How to watch England vs Hungary: TV channel, live stream and kick-off time
England vs Hungary live stream: How can I watch Nations League game live for FREE on TV in UK today?
England will play their final match of the Nations League this summer when they come up against Hungary for the second time in a week. Gareth Southgate's men will hope to bounce back after three disappointing performances - they are so face winless having faced Hungary, Germany and Italy.
England are currently bottom of the Nations League group, and will look for a positive result as they carry momentum into the upcoming World Cup in Qatar in December.
The mood around England has seemingly dampened since their fantastic Euro 2020 campaign, and they'll need to put in a positive performance as they'll only play two more games after this before the World Cup.
Yet to win and rooted to the bottom of Group A3, England play only two more games before the World Cup, with those a trip to Italy before playing Germany at Wembley.
With that in mind, three points at Molineux feel vital, even aside from how well Hungary have played so far.
England face Hungary at Molineux on Tuesday in their final UEFA Nations League fixture and Gareth Southgate's men are currently propping up League A Group 3. Like France's position after Monday's home loss to Croatia, these games appear to be a few too many for the Three Lions at the end of a demanding season. A win would move the English off the foot of the table while Italy lead the way and take on third-placed Germany at the same time.
Winless and without a goal from open play through their three Nations League fixtures so far, England are stuck at the bottom of their group and one bad result away from a summer of soul searching. Looking to take full advantage today are Hungary, who beat England 1-0 in the reverse fixture and could have scored one or two more. Read on to find out how to watch an England vs Hungary live stream and see the 2022 Nations League online, no matter where you are in the world - including ways to watch the game absolutely FREE.
Gareth Southgate has supplied regulars with opportunities to pin their starting places down while also handing chances to several fringe figures, but the only player who’s consistently impressed is Jarrod Bowen. Everybody else has played well below their level, and the ongoing disconnect between Harry Kane and his teammates is growing more alarming with each passing game.
After their opening defeat in Hungary, the Three Lions failed to assert themselves against highly experimental Germany and Italy teams, and a Nations League campaign that had been billed as a chance to fine-tune the team's setup now has the potential to trigger a full-blown identity crisis.
With their next Nations League clash more than two months away, England suddenly have a lot riding on today's game. Follow our guide to get an England vs Hungary live stream and watch the 2022 Nations League online from anywhere.
England: This campaign has not gone according to plan so far with a surprise defeat to Hungary in Budapest followed by a draw in Germany and a goalless remake of last summer's UEFA Euro 2020 final vs. Italy. Three points could move England towards the Azzurri in the group with the Italians and the Germans to come before these fixtures are complete come September.
Hungary: It has been a mixed bag for the Magyars so far with that win over England followed up by a narrow loss to European champions Italy and then a draw with Germany. Avoiding defeat here could keep the Hungarians in contention near the top of League A Group 3 and in the race for an unexpected semifinals berth.
Pick: England by a few goals. This one should see Southgate's men wake up and if they do, they should see off Hungary with relative ease. Given the fatigue factor and the visitors' ability to make life difficult for some of Europe's better teams, a draw should not be discounted. However, a 3-1 English win sounds about right.
Where to watch England vs Hungary
TV channel: The game will be broadcast free on Channel 4, with coverage starting at 7pm BST before kick-off at 7.45pm.
Live stream: All 4 will offer a live stream service.
LIVE coverage: Follow all of the action with Standard Sport’s dedicated match blog. Both Simon Collings and Malik Ouzia will be providing expert analysis from the ground.