I'm sure most of the tipsters would be missing the club football for the next 12 days due to the International Break but nevertheless, there are lots of International fixtures to bet on before the club football matches resume. But Before that, I'm sure the international games will definitely yield a lot of profits for we tipsters.

This will be the first round of the Euro 2020 group E match between Slovakia and Hungary. The first leg fixture of this match will take place at the Stadion Antona Malatinskeho, home ground of the Slovakian National Team. Therefore, being the first round of the Euro 2020 qualifier, the host Slovakia will be very determined to win and start the tournament smoothly with a victory and this game will absolutely not be a difficult task for coach Hapal and his players considering the fact that the Slovakia team are 23 points higher than their opponent in the FIFA rankings. Besides, playing in front of their fans at the Štadión Antona Malatinského Arena will be a major boost for the players to win all 3 points here, and shift their focus on the next fixture against the Welsh team. The group E table consists of the likes of Croatia, Wales, Hungary and Azerbaijan. However, the Slovakian team obviously has a lot of opportunities to snatch the tickets to the Euro 2020 competition next year, but everything requires a high level of focus and confidence from the whole team, otherwise they will be shocked by the teams that are even below them in FIFA Rankings.


With a high number of profiled players at the Slovakian national team compared to the visitors, it is cleared that the the host has as an advantage to get the 3 points in this opening match. Not only that, the team are also playing on their home turf, which will be another huge advantage for them considering the fact that they have won 6, drew 1 and lost 3 in their last 10 matches at the Štadión Antona Malatinského. The two main obstacles for Slovakia to get a ticket for EURO 2020 in Group E are Wales and Croatia, So coach Pavel Hapal's and his team needs to win their home games against the team that are below them in rankings before facing this two teams, and probably hoping for a win or draw situation against them will benefit the Slovak falcons. Statistics shows that the two teams have only met each other once before and that was in an International friendly match, in which the score line ended in a goalless draw. This time, history will be difficult to repeat itself because 11 years have passed, and the Slovakian team is now stronger than the Hungarian team, with a lot of better quality players.

Hungary V Slovakia 1-1 International Friendly: Source


Unlike the host, Hungary will really find it difficult going pass the group stage because of the top teams paired with them. Although, playing at Slovakia's turf tomorrow is certainly a lot of trouble for Marco Rossi's team, but the only thing the Hungarian players can be confident about on this visit is that the current form of the host is not that good. So if they can capitalize on this and probably use it to their own advantage, then the guest might spring a surprise victory at the Stadion Antona Malatinskeho Arena. The Hungarian team as recently played in the series of UEFA Nations League matches winning 3, drawing 1 and losing just once. Since then, the players are now playing more collectively as team, all thanks to the coach Marco Rossi who have been labeled the best tactician by the fans, since he took over from George Leekens. Earning just a point on the road against Slovakia would be a very good result considering how tough they are when playing in front of their fans. The guest will have to be fully focus defensively if at all they want to savage more than one point in the match.


  • Slovakia holds a 100% unbeaten record against Hungary in the last decade.
  • At home, Slovakia has never conceded a goal against Hungary.
  • The both teams last met over a decade ago, sharing spoils in a 1-1 friendly draw


This will surely be a one sided game, because the host Slovakia have a team that is far superior to their opponent's Hungary, and this means that they are expected to dominate and hold a good chance to win this clash easily. So banking on Slovakia to win is of great value and its worth it 100%.


  • Slovakia to win @ odd 1.76