Hungary – Slovakia Prediction & Picks (09.09.2019)

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Hungary – Slovakia SOCCER PICKS

EURO 2020 Qualifiers Group E Group 6 match in the leading position in the group Hungary at home, Slovakia wants to retain the lead by winning against.

Hungary :

Hungary, as we know, the group had begun with the defeat of Slovakia, but after the defeat Marco Rossi’s students who went to the exit, winning three games in the group rose to the leadership. In the last game of the group, they defeated Wales 1-0. Hungary, which will host Slovakia at the 5th game of the group, will play a match that will determine the fate of Croatia in the next month.

Slovakia:

Slovakia is one of the group’s unstable teams. Pavel Hapal’s team has 6 points and 4 wins. Of course, they still have a chance to leave the group, but their performance against Croatia at home three days ago did not give any confidence and left the field with a 4-0 defeat.

Hungary is the favorite of the match. If they win against Slovakia, their chances of leaving the group will increase. I think they won’t lose even if they don’t win.


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