This looks like a decent game for Portugal to end the group phase with should they still need points, as not only should Hungary provide the weakest opposition in Group F, but few of their players will be used to playing three such high-profile games in a little over a week. They could well be both physically and emotionally drained by this point, so carefully evaluate where to place you bet for this Euro 2016 event.
Depending on the group situation at the time, the Hungary v Portugal betting odds may well reflect the gulf between the two teams in terms of ability. This is the sort of game where one can envisage Cristiano Ronaldo helping himself to a goal or two and backing him for the first goal might be a tempting proposition with any Hungary v Portugal free bets. It’s just as well that Portugal can rely upon Ronaldo because, as always seems to be the case, Portugal go into a major finals lacking a dependable quality striker.
Should he start, it could be a busy night for 40-year-old Gabor Kiraly in the Hungarian goal, in what very well be his final appearance for the Magyars. Another veteran who will be well-known to English fans is Ferencvaros midfielder Zoltan Gera, with the 37-year-old still having a key role in Bernd Storck’s plans.
After a 30-year absence from appearing at any major international finals, just being in France is a success for Hungary. Anything they can achieve beyond the group stage would be a huge bonus.
Hungary and Portugal have met five times previously, with the Portuguese boasting a 100% record. This might not be a particularly impressive Portuguese team, but they should be certainly capable of extending that winning run here.