WAL vs HUN Dream11: The stakes couldn’t have been higher as Wales host Hungary in a crunch Euro 2020 winner-takes-all qualifier match. This will be a tough ask even for this Wales side, which is the most talented in some years. The reason being Wales need to win this game, while Hungary could do with a point here as they sit one point clear of their opponents in the points table. That said, Ryan Giggs men are in red-hot form, having collected 8 points from the last four games.
Here is everything you need to know about this game:
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Competition: Euro 2020 Qualifiers
Match Timing: November 20, @ 01:15 AM
Match Venue: Cardiff City Stadium
Wales are at home and are placed as favorites to win the game. Though, a 0-0 possibility is the least favored result here.
Here are the odds:
Wales to win: 18/25 (1.72) | Probability: 58.14%
Draw: 14/5 (3.8) | Probability to happen: 26.32%
A win for Hungary: 9/2 (5.5) | Probability to happen: 18.18%
Wales team news:
Wales are set to welcome back Joe Allen, having missed his team’s 0-2 win over Azerbaijan due to suspension. The former Liverpool and Swansea City man is expected to start in his usual position. Considering the stakes in this game, Allen’s close control of the ball and his cool head will be critical for Wales’ chances. Expect Ethan Ampadu to partner him in the central midfield.
Chris Mepham is expected to start in the center-back position Tom Lockyer, which means, Ashley Williams will be on the bench, while Ben Davies and Connor Robert will be the usual fullbacks.
expect Aron Ramsey to start the match ahead of Harry Wilson. The former Arsenal star came off the bench in the last game but should be in the starting line-up here due to the profile of this game.
Gareth Bale and Daniel James will be starting on the wings and on either side of striker Kieffer Moore.
Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey, Danny Ward, Adam Davies
Defenders: Chris Gunter, Ashley Williams, Ben Davies, Neil Taylor, Connor Roberts, Ethan Ampadu, Chris Mepham, Tom Lockyer, James Lawrence, Regan Poole
Midfielders: Aaron Ramsey, Joe Allen, Harry Wilson, Matthew Smith, Dylan Levitt, Daniel James, Will Vaulks, Morrell
Forwards: Gareth Bale, Sam Vokes, Tom Lawrence, Tyler Roberts, Rabbi Matondo, Kieffer Moore
Hungary team news:
Hungary will have to cope without their Hungary their star defender Willi Orban who is nursing an ankle injury, while Mihaly Korhut is out due to suspension. Zsolt Nagy is expected to replace Korhut in the playing 11.
Laszlo Kleinheisleruis not in the squad, while Zsolt Kalmar pulled out of the squad due to an injury. Adam Nagy is a sure shot in the playing 11 as a result, with Mate Vida playing alongside him in the midfield.
Adam Szalai will be leading the attack for the visitors, with Red Bill Salzburg playmaker Dominik Szoboszlai as well as Roland Sallai and captain Balazs Dzsudzsak starting in the creative role.
Goalkeepers: Péter Gulácsi, Dénes Dibusz, Ádám Kovácsik
Defenders: Gergő Lovrencsics, Ádám Lang, Mihály Korhut, Barnabás Bese, Botond Baráth, Zsolt Nagy, Attila Szalai, Bence Pávkovics
Midfielders: Balázs Dzsudzsák, Ádám Nagy, Máté Pátkai, István Kovács, Dominik Nagy, Dominik Szoboszlai, Máté Vida, Dávid Holman, Dániel Gazda
Forwards: Ádám Szalai, Roland Varga, Roland Sallai, Róbert Feczesin, Filip Holender, Donát Zsótér
Wales: Hennessey (goalkeeper), Davies, Lockyer, Mepham, Roberts, Ampadu, Allen, Bale, Ramsey, James, Moore
Hungary: Gulacsi (goalkeeper), Lovrencsics, Lang, Barath, Nagy, Vida, Nagy, Dzsudzsak, Sallai, Szoboszlai, Szalai
We will be updating the teams once the line-ups are out!
As discussed above, Wales are favorite to win the game but don’t rule Hungary out from this game as a draw will be enough from, which could see them playing on the counter-attack.