Hungary vs Portugal Bet Builder Tips – 20/1 Prediction

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Group F of Euro 2020 kicks off with Hungary vs the reigning European champions Portugal and we have got a bet builder tip for this match where we’re expecting an easy victory for Portugal, and a few goals.

Hungary is the outsider of this so-called “Group of Death”, especially when you consider that they didn’t qualify directly from their group. They secured their place through the UEFA Nations League. However, their recent form is quite impressive, with 11 games unbeaten streak.

Portugal is the champions of Euro 2016 which was their first international tournament win, and they will have a point to prove this time around. Probably they have more quality in their squad now than in the previous tournament, so this could be exciting times to be a Portugal fan.

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Portugal to Win

This is a group that also has Germany and France in it, so Portugal does not have the luxury to make any slip up in a game where they are the favourites. Led by their talisman Cristiano Ronaldo, they will be eager to show that the Euro 2016 triumph was not a coincidence.

This could well be Ronaldo’s last major international tournament, so he will be desperate to sign off in a style. Hungary are on a good, unbeaten run recently, but the gap in quality for this match is evident to see, so we fully expect Portugal to start their title defence in style, and kick-off their Euro 2020 journey with an expected win against Hungary. The odds for a Portugal win stand at 2/5.


Diogo Jota to Score First

Although he struggled with injuries in the 2020/21 season, every time he was on the pitch, whether it was for Liverpool or Portugal, he showed the incredible quality, and goal threat he possesses. To put it simply, he looked like scoring almost every time he got a chance.

The focus will undoubtedly be on Cristiano Ronaldo, so Diogo Jota will thrive in the space the Hungary defence leave while focusing on Ronaldo. We are backing Jota to kick off the Portugal defence of the trophy by scoring their first goal, and the odds for that are appealing – 4.22/1.


Cristiano Ronaldo to have 2+ shots on target

Who else, but the star who has marked the last 15 years? There are people writing him off because of his age, and the fact that he has not been able to lead Juventus anywhere near the Champions League trophy, so he will be full of motivation to prove his doubters wrong.

He simply thrives on the big occasion, and given the fact that Hungary’s defence looks vulnerable at times, he will cause serious headaches for them, and he will be a constant threat from open play and dead balls. Ronaldo thrives when he plays for his country and we’re expecting him to pepper the Hungary goal on Tuesday.


Adam Nagy to be carded

The Bristol City central midfielder is not a regular in the referee’s notebook domestically, but he has picked up two yellow cards in recent World Cup qualifiers for his country. He has got three bookings in his last 10 international matches and given that he will be spending most of the match against Portugal defending from his central role, this looks a good bet for a booking.


Portugal vs Hungary Bet Builder Tip

Portugal to win

Diogo Jota to score first

Cristiano Ronaldo to have 2+ shots on target

Adam Nagy to be carded

ODDS – 20/1 with William Hill.


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