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Hungary v England LIVE: Grealish starts while Bamford and Saka on the bench

Hungary v England LIVE: Grealish starts while Bamford and Saka on the bench

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England take on Hungary in their first international fixture since the Euro 2020 final in Budapest tonight.

Gareth Southgate’s side were the pride of the nation as they exceeded all expectations by reaching the showpiece event as they lost to Italy in a dramatic penalty shootout.

However attention is now shifted to next year’s World Cup and that’s why the trip to Hungary takes on added significance.

  • The clash in Budapest will kick off at 7.45pm.
  • TEAMS CONFIRMED:
    Hungary – Gulacsi, Orban, Szalai, Kecskes, Fiola, Kleinheisler, Bolla, Schafer, Szoboszlai, Sallai, Ad. Szalai.
    England – Pickford, Kyle Walker, Luke Shaw, Declan Rice, John Stones, Harry Maguire, Jack Grealish, Kalvin Phillips, Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, Mason Mount.
  • England haven’t lost to Hungary since 1962, in the World Cup.
  • Since that loss England have been victorious over Hungary 11 times in all competitions with the majority being recent friendlies.
  • talkSPORT will have updates throughout the day and you can listen through our radio player below.

Southgate and Harry Kane will lead the Three Lions once again this evening.

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Southgate and Harry Kane will lead the Three Lions once again this evening.

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