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If Hungary takes anything from the 3 matches then it would be a result for them. However, France has a higher aspiration, and one feels they need a bigger win to proceed to the competition’s following round. Photo Youtube

Group F pits three of Europe’s top nations against one another as the Euro holders Portugal, world champions France and 2014 World Cup winners Germany face a real fight to get to the knockout stages - while Hungary will have three huge tests to just get a point on the board.

If Hungary takes anything from the 3 matches then it would be a result for them. However, France has a higher aspiration, and one feels they need a bigger win to proceed to the competition’s following round.

Date, kick-off time, and venue

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The match will kick off at 6:30 am IST on Saturday June 19 at Budapest’s Puskas Arena.

How to watch

The Official Broadcasters of France and Hungary are as follows:

Countries Official Broadcasters
Hungary MTV
France BeIN Sports

Live Streaming of Hungary vs France on MTV

The Hungarian pay television channel that owns the Official Broadcasting Rights of UEFA Euro 2020 is MTV. In English it stands for Hungarian Television and is a nationwide public television broadcasting organization in Hungary. It is the oldest TV broadcaster in Hungary and has its headquarter in Budapest. MTV has various channels including its sports channel M4.

MTV Sports provides Live Streaming through out Hungary and other European countries in Ultra HD quality.

Subscription Charges

It charges $20 per month for all its channels and offers a seven-day free trial period for every new user. MTV also offers 30-days Free trial period only from United Kingdom.

MTV Sports channel will provide complete coverage of Hungary vs France on 19 June, 2021.

Live Streaming of Hungary vs France on BeIN Sports

BeIN (Beacon Evidence and Innovation Network) Sports is a global network of sports channels owned and operated by beIN Media Group. BeIN Sports France is the French version of the global sports network beIN Sports.

It was launched for the first time in France and owns the Official Broadcasting Rights to Stream Various International Tournaments including UEFA Euro Football Championship. BeIN Sports will provide Live and an additional pre-match preview programming and Highlights of all UEFA Euro matches in HD quality. BeIN Connect, also known as beIN Sports Connect, is an additional content provider service that was launched in 2014.

Available Countries:

BeIN Sports currently operates channels in the Middle East & North Africa, France, Spain, United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Turkey, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, and Thailand.

The on-demand content consists of sports highlights, movies, and TV shows. BeIN connect is available as a paid service in many countries and France is one of them (other countries include; Spain, United States, Canada, Turkey (in 2017), Asia-Pacific (in 2017) and the MENA region).

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France's Betting Odds

France had an impressive qualification campaign. They took 25 points from their 10 matches in Group H as they overcame some strong teams to get there. They finished top with Turkey just behind them in second on 23 points. Iceland and Albania – two sides that have qualified for major tournaments in recent years – also pushed them.

They won all of their matches except for the two against Turkey. They were beaten 2-0 at the Büyükşehir Stadium in Konya and drew 1-1 at the Stade de France. The only worry for Didier Deschamps is that the goals started to dry up for France as the qualification campaign went on.

Turkey were the only side to take points off France as Didier Deschamps’s side bossed Euro 2020 Qualifying Group H.

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Scoring 25 goals and only conceding 6, France finished top of the group, showing no signs of a World Cup hangover.

They have been the most dominant side in tournament football for the past 6 years. Reaching the final of Euro 2016 before winning the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

The draw at Euro 2020 looks particularly tough for Didier Deschamps’s side. Their opening game in Munich against Germany will be a real test of their credentials. The play-off winning team are next up before they look to exact revenge on Portugal.

Picking a group winner between Germany, Portugal and France is tough, with all three sides possessing plenty of qualities. France are currently the team to beat however and have plenty of big players within their ranks. France are 7/5 with Paddy Power to win Euro 2020 Group F.

With three teams potentially qualifying from the group, ensuring progression from the initial stages will be the priority for Didier Deschamps’s side. France are 1/10 with BetVictor to progress from Euro 2020 Group F in any capacity.

France have reached the finals in their last 2 major tournaments and they look to be amid a golden generation of international footballers. France are 9/4 with BetVictor to reach the final of Euro 2020.

France's Team News

Euro 2020 schedule: vs. Germany in Munich, June 15; vs. Hungary in Budapest, June 19; vs. Portugal in Budapest, June 23.

Qualifying: Group H winner

Euro 2016 result: Runner-up

Best result: Champion (1984, 2000)

FIFA ranking: Second

Coach: Didier Deschamps (France)

Goalkeepers: Hugo Lloris (Tottenham), Steve Mandanda (Marseille), Mike Maignan (Lille)

Defenders: Benjamin Pavard (Bayern Munich), Leo Dubois (Lyon), Raphael Varane (Real Madrid), Presnel Kimpembe (Paris Saint-Germain), Lucas Hernandez (Bayern Munich), Lucas Digne (Everton), Clement Lenglet (Barcelona), Kurt Zouma (Chelsea)

Midfielders: N’golo Kante (Chelsea), Paul Pogba (Manchester United), Adrien Rabiot (Paris Saint-Germain), Corentin Tolisso (Bayern Munich), Moussa Sissoko (Tottenham)

Attackers: Karim Benzema (Real Madrid), Olivier Giroud (Chelsea), Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain, Marcus Thuram (Borussia Monchengladbach), Kingsley Coman (Bayern Munich), Wissam Ben Yedder (Monaco), Antoine Griezmann (Barcelona), Thomas Lemar (Atletico Madrid), Ousmane Dembele (Barcelona)

Hungary's Betting Odds

Hungary got out of qualification Group E to get to this point. They finished fourth in the group of five but still managed to qualify. Croatia and Wales took the automatic spots in the group while Slovakia finished above them and made it through the play-offs. Hungary missed out on automatic qualification by just three points in the end. It was a disappointing blow for manager Marco Rossi but they made it out of the play-offs. They secured a convincing 3-1 win over Bulgaria in the semi-finals before a tricky fixture against Iceland in the finals. A late Dominik Szoboszlai secured the 2-1 win for Hungary to take them to the finals.

