Wales and Hungary meet at Cardiff City Stadium in a qualifying round match. The home advantage may play an important role in this match, since both teams present significant differences between home and away results.
After 3 wins, 2 draws and 2 losses, the home team is currently in the 3 rd position, with 11 points won. In the last match, they won by (0‑2) away against Azerbaijan, after in the previous match they tied (1‑1) at home with Croatia. This is a stronger team when playing in their stadium, as in the last 30 matches they have recorded 4 wins, 5 draws and 6 losses as a visitor; against 8 wins, 4 draws and 3 losses at their stadium. In the last 8 home matches Wales has a record of 5 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses. Defensive consistency hasn't been their best feature, as they have conceded goals in 5 of the last 7 matches, but their offense has scored consistently, as they have scored goals in 6 of the last 7 matches for this competition. In 15 matches, they have never been able to turn the score around in the 7 matches for which they conceded the first goal.
Wales comes for this match after a 0-2 win against Azerbaijan, adding the fourth straight match without losing in this stage of EURO 2020: the goals were scored by Kieffer Moore and Harry Wilson. It is noteworthy that the Welsh must win to secure a place in the next European Championship. Coach Ryan Giggs should take the usual 4-3-3, favoring ball possession and organized attacks, trying his best not to concede goals. Offensive midfielder Daniel James is one of the key players in the team's tactical scheme, being this responsible for organizing and creating the offensive process. The entire squad is available for this game.
After 4 wins and 3 losses, the away team is currently in the 2 nd position, with 12 points won. In the last match, they won by (1‑0) at home against Azerbaijan, after in the previous match they lost (3‑0) away with Croatia. This is a stronger team when they play in their stadium, since in the last 30 games they have registered 2 wins, 4 draws and 9 losses as a visitor; against 9 wins and 6 losses at their stadium. They come to this match after a home loss against Uruguay by (1‑2). In the last 8 away matches in all competitions, Hungary have won 1, tied 2 and lost 5. The team have conceded goals in 5 of the last 7 matches, so they have not shown great defensive solidity, but their attack has scored with regularity as they have managed to finish in 5 of the last 7 matches for this competition. In 15 matches, they have only turned the score around in 1 in the 8 matches for which they have conceded the first goal.
Hungary comes into this match after a 1-2 loss against Uruguay in a preparatory match. In their last qualifying round game, the Hungarians beat Azerbaijan 1-0. In the event of a draw Hungary will have access to EURO 2020. In this match at Wales, coach Marco Rossi is expected to play a very similar strategy to the last game, which benefits the defensive organization and counterattacks, especially through the left side. Defender Orban and midfielder Patkai are Hungary's top scorers with 2 goals each. There are no major absences for this game.
When playing at home, Wales have not lost to Hungary in their last 3 encounters.
Wales's home record this season: 2-1-0.
Daniel James has assisted the most goals for Wales with 2. Balazs Dzsudzsak is Hungary's biggest assister (2).
Wales haven't lost in their last 5 games.
Wales haven't lost in any of their last 5 home matches.
The most common result of matches between Wales and Hungary is 2-1. 3 matches have ended with this result.
Wales wins 1st half in 50% of their matches, Hungary in 22% of their matches.
Wales wins 50% of halftimes, Hungary wins 22%.
Wales's performance of the last 5 matches is better than Hungary's.
In European Championship Qualification, Hungary has better performance than Wales.
Wales have lost just 1 of their last 5 games against Hungary (in all competitions).
In the last 5 meetings Wales won 4, Hungary won 1, 0 draws.
The winner of their last meeting was Hungary.
On their last meeting Hungary won by 1 goals.
Wales scores 1.6 goals in a match against Hungary and Hungary scores 0.6 goals against Wales (on average).
Wales scores 1.2 goals when playing at home and Hungary scores 1 goals when playing away (on average).
Average number of goals in meetings between Wales and Hungary is 2.2.
When Wales leads 1-0 at home, they win in 100% of their matches.
When Hungary leads 0-1 away, they win in 50% of their matches.
When Wales is down 0-1 home, they win 0% of their matches.
When Hungary is down 1-0 away, they win 0% of their matches.
Wales have scored at least one goal for 5 consecutive matches.
Wales haven't scored in 0 of their 3 home matches in European Championship Qualification this season.
Hungary haven't scored in 2 of their 3 away matches in European Championship Qualification this season.
During the last 9 meetings, Wales have won 5 times, there have been 2 draws while Hungary have won 2 times. The goal difference is 13-9 in favour of Wales.