Hungary vs Greece will be a meeting between two old acquaintances who had not met since 2018. On a new day of friendlies, the teams will measure the level of their teams and prepare for next year’s European Championship. Both teams are coming from a draw in the last round, so they will be looking to close the year giving joy to their fans.
At JefeBet we present you our analysis, and other information about the clash between these two teams that will surely be a great show, Hungary vs Greece.
Predictions, Odds, and Betting Preview for the Hungary vs Greece International Friendly on November 20, 2022
- Where: Puskás Aréna Park, Budapest, Hungary
- When: Sunday, November 20, 2022, 14:15 (GMT-5)
- BetMGM Moneyline:Hungary (+120) / Tie (+220) / Greece (+225)
- Unibet Asian Handicap:Hungary (AH -0.25, -112) / Greece (AH +0.25, -114)
- BetMGM Over/Under (2.5): Over (+130), Under (-190)
- Both teams score from BetMGM:Yes (-105) / No (-145)
Marco Rossi’s side comes into this Hungary vs Greece game on the back of a fantastic performance in Group 3 of the UEFA Nations League. The Hungarian team is second behind Italy. In their most recent friendly match against Luxembourg, Hungary drew 2-2. Attila Szalai and András Nemeth scored in the 25th and 67th minutes.
This new friendly match is a new opportunity to prepare for the new year and a reaffirmation of the good work that has been done during 2022.
Possible Hungary lineup: Denés Dibusz, Adám Lang, Attila Szalai, Willi Orbán, Attila Fiola, Zsolt Nagy, Dániel Gazdag, Adám Nagy, Callum Styles, Dominik Szoboszlai, Martin Adám.
The Greeks drew 2-2 in the last friendly match against Malta. Goals by Anastasios Bakasetas and Taxiarchis Fountas brought the game back from a penalty kick in Malta’s favor. In the UEFA Nations League, like their opponents, Greece had an excellent campaign and won in 5 of their 6 matches.
For this new duel between Hungary and Greece, Gus Poyet’s team will surely rely on players like Georgios Masouras and Dimitrios Pelkas to steal the victory from the Hungarians. After this day, it is hoped that the break will be beneficial to start next year’s European Championship with full energy.
Possible Greek lineup: Vasilios Barkas, Lazaros Rota, Pantelis Chatzidiakos, Georgios Tzavellas, Georgios Kyriakopoulos, Anastasios Bakasetas, Dimitrios Kourbelis, Petros Mantalos, Georgios Masouras, Fotis Ioannidis, Dimitrios Pelkas.
The good performances throughout the year and in the Nations League, make us think that Marco Rossi’s team will be the one to win this Hungary vs Greece. In addition, the locale will surely play a key role in the clash.
Prediction: Hungary win 2-1.