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Germany v Hungary: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

Hosts Germany made the perfect start to Euro 2024 by hammering Scotland and they'll fancy their chances once more against a Hungary side that was all at sea in an opening loss to Switzerland.

The Germans will be keen to take control of Group A when they run out in Stuttgart on Wednesday evening and it's hard to see how Hungary can prevent them from doing so.

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How to watch Germany v Hungary and TV channel

Germany v Hungary will be shown live on BBC1 in the UK.

Germany v Hungary kick-off time, date and venue

The game between Germany and Hungary is scheduled for a 17:00 GMT start on Wednesday 19th June at the Stuttgart Arena, home of VfB Stuttgart, in Germany's Baden-Wurttemberg state.

Germany v Hungary stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

The German quest for a fourth European Championship title began in perfect fashion as they dismantled Scotland 5-1 in Friday's tournament opener.

Julian Nagelsmann will have been thrilled to see five different scorers as his side enjoyed 68 per cent of the ball and had 20 attempts at goal, albeit Scotland played the entire second half with ten men.

The Hungarians went down 3-1 against Switzerland in Cologne on Saturday afternoon, Barnabas Varga briefly giving them some hope after they'd trailed 2-0 at the interval but a stoppage time strike sealed it for the Swiss after some careless defending.

Hungary have an excellent historical record against Germany and are unbeaten in the last three clashes, including a 1-0 UEFA Nations League success in September 2022 in Leipzig.

Germany v Hungary head-to-head record (H2H)

Germany wins




Hungary wins


 *H2H stats refer to all competitions and friendlies

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Germany v Hungary team news

Germany team news

Nagelsmann has no injury problems from the win over Scotland, with Ilkay Gundogan emerging unscathed from the rash challenge that saw Ryan Porteous sent off.

Considering the ease of their win, the hosts will be somewhat disappointed to have had Robert Andrich and Jonathan Tah booked.

Hungary team news

Loic Nego and Callum Styles both missed out against Switzerland and are unlikely to be involved here.

Hajduk Split midfielder Laszlo Kleinheisler came off the bench in the opener and could be pushing for a start.

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