Hungary vs Croatia

Hungary vs Croatia : Euro 2020 qualifier Hungary vs Croatia, TV channel, kick-off time, and team news.Last year’s World Cup finalists narrowly scraped past Azerbaijan in their opening match of the campaign – and now face the Magyars who fell to defeat against Slovakia.

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Hungary vs Croatia
European Championship Qualifying 2020
Place: Groupama Arena – Budapest, HUN
Date: 24-Mar-2019
Time: 1:00 AM ET

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CROATIA travel to Budapest to take on Hungary, looking for an easier fixture in the Euro 2020 qualifier. Zlatko Dalic’s men had to fight back from a goal down to beat Azerbaijan in their opener – and now take a Magyars outfit who suffered defeat at the hands of Slovakia.

Hungary is off to a brilliant start in the 2020 Euro qualifiers as The Hawks defeated Scotland 3-0 in the first matchday of the competition. Baktiyar Zaynutdinov, Yan Vorogovskiy and Yuriy Pertsukh scored the goals that led the Eurasian side to victory past the Brits.

Having finished seventh in the Nations League C overall rankings, they’re far from guaranteed a play-off place so will ned to qualify automatically.

Croatia, somewhat more surprisingly, also looked as though they were going to drop point on Thursday.

Croatia started off the qualifiers with a rough 3-1 loss against Belgium and must now try and get back on track. Denis Cheryshev scored the lone goal for Stanislav Cherchesov’s team against the Red Devils as Aleksandr Golovin was red carded in the clash and will now miss this game.

However, goals from Rangers’ Borna Barišić and a late curler from Andrej Kramarić saw them to a narrow 2-1 win.

Despite that underwhelming display, Zlatko Dalić’s side should make it two wins out of two here.

Hungary vs Croatia : Match preview

It’s already looking like an uphill battle for Hungary in this group.

Having finished seventh in the Nations League C overall rankings, they’re far from guaranteed a play-off place so will ned to qualify automatically.

That looks like a big ask even at this early stage.

Marco Rossi’s side were beaten 2-0 in Slovakia on Thursday and desperately need to respond.

Croatia, somewhat more surprisingly, also looked as though they were going to drop point on Thursday.

They found themselves a goal down at home to Azerbaijan in their group opener.

However, goals from Rangers’ Borna Barišić and a late curler from Andrej Kramarić saw them to a narrow 2-1 win.

Despite that underwhelming display, Zlatko Dalić’s side should make it two wins out of two here.

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