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

Scotland face Hungary in Stuttgart on Sunday evening as Group A concludes at Euro 2024, with Steve Clarke's side knowing a win would likely secure passage to the knockout stages.

The Tartan Army have never before progressed from the group stages of a major international tournament, but a win over a Hungarian side that has lost both games so far should prove enough for the Scots to move on as one of the best third place finishers at worst.  

Scotland v Hungary

How to watch Scotland v Hungary and TV channel

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

Scotland v Hungary kick-off time, date and venue

Scotland v Hungary kicks off at 20:00 (BST) on Sunday 23rd June at the Stuttgart Arena in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

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

Scotland and Hungary come into this concluding Group A clash in third and fourth places, respectively.

The Scots suffered a nightmare start to the tournament, losing 5-1 to hosts Germany in the curtain raiser, while Hungary were beaten 3-1 by Switzerland.

The Hungarians then lost 2-0 to Germany in this venue, while Scott McTominay's deflected goal helped Scotland wrestle a point from Switzerland.

Given the goal differentials, even a win is unlikely to see Clarke's team leapfrog the Swiss in the event Murat Yakin's team lose to Germany, while Hungary must win this game and hope three points is enough to be one of the six best third place finishers that move into the last-16.

These nations last met in a 2018 friendly, which Scotland won 1-0.

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

Scotland wins

3

Draws

2

Hungary wins

4

*H2H stats refer to all competitions

Scotland v Hungary team news

Scotland team news

The Scots were rocked in midweek by the loss of influential defender Kieran Tierney. The 27-year-old picked up a hamstring injury against the Swiss and will play no further part at Euro 2024.

Ryan Porteous serves the second of his two-game suspension for a red card against Germany, while assistant manager John Carver reported Ryan Jack to be 'under the weather' ahead of the game.

Hungary team news

The Magyars have not reported any injury concerns since losing to Germany.

Boss Marco Rossi is likely to rely on a similar starting XI, though the likes of Loic Nego, Callum Styles and striker Martin Adam may hope to come into contention.

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