seal a place in Germany next summer given they cannot claim a play-off place.
It's a very unlikely sequence of events that's required for them to qualify considering even if they claim what would be a tough three points here the event of Serbia failing to even take a point at home to Bulgaria is not likely.
Montenegro are in decent form, though, as they enter this game having won four of their last five games so they can at least be optimistic of ending their qualifying campaign on a high note.
Saying that, however, their form away from home is more of a concern as they come into this one having won just one of their last five on the road.
They did claim a 0-0 draw against Hungary when the two sides last met so they'll feel capable of being competitive in this one, but all in all Montenegro look set to miss out on yet another tournament regardless of what happens here.
For our Hungary vs. Montenegro prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.