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Scotland vs. Hungary Euro 2024 time, live stream, TV channel, lineups for Group A decider | Sporting News



Scotland vs. Hungary Euro 2024 time, live stream, TV channel, lineups for Group A decider | Sporting News

It all comes down to this for Scotland and Hungary, who meet in a Euro 2024 Group A decider at the MHPArena in Stuttgart on Sunday.

With Germany already comfortably through at the top of the pool, and having beaten these two teams on the opening two matchdays, it is now a win-or-go-home situation for both Steve Clarke and Marco Rossi’s sides.

Scotland are in arguably the better shape, having battled back from an opening-night 5-1 humbling against the hosts to claim a creditable 1-1 draw with Switzerland last time out.

Their hopes of making the knockout stage of a major tournament for the first time in their history now hinge on going one better against a team coming off the back of consecutive two-goal defeats.

Rossi was critical of the “double standards” of refereeing at the tournament in his side’s 2-0 loss to Germany, but there can be no excuses if they are sent home early.

With Switzerland meeting Germany in the other Group A match, and the games being played simultaneously to protect sporting integrity, it promises to be a nervy 90 minutes.

Here’s how you can watch all the action unfold in North America, with TV and streaming options to follow this match.

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What time is Scotland vs. Hungary kickoff?

This Euro 2024 match kicks off from the MHPArena on June 23 at 9:00 p.m. local time in Stuttgart.

Here’s how that time translates across all of the time zones in North America:

  Date Kickoff time
Eastern Time Sun, Jun. 23 3:00 p.m.
Central Time Sun, Jun. 23 2:00 p.m.
Mountain Time Sun, Jun. 23 1:00 p.m.
Pacific Time Sun, Jun. 23 12:00 p.m.
Alaska DT Sun, Jun. 23 11:00 a.m.
Hawaii DT Sun, Jun. 23 9:00 a.m.

Scotland vs. Hungary live stream, TV channel

  • TV channel (US): FOX
  • Streaming (US): Fubo, Fox Sports app/website, ViX
  • TV channel (Canada): TSN 2, TVA Sports 2, TVA Sport
  • Streaming (Canada): TVA+

USA: Scotland vs. Hungary will be televised in the United States on FOX, with Spanish-language streaming via ViX. The game is also available to stream on Fubo, which is currently offering a FREE seven-day trial.

Radio coverage of the match can be followed on SiriusXM FC.

Canada: TSN and TVA will be providing coverage of this match. TVA+ is live streaming the game.

If this match is not available to watch live in your location, or if you’re traveling abroad, you can use a Virtual Private Network (VPN). VPNs offer a secure and private online connection, allowing you to bypass geographical restrictions to access your favorite streaming services from any device anywhere in the world.

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Scotland vs. Hungary lineups, team news

Scotland’s defensive options were dealt a further blow with the news that Kieran Tierney has been ruled out of the tournament with a hamstring injury that forced him off against Switzerland. The Arsenal man flew home from Germany on Thursday. Scott McKenna is likely to deputise in a back five.

Ryan Porteous remains suspended following his red card in the opening defeat against Germany, although he would be available if Scotland were to make the knockout stages. Billy Gilmour should keep his place in midfield.

Scotland projected starting lineup (3-4-1-2, right to left): Gunn (GK) — Hendry, Hanley, McKenna —  Ralston, Gilmour, McGregor, Robertson — McTominay — Adams, McGinn.

For Hungary, coach Marco Rossi knows that his team must go all out to attack against the Scots, and he could make changes to offer more forward threat.

Martin Adam looks the most likely to be given a chance from the start if Rossi does opt for changes, while there may also be reason to throw caution to the wind with Bendeguz Bolla again deployed in a right wing-back role in what could be an intriguing matchup with Scotland captain Andrew Robertson. 

Hungary projected starting lineup (3-4-1-2, right to left): Gulacsi (GK) — Fiola, Orban, Dardai — Bolla, Nagy, Schafer, Kerkez — Szoboszlai — Adam, Varga.

Scotland vs. Hungary prediction

  • Score prediction: Scotland 1-1 Hungary

With so much on the line, these two sides know that victory is vital but in the end there is a chance that the tension ends up stifling them both. Don’t be surprised if this one ends in a stalemate, and both teams are left to reflect on what might have been.

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