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Hungary vs England Replay Full Match Highlights & All Goals 4 June 2022

Full Match Hungary vs England All Goals Highlights 4 June 2022

Hungary vs England: Kick-off time, TV channel, live and team news for Nations League

The Three Lions boss will be without the influential Foden on Saturday after the Manchester City playmaker tested

Gareth Southgate will be without two of England’s most influential players in Phil Foden and Raheem Sterling on Saturday when the Three Lions kick off their 2022-23 Uefa Nations League campaign in Hungary.

England are seeking to improve on the previous tournament’s third-place finish in group A2 and advance to the Nations League finals next summer.

With Italy and Germany also in their group, victory over relative minnows Hungary is a must if the team is to challenge for top spot.

Missing the trip to Budapest is Foden, who grabbed four assists during the recent World Cup qualifying campaign and who also won’t be available for next week’s clash with Germany after testing positive for, while Sterling – one of England’s best players at the European Championship last summer – is out with an illness.

The England men’s national team are back in action this weekend as they kick off their latest UEFA Nations League campaign away to Hungary.

The Puskás Aréna Park in Budapest will be the venue as Garet Southgate’s side play their first competitive match since beating San Marino 10-0 in the final match of their FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifying campaign back in November.

The Three Lions had back-to-back friendly wins over Ivory Coast and Switzerland in March and these latest fixtures will serve as further preparations for the World Cup finals in Qatar later this year.

Ahead of the fixture, here is everything you need to know about how to the match on UK television and online:

The match is scheduled for a 5pm (BST) kick off on Saturday, June 5, 2022.

Budapest’s Puskás Aréna Park will host the match which is officially being played behind closed doors after the Hungarian FA were punished for racist abuse directed towards England players from their fans during the World Cup qualifier in Budapest on September 2.

However, there are expected to be around 3000 Hungarian supporters in attendance due to a loophole which allows children to attend along with one accompanying adult.

What channel is Hungary v England on?

Channel 4 will be the match exclusively in the UK.

Build up for the match starts at 4:15pm BST.

The won the right to show England’s Nations League matches as well as Euro 2024 qualifiers and friendlies over the next two years.

ITV and Sky were the previous for England men’s international matches.

England’s matches at the 2022 World Cup finals in Qatar will still be live on the BBC and ITV.

Hungary v England live

The match can be live via All4, Channel 4’s service which can be accessed via a web browser or via the app.

The All4 app is available to download from all mainstream app stores.

Hungary v England

England are the heavy favourites to win the match, starting off at 1/3.

Hungary are 8/1 to get the victory while the draw is priced at 7/2.

England to win 1-0 is the lowest priced correct score bet at 4/1 while skipper Harry Kane is the favourite to score the first goal 9/4.

Kane netted four goals in England’s last competitive match against San Marino and can be backed to score a hat-trick against Hungary at 17/1.

Hungary v England head-to-head record

England were 4-0 winners the last time they travelled to Budapest with Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane, Harry Maguire and Declan Rice on the scoresheet in September 2021.

However, Hungary put up much more of a fight at Wembley in October and were able to secure a 1-1 draw as they took the lead through a Roland Sallai penalty before John Stones equalised for the Three Lions.

The two nations have faced each other 24 times in their history, with England winning 16, Hungary winning just five and there being three draws.

Hungary have not beaten England since the 1962 World Cup finals.

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