Hungary v Norway tips – Magyars will keep things tight in Budapest

Magyars will keep things tight in Budapest

Zoltan Gera, Hungary

Under 1.5 Goals

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Betting Tip: Under 1.5 Goals @ 13/8 with ladbrokes

László Kleinheisler was handed his debut in Oslo on Thursday night and the 21-year-old had a night to remember after scoring the only goal of Hungary’s first leg play-off match against Norway.

The Videoton midfielder will almost certainly retain his spot for Sunday’s second leg as the Magyars look to seal their spot at Euro 2016 next summer, although Bernd Storck will be preaching caution after that first leg victory.

There are ninety minutes where anything can happen in Budapest, with Norway having to play an offensive game at the Groupama Stadium in a bid to overturn that deficit.

The fact that Hungary have an away goal makes them strong favourites to go through, with Norway having to score three times to qualify if their opponents find the net during this match.

Only Northern Ireland were able to win in Budapest during the regular qualifying campaign, with goalless draws achieved against Romania and Greece. The same sort of outcome could feasibly happen in this match, with Norway having been relatively toothless on the road in qualifying.

Away to Malta was the only occasion where they scored more than one goal, with a sum total of thirteen scored during ten games.

Therefore, we’ll plump for a low-scoring encounter on Sunday night, with Hungary probably doing enough to get over the line and have champagne corks popping in Budapest.

Betting Tip: Under 1.5 Goals @ 13/8 with ladbrokes

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