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Euro 2020: Day 13 – Schedule, Match Preview, Head to Head Stats, Timings & Venue Details

Germany leads Hungary 13-10 in the win-loss record

Portugal - Germany
Portugal - Germany ( Image Credit: Twitter)

Germany vs Hungary Preview

Germany will take on Hungary in a Group F match of the Euro 2020. Germany come into this match on the back of a sizzling 4-2 win over defending champions Portugal. Manchester City centre-back Ruben Dias and Borussia Dortmund left-back Raphael Guerreiro scored in the first half before Chelsea forward Kai Havertz and Atalanta left-back Robin Gosens hit the net in the second half to seal the deal for Germany. For Portugal, Cristiano Ronaldo and Diogo Jota scored consolation goals.

Hungary, on the other hand, drew 1-1 to France. Fehervar right-back Attila Fiola scored the goal for Hungary which was levelled by Barcelona forward Antoine Griezmann. Germany leads Hungary 13-10 in the win-loss record and will start as favourites.

Portugal vs France Preview

Defending Champion Portugal and World Champion France clash in a colossal Group F battle. Portugal will look for redemption after a crushing defeat to Germany. France, on the other hand, will eye a win after a 1-1 draw against Hungary. While France’s five-game winning streak came to an end, they remain unbeaten in their last nine outings. France have a dominant record over Portugal, winning 19 of the 27 games. However, Portugal claimed victory when these two teams last met in the last edition of the European championship.

Match Details

Germany vs Hungary

Venue: Munich

Time: 12: 30 AM IST (June 24)

Portugal vs France

Venue: Budapest

Time: 12:30 AM IST (June 24)

Head to Head Stats

Germany vs Hungary

Played – 33

Germany won:13

Hungary won: 10

Draw: 10

Portugal vs France

Played: 27

Germany won: 6

France won: 19

Draw: 2

Germany form guide at UEFA Euro 2020: L-W

Hungary form guide at UEFA Euro 2020: L-D

Portugal Form Guide (all competitions): W-D-W-W-L

France Form Guide (all competitions): W-W-W-W-D

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