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Hungary will aim to claim another memorable result against Germany when they do battle in their next Uefa Nations League Group 3A encounter at the Puskas Arena in Budapest on Saturday evening.

The Hungarian side will be looking to bounce back and return to winning ways after they fell to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Italy in their previous game played at the Orogel Stadium – Dino Manuzzi after Nicolò Barella and Lorenzo Pellegrini cancelled out Gianluca Mancini’s own goal on Tuesday evening.


Germany, meanwhile, are looking to claim their first win in the group stages after playing out to their second consecutive draw when they settled for a 1-1 draw against England in a packed Allianz Arena on Tuesday.

Hungary will enter this fixture sitting in second place on the Group 3A standings with three points from two games, while Germany are currently placed third in the group with two points, one point behind their next opponents after two matches.

In head-to-head stats between the two sides, Germany has the upper hand over Hungary, having three out of the last five meetings by at least two goals, while the Hungarians have only won once, the last clash between the two nations ended in a thrilling 2-2 at the Allianz Arena on 23 June 2021.


Marco Rossi is expected to be without midfielder Adras Schafer, who is suspended for the game after picking up his second booking of the tournament, while Hansi Flick will only have one player out of contention for Saturday’s game in Budapest after Marco Reus picked up an injury.

Players To Watch:

Ádám Szalai: 
The Hungarian captain will look to continue his scoring record against Germany after he scored the opening goal in their 2-2 draw against the German outfit at the 2020 Euros.

Kai Havrtz: The Chelsea attacker will be relishing the chance to open his scoring account in the competition, having played a total of 120 minutes of football in the group stages so far.

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