Greece vs Hungary: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick off time for UEFA Nations League encounter Watch Greece Vs. Hungary UEFA Nations League Live Stream: Start Time, Preview, How To Watch Online
BOTH Greece and Hungary have three points after two Nations League games.
Greece lost to the Magyars 2-1 in Budapest when Roland Sallai and Laszlo Kleinheisler netted for the home side.
Kostas Manolas replied for Greece who had earlier clocked up a 1-0 win over Estonia with Kostas Fortounis on the mark.
Hungary, meanwhile, lost their first game in the competition 1-0 to Finland.
Of the 19 games between the two countries Greece have won nine and there have been six draws.
But Hungary will always remember 1938 and their magical 11-1 victory over Greece.
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Next up for the two teams sees Greece go to Finland on Monday and Hungary visit Estonia on the same day.
How can I watch Greece vs Hungary and can I live stream the game?
This game will be shown live on Sky Sports Football via the red button.
Sky subscribers will be able to get this online and on the Sky Sports Mobile app.
Alternatively, you can catch all the action on our dedicated SunSport LIVE BLOG.
What time is the kick off?
The action gets underway at 7.45pm on Friday, October 12 at the Olympic Stadium in Athens.
Striker Krisztian Nemeth has joined the Hungary team for the first time since March.
Leading the line is Hoffenheim striker Adam Szalai, whose 15 goals in 48 appearances are 11 more than any other player on head coach Marco Rossi’s roster.