How to watch England vs Hungary World Cup qualifier online

Posted: 12 October 2021 5:40 pm
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In-form England hosts Hungary, needing just 2 wins to secure a place in the 2022 Qatar World Cup.

SUMMARY: England vs Hungary is exclusive to Optus Sport. If you already have an Optus Sport subscription, you are all set. If not, you can save over 22% on Optus Sport with an annual subscription.

Just weeks after a 4-0 thrashing of Hungary in Budapest and days after a clinical 5-0 demolition of minnows Andorra, England's football team returns to Wembley Stadium. The hosts are at the top of their European World Cup qualifying group and need just 2 wins to secure a ticket to the 2022 Qatar World Cup.

England leads its group with 19 points from 7 matches. Hungary's World Cup dream is all but over. The Hungarians sit fourth on the Group I table on 10 points and need something of a miracle to make it.

When is England vs Hungary World Cup qualifier?

This clash kicks off at 5:45am AEDT on Wednesday 13 October at London's iconic Wembley Stadium.

How to watch England vs Hungary live

European World Cup qualifiers, plus a heap of other top flight football, are broadcast live and exclusively via Optus Sport. Matches from other federations across the world are broadcast by varied partners, so we have a full guide to watching World Cup qualifiers for you.

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Optus Sport offers coverage of some of the most popular football competitions in the world, headlined by exclusive rights to the Premier League. While it no longer has a free trial, Optus Sport is available to everyone, regardless of whether or not they are existing Optus customers.

That means you can easily catch games involving England, Spain, Portugal, reigning World Cup champions France and the rest on Optus Sport.

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Who will win England vs Hungary?

England manager Gareth Southgate pulled a surprise in last weekend's match against Andorra, resting skipper Harry Kane in favour of Tammy Abraham who has been in sparkling form at Roma under Kane's old Tottenham boss José Mourinho.

Manchester City star Phil Foden put in a wonderful shift against Andorra and was comfortably the man of the match. Foden was more than ably assisted by his Manchester United counterpart Jadon Sancho, who made light work of Andorra's defence.

Southgate has his Three Lions team purring right now. England has scored 14 goals and conceded just 1 since its loss on penalties to Italy in the Euro final in July. Hungary meanwhile has just 1 win from its last 8 matches. We suspect that trend will continue.

England 3-0.

Keen to know about more sports streaming? Check out our full guide here. If you're not sure who to stream with, we've got an Optus vs Kayo comparison.

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