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Don’t Miss Out! Best Betting Props for Germany vs Hungary Euro Match

Hungary found itself up against it throughout their opening-day match vs. Switzerland, losing 3-1. Now, Hungary enters their second match as +1105 underdogs as they take on a German side that is hitting its stride under their new manager Julian Nagelsmann, demolishing Scotland 5-1, and they have what it takes to get a second straight victory on home soil.

What’s the best bet to cash in on Wednesday’s Hungary vs Germany match? Let’s find out! Click here to view real-time Euros betting odds.

Don't Miss Out! Best Betting Props for Germany vs Hungary Euro Match
Germany's forward #07 Kai Havertz-Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP



Germany vs Hungary Game Information

  • Game: Germany vs Hungary
  • Location: MHPArena, Stuttgart, Germany
  • Day/Time: Wednesday, June 19, 12:00 p.m ET
  • Switzerland vs. Hungary Live Stream: Fubo.tv


  • Germany is undefeated in 2024, winning four and drawing once.
  • Germany has scored 2+ goals vs. Scotland, Greece, the Netherlands, and France this year.
  • Each of Hungary’s last three matches has featured 3+ goals.
  • Hungary has conceded 2+ goals to Lithuania, Bulgaria, Ireland, and Switzerland this season.


Kroos Leads Germany’s Euro Charge: Why Over 2.5 Goals is a Lock Bet

After delivering the most lop-sided victory of the tournament (so far), Germany will be liking their chances of making it two wins in a row against a Hungary side that has given them problems in recent years, with two draws and a loss in their last three meetings. I’m backing them to come away with yet another high-scoring victory and continue their impressive run of form. At +103, Germany to score over 2.5 goals is like taking candy from a baby – we’re backing them to hit the Over in our Euro betting picks.

Die Mannschaft have succumbed to a decade of consistent disappointment and embarrassingly early exits from major tournaments, but they find themselves as the third-favorite for the title in Berlin at +450 in our sportsbook, slightly behind France (+350) and England (+400) thanks to a resurgence in form in recent months. Bolstered by the return of Toni Kroos, Germany breathed composure and was able to put Scotland up against a corner from start to finish in a comfortable 5-1 victory. It is shaping up to be a magical last dance for Kroos in what will be his final tournament as a professional footballer, and he should prove essential once again as Germany challenges for yet another win.

With Jamal Musiala and Florian Wirtz, Germany has two world-class attacking midfielders who are capable of weaving past opponents and torching them on the counter as well as finding a solution against a deep block with their ingenuity and precision. They also have a certain Kai Havertz who is finding form at the right moment with six goals and three assists in his last eight matches, and a traditional striker in Niclas Fulkrug who is capable of occupying a backline, holding up the ball, and battling for aerial duels.

The BVB striker came off the bench and scored the fourth goal with a firecracker from the edge of the box, making it his 12th goal in 17 matches, the bulk of those coming off the bench with just 702 minutes played.



Back a High-Scoring Win in This Euro Parlay Pick

Hungary’s 14-match unbeaten streak came to an end in stunning fashion in Cologne as the Swiss cut them apart with well-drilled passing and clinical attacking, always looking one step quicker than their opponents.

It took some individual brilliance from Dominik Szoboszlai, who teed up an inviting cross and put it on a plate for Varga, for Hungary to gain a foothold, but they were unable to make it count. In the 93rd minute, Swiss goalkeeper Yann Sommer booted it up the pitch, and rather than heading it back to safety, Willi Orbán made a mess out of it and headed it into the path of Embolo, who collected it onto his chest before chipping it past the goalkeeper.

It’s schoolboy errors like this that could prove costly for them as they look to eke out a victory against a German side that has regained their confidence under Nagelsmann and boasts a world-class attacking ensemble. I’m backing Germany to come away with the three points in our Euro parlay bets.



Questions Of The Day

Which team is likely to win this week in the Euro?

Germany is proving unstoppable at the moment, and they will likely have too much in the tank for Hungary.

Which player is likely to score or assist this week in the Euro?

Kai Havertz has been a force to be reckoned with in recent months, and he is more than capable of putting Hungary to the test.

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