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@5.00 odds to win on Germany-Hungary EURO 2024 clash

The Hungarian statistics with the Dutch referee are mixed so far, but there is one important sign!

Marco Rossi’s side take on Germany in Stuttgart early on Wednesday evening, a game that has a real stake for them. If we fail to turn the tables, we could be a long way from progressing, but 1 point would make everything look a lot better. In this article, we will look at the card and foul markets.

After Slavko Vincic, the referee of this year’s Champions League final, there is another star in the Hungarian team’s line-up, the Dutchman Danny Makkelie. This will be the 41-year-old’s fourth match with the skipper, and the overall picture is mixed, although there is one not insignificant match in the extended list.

Makkelie has served as head referee in three matches so far, in 2017 in a World Cup qualifier Portugal won 1-0 in Budapest with Tamás Priskin retiring in the 30th minute, in 2021 in Albania he also brought no luck to Hungary, and last November he assisted in the defeat of Montenegro in a no-stakes qualifier for the European Championship – the latter match resulted in 11 yellow cards.

It is interesting to note that Makkelie was the fourth referee in the group game in Munich 3 years ago, when Hungary finished 2-2 after leading twice against Germany.

Neither we Hungarians played a really tough game against Switzerland, nor the Germans against Scotland, of course, you can’t take that as a starting point. However, the 3.5 line, which means that 22bet would pay well over double for at least 4 penalty cards, does not seem to be a coincidence. The recent three meetings between the two teams have resulted in a total of 12 yellow cards, with an average of 19 fouls.

Even if we don’t dare to play the card under, we’ll go for fouls at 22.5. Hungary is not a tough team at all, even in the subordinate role against the Swiss, Schäfer’s team only fouled 9 times, while we don’t expect many fouls from the Germans, unlike in the Scottish game.

Best free picks for Germany-Hungary

This is somewhat contradicted by two picks, both involving the Union Berlin player. Schäfer fouled 3 times against the Swiss, which was a third of the total, and he will probably have his work cut out for him in midfield again. So we’d foul the 25-year-old twice and award him a yellow card at odds of nearly 5 times.

Pick1: Under 22.5 fouls @1.87código bônus 22bet
Pick2: Schäfer over 1.5 fouls @2.05código bônus 22bet
Pick3: Schäfer to be booked @5.00código bônus 22bet

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