England and Hungary meet in UEFA Nations League Group A3 on Tuesday 14 June.
The place to observe England vs Hungary on TV
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England: Ramsdale; Walker, Maguire, Guéhi, Trippier; Ward-Prowse, Rice; Saka, Bellingham, Grealish; Kane
Hungary: Dibusz; Lang, Orbán, At. Szalai; Nego, A. Nagy, Schäfer, Z. Nagy; Sallai, Szoboszlai; Advert. Szalai
England (most up-to-date match first): DDLWWW
Hungary (most up-to-date match first): DLWWLW
Group A3 up to now
04/06 Hungary 1-0 England
04/06 Italy 1-1 Germany
07/06 Germany 1-1 England
07/06 Italy 2-1 Hungary
11/06 England 0-0 Italy
11/06 Hungary 1-1 Germany
Matthew Howarth, match reporter: Fourth-placed England nonetheless harbour ambitions of topping Group A3, however to face any probability of reversing their fortunes the Three Lions want to enhance their document of just one purpose – a Harry Kane penalty – in three matches. Hungary, in the meantime, journey to Molineux brimming with confidence after irritating a powerful Germany outfit in Budapest on Saturday. If the Magyars reach doing the double over Gareth Southgate’s group, they might finish the night time in first place themselves.
What the coaches say
Gareth Southgate, England supervisor: “There’s been a little bit little bit of an absence of sharpness in all three video games. Clearly we wish to rating extra objectives. We’re nonetheless too reliant on Harry [Kane], and doubtless Raheem [Sterling] too – they rating the vast majority of our objectives. That’s one thing we’re clearly seeking to work on.”
Marco Rossi, Hungary coach: “A very powerful factor is that no-one could be positive of getting factors in opposition to us and so they have to point out our group respect. We’ve proven that we will run, struggle, give our coronary heart and soul. That is what I like finest in regards to the group: that they by no means surrender. They at all times struggle.”
What occurs after the UEFA Nations League group stage?
The 4 group winners in League A will advance to the knockout finals with, in precept, one appointed as hosts. The semi-finals can be performed on 14 and 15 June 2023 with the ultimate and third-place play-off to observe on 18 June.
The groups ending fourth within the teams in League A can be relegated to League B for the 2024/25 version.