Follow the finale to Group F live here.

Portugal take on Hungary in their must win final group game clash at the Stade de Lyon on Wednesday (22 June).

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Kick-off is at 5pm BST. Live TV coverage of the game in the UK is available on BBC One. Radio commentary is available on BBC Radio 5 live. Live TV coverage in India is available on Sony Six and Sony ESPN, with mobile and online coverage available on SonyLiv. Kick-off is at9.30pmIST (Wednesday).

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Portugal were expected to sail through Group F after being paired alongside Iceland, Austria and Hungary, but now face the prospect of elimination if they don't get a positive result against surprise group leaders Hungary. Both teams can qualify with a draw, a result that will also ensure the top spot for the latter, which will give them a favourable draw in the next round.

Fernando Santos' team have been dominant in their opening two games against Iceland and Austria, but have struggled to convert possession into goals and have managed just one goal thus far.

Cristiano Ronaldo struggled with his finishing against Austria, missing a couple of chances including a penalty. A win will see the Portuguese top the group, while a draw will see them qualify as one of the best-placed third place teams, which will see them face England in the Round of 16.

Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo is yet to open his account at the 2016 European Championships Getty

Hungary are in unfamiliar territory at the top of the table, but have guaranteed themselves a place in the next phase of the tournament with a win over Austria and a draw against Iceland in their opening two games. Bernd Storck is expecting Portugal to have most of the possession and put them under pressure, and has called on his defence to be disciplined in the hope of getting a positive result and ensuring they retain the top spot in the group.

Portugal are unbeaten in their 10 clashes against Hungary thus far and lead the head-to-head 7-0. Their last meeting was during the qualifying rounds for the 2010 World Cup, which the Portuguese won 3-0.


  • Portugal to win

Betting odds (betfair)

  • Portugal win: 2/5
  • Draw: 29/10
  • Hungary win: 10

What manager's say

Fernando Santos (Portugal): I believe in my players. Why would I start being a pessimist all of a sudden? Everyone believed in our team until a couple of days ago. We played a really good game [against Austria] and now everyone questions us – that baffles me. We've been exemplary. We've worked hard, we're committed and have quality players. Why wouldn't I believe in them? That would make no sense. I believe we'll make it [to the final].

I'm sure [Cristiano Ronaldo] will get over everything and do what he does best. And he's always proven that what he does best is to score. I'm sure he'll be anxiety-free. He'll keep on taking free-kicks and penalties.

Bernd Storck (Hungary): Who would have thought beforehand that we'd be top on four points and Portugal would have to win to be sure of qualifying? I can't compliment my team enough. We need to continue what we've been doing in the last two matches, and we need to play with a disciplined defence. They'll put pressure on us because they're a world-class team.

Everyone's always asking about Cristiano Ronaldo. There are other world-class players in this team, who've won the Champions League and contributed a lot. Everyone will need to fight together. We need to be brave. We can't be afraid and we hope to play our style of match. It's not just about their No7.

Team news


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