Hungary have been drawn the toughest possible group and will square up to Portugal, France and Germany. They begin with a match against the Euro 2016 winners and they have a decent record in Budapest.
Although they aren’t expected to progress from Group F, the Hungarians will need to be at their best if they are to pick up anything here. They did manage to draw 3-3 with Fernando Santos’ side five years ago, and although their squad is slightly weaker this time around, they will still fancy their chances of getting something here.
With two home matches in the space of the opening two weeks, Hungary will be looking to take full advantage, however, they may just fall short.
Portugal ended their preparations for Euro 2020 with a convincing victory over Israel and Bruno Fernandes is likely to be key to their progress this summer. They barely won a game during Euro 2016, although they have a number of players who come off the back of positive campaigns. They are a short price to get off to a winning start, and they should manage to justify their odds-on quotes.
However, Hungary won’t make it easy for them and they are likely to keep it close throughout the 90 minutes.