Battle for the Round of 16: Scotland vs. Hungary in European Championship Group A

Battle for the Round of 16: Scotland vs. Hungary in European Championship Group A

Who will have a chance of reaching the round of 16?

The last match day in our European Championship Group A is upon us. Scotland will face Hungary in Stuttgart and can still hope to advance. It starts on Sunday at 9 p.m.

The Scots were able to preserve a slim chance of reaching the round of 16 with a hard-fought 1-1 draw against Switzerland on Wednesday. ManUnited star Scott McTominay (27) had shot his “Bravehearts” into the lead early on, before former Bayern ace Xherdan Shaqiri (32) equalized with a dream goal.

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Scotland coach Steve Clarke (60): “It was a good reaction to a disappointing night. We are still in the tournament. (…) I think it was a good team performance against a good opponent.”

Hungary recently suffered a 0:2 defeat against our German national team, meaning they are still without a point in this European Championship. But with a win against the Scots, they could still dream of progressing.

Coach Marco Rossi (59): “We are not mathematically eliminated from the European Championship and in the last game we will try everything to win.”

Which Premier League star can put his stamp on the game – Hungary’s Dominik Szoboszlai (l., Liverpool FC) or Scotland’s Scott McTominay (Manchester United)?


Euro 2024: How Hungary and Scotland will reach the round of 16

  • Scotland: With a win against Hungary, the Scots would most likely reach the round of 16 as one of the four best third-placed teams in their group. If the Bravehearts win by a large margin and Switzerland loses by several goals against Germany, they could even finish second.
  • Hungary: With a bit of luck, the three points from a win against Scotland could be enough to advance to the knockout phase as one of the best third-placed teams.

Who is showing Scotland – Hungary live?

The duel between Scotland and Hungary on the last preliminary round of the 2024 European Championship will take place on Sunday at 9 p.m. in Stuttgart.

Please note: The game will not be broadcast on free TV. Only the paid provider MagentaTV (ad) will show the match live.

Scotland against Hungary is one of five matches that will be broadcast exclusively on MagentaTV. MagentaTV is Telekom’s paid streaming service. To be able to watch all of the European Championship games live and exclusively on TV, you need a subscription that costs around 10 euros per month.

Euro 2024: Scotland – Hungary in the live ticker

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2024-06-23 05:00:17
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