Hungary vs Wales: TV channel, live stream, squad news & preview
The Dragons visit Budapest as they look to bounce back from their defeat against Croatia last time out
Wales travel to Group E leaders Hungary for the third game of their Euro 2020 Qualifying campaign.
Ryan Giggs’ men fought hard but came away beaten in an even contest in Croatia as Ivan Perisic forced an own-goal and scored what proved to be the winner.
Hungary top the table despite being level with Croatia on six points due to their superior head-to-head record, having beaten them 2-1 at home in March.
WALES make the trip to Hungary looking for crucial points are to get their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign back on track.
Ryan Giggs’ men, the Hungarians, Croatia and Slovakia have all won their home games against each other so far, so taking something home from Budapest could be invaluable.
Gareth Bale will hope to give Wales a crucial victory in Budapest
Gareth Bale will hope to give Wales a crucial victory in BudapestCredit: Getty – Contributor
But they know they will need a better performance than Saturday’s 2-1 defeat in Croatia, which was far more one-sided than the scoreline suggests.
When is Hungary vs Wales?
Hungary vs Wales will be played on Tuesday, June 11.
The match will kick off at 7.45pm – 8.45pm in Budapest.
It will be held at the Hungarian capital’s Groupama Arena.
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What TV channel is Hungary vs Wales on and can I live stream it?
Hungary vs Wales will be live on Sky Sports Football.
Coverage will commence 45 minutes before kick-off at 7pm.
If you are a Sky Sports customer you can download the Sky Go app to watch on your computer, mobile or tablet.
If you’re not a Sky subscriber, grab a NOW TV pass from just £8.99 to stream on a number of devices.
In Hungary, MTVA and Sport1 have the Euro 2020 qualifying broadcast rights.
Zsoter Donat has withdrawn from the Hungary squad with an ankle injury but Tamas Kadar and Barnabas Bese could return after being ruled unfit to face Azerbaijan at the weekend.
Wales have a clean bill of health and the big question ahead of the match is whether Ryan Giggs will promote David Brooks to the starting line-up after his goal in Osijek.
Hungary vs Wales live streaming: Match preview
Can Wales bounce back?
On Saturday afternoon, they were beaten 2-1 in Osijek by World Cup runners up Croatia.
However, they do have three points from two games after their 1-0 win over Slovakia in March.
It’s imperative they add to that tally in Budapest.
Hungary currently lead the way in this group.
They did lost in Slovakia in March but bounced back by beating Croatia 2-1 at home.
On Saturday, they comfortably won 3-1 in Baku against the group’s whipping boys Azerbaijan.
This group will come down to fine margins so it is vital that Wales leave Groupama Aréna with at least a point if not all three.