HUNGARY are one of the surprise packets of the tournament having come through Group F without losing a game.
They were also involved in the best games of the tournament – a 3-3 draw against Portugal that could have seen so many more goals.
Belgium started off with a bad 2-0 defeat to Italy but followed up with wins to nil against Republic of Ireland and Sweden.
Quite rightly Belgium are the favourites at a best 7-10 with McBookie and Ladbrokes and it looks a little short against a Hungary side with nothing to lose.
The underdogs are 63-10 at 888sport while a draw that forces another last-16 tie to extra time pays 13-5 at Stan James.
The trend from the first round has basically continued with three cagey games that all went under 2.5 goals with none featuring a goal in the first 30 minutes.
Hopefully this goes against the grain but it’s never going to be as open as Hungary-Portugal. It will be more open than Portugal v Croatia which was possibly the dullest game played out at a major tournament finals.
I reckon Belgium will edge it but leaving the price alone and considering both teams at score at a big price of 13-8 with William Hill.
Both teams to score