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It’s difficult to see how Hungary can progress from such a tough group, although they do have the benefit of playing their first two matches on home soil at the Puskas Arena in Budapest against Portugal and France.

After failing to qualify to a major tournament for 30 years, there have been definite signs of progress for Hungary in recent years, having now qualified for consecutive European Championship finals and secured promotion to the 2022-23 UEFA Nations League A.

The Magyars are a whopping 40/1 with SportNation to top Group F and 4/1 with BetVictor just to qualify (which could theoretically be achieved with a third place finish in the group).

Hungary's team news

Euro 2020 fixtures: vs. Portugal in Budapest, June 15; vs. France in Budapest, June 19; vs. Germany in Munich, June 23.

Qualifying: Playoff Path A winner

Euro 2016 result: Round of 16

Best result: Third-place (1964)

FIFA ranking: 37th

Coach: Marco Rossi (Italy)


Goalkeepers: Peter Gulacsi (RB Leipzig/GER), Denes Dibusz (Ferencvaros), Adam Bogdan (Ferencvaros)

Defenders: Bendeguz Bolla (Fehervar), Endre Botka (Ferencvaros), Attila Fiola (Fehervar), Akos Kecskes (Lugano/SUI), Adam Lang (Omonia/CYP), Gergo Lovrencsics (Ferencvaros), Willi Orban (RB Leipzig/GER), Attila Szalai (Fenerbahce/TUR)

Midfielders: Tamas Cseri (Mezokovesd), Daniel Gazdag (Budapest Honved), Filip Holender (Partizan Belgrade/SRB), Laszlo Kleinheisler (Osijek/CRO), Adam Nagy (Bristol City/ENG), Loic Nego (Fehervar), Andras Schafer (Dunajska Streda/SVK), David Siger (Ferencvaros)

Forwards: Janos Hahn (Paks), Nemanja Nikolic (Fehervar), Roland Sallai (Freiburg/GER), Szabolcs Schon (Dallas/USA), Adam Szalai (Mainz/GER), Kevin Varga (Kasimpasa/TUR), Roland Varga (MTK Budapest)

HUNGARY vs FRANCE: Predictions

We wouldn’t expect France vs. Portugal to feature a ton of goals, and we’ll be looking to play an under in that matchup, especially if we see rotated sides. It will depend on the situation and who needs what to qualify, but both teams’ styles contrast each other in ways that make for a cagey affair without a ton of scoring chances.

France is the consensus favorite to win the tournament, but will be tested much more in the group stage than it was in the World Cup or last European championship.

The French have a plethora of attacking talent, buoyed by the return of Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) up top to replace striker Olivier Giroud (Chelsea) in the starting lineup. He’ll make the country even more dangerous on the attack, which will line up in a conservative diamond 4-4-2 formation of sorts.

Eight of the 11 starters from the World Cup final are expected to start again, but rotation will be a key given how many minutes their key players have played for their domestic clubs.

France will start four natural center backs with Benjamin Pavard (Bayern Munich) on the right; Lucas Hernandez (Bayern Munich) on the left; Raphael Varane (Real Madrid); and, Presnel Kimpembe (Paris Saint-Germain) in the middle. That’s three of the same four from the 2018 squad, with Kimpembe replacing Samuel Umtiti.

Hungary has some decent players, but ultimately doesn’t have nearly enough firepower to hang in this group. The squad has been a decent sleeper to advance in any other group, but it’ll be a heavy underdog in all three matchups, even the two games they’re playing on home soil.

HUNGARY vs FRANCE: Previous meetings

• This is the first time Hungary have faced France since a 2-1 friendly defeat in Metz on 31 May 2005. Djibril Cissé and Florent Malouda were on target in the first half for the home side, Zsombor Kerekes pulling one back late on for Hungary.

• The teams have played eight previous games in Budapest, most recently a 3-1 France win in a March 1990 friendly. Éric Cantona scored twice for the visitors, for whom Franck Sauzée scored the other goal; Attila Pintér's penalty had briefly pulled Hungary back on level terms.

• That was France's first win in Budapest, where they have suffered six defeats including a 13-1 loss in June 1927 that featured a double hat-trick from József Takács and remains Hungary's record victory.

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• This is the sides' fifth UEFA European Championship meeting with Hungary having been victorious in three of the four previous encounters and drawn the other. They won 3-1 in Paris and 2-1 in Budapest in the 1964 quarter-finals, and followed a 1-1 draw in Budapest – the only other time France have avoided defeat in Hungary – with a 2-0 win in Paris in qualifying for the 1972 competition.

• The teams have twice crossed paths in the FIFA World Cup group stage. France were 3-1 winners at Argentina '78 before a 3-0 win in Mexico eight years later with Dominique Rocheteau scoring their third goal in each game.

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