Poland hosts Hungary in round 10 of the World Cup qualification. The match will be played on Monday, November 15th at PGE Narodowy (Warsaw).
Poland received a new coach, Paulo Sousa, about a year ago. There were a lot of doubts about how the Portuguese would perform, and he leaves very controversial assessments as a coach. In general, the skepticism was confirmed at first: in March, the Poles did not beat Hungary and lost to England. And, most importantly, they failed at the Euro in the summer. They didn’t manage to qualify from the not very difficult group, earning only one point. But in the fall, the Eagles managed to step up noticeably. Only the British were able to play with them in a draw. All other games were won, which helped to gain a foothold in second place. Now it is clear that Poland will continue to fight for a ticket to the World Cup in the playoffs.
The Hungarians lost their chances for 2nd place in this group a long time ago. However, they looked quite good at the Euro. Like the Poles, the national team of Hungary did not progress from the group. Its company was very difficult, but the team managed to put up a fight in every match. Portugal was held back almost to the end, but the Magyars conceded three times in the last minutes. France managed to take only a draw. And they were twice in the lead in the match against Germany but missed the victory at the very ending. Against this background, defeats to such a modest opponent as Albania are surprising, but the reason is simple: last year Marco Rossi's players won their Nations League group, snatching 1st place from Russia. And it meant the Magyars would be able to compete for a ticket to the World Cup in additional playoffs. And no one hoped to compete with England for a victory in the group of the current qualification.
The national teams of Poland and Hungary played quite often earlier. But this year they finally crossed paths after a 10-year hiatus. And they issued a 3-3 draw, emphasizing the equality of confrontation throughout history: three wins and the same number of draws. By and large, the Poles and the Hungarians do not have any tournament tasks. Therefore, they can play for their pleasure and please the fans with an abundance of goals scored.
Bet Type: 3Way - result
Best Odds: 1.67 at
Stake: 2% bankroll (40 Units)
Date/Time: 15-Nov-2021 20:45 CET
Event Result: 1:2(0:1)
Profit: -40.00 Units