Wales are in decent form, having lost just two of their nine most recent fixtures (W5, D2, L2). Their fixtures have tended to be tight, with four of those five victories coming by way of a mere one-goal margin. In turn, four of their five most recent wins have all been accompanied by a cleansheet.
Furthermore, the ‘Dragons’ have conceded over 1.5 goals in just two of their previous 12 matches. Discipline has been a problem area in recent matches involving Wales through, as Wales’ last four matches have produced 24 yellow cards and one red (either way) for an average of 6.25 cards per-game.
Hungary are in contrasting form to their opponents, having lost four of their previous five matches (W1, L4). All four of those losses saw them concede two or more goals, suggesting there is a defensive fragility within their ranks. Furthermore, they have conceded two goals inside the opening 30 minutes in two of their previous three matches.
The visitors’ faltering defence hasn’t been aided by a subpar attack that has scored one goal or less in six consecutive matches. Notably, though, three of the previous four goals they scored came in the first half
11.06.19 EUR Hungary Wales 1 : 0
09.02.05 FI Wales Hungary 2 : 0
31.03.04 FI Hungary Wales 1 : 2
16.04.75 EUR Hungary Wales 1 : 2
30.10.74 EUR Wales Hungary 2 : 0
WALES HOME WIN EITHER HALF