Norway and Hungary will take on against each other in the first leg play off round of Euro 2016 qualifiers. The home side holds winning record against their rivals. They have not lost against Hungary in past 30 years. The first leg will be held at Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo. Norway will be looking to take the advantage of home support in order to qualify for the finals. Given below is the schedule of Norway vs Hungary Euro 2016 qualifier play off round. Have a look.
Norway Vs Hungary Euro 2016 Qualifier Date, Time
Date: 12 November 2015
Time: 7:45 pm [GMT], 8:45 pm [CET]
Venue: Ullevaal Stadium
Telecast channels: TVNorge, M4 Sports, Sky Sports 3 / HD, Fox Sports 1 USA etc.
Note: GMT = Greenwich Mean Time, CET = Central European Time
It will begin at 7:45 pm on 12th of November 2015. Home ground of Norway i.e. Ullevaal Stadium will host this game which is known for having seating capacity of 28,000 spectators. Norway are undefeated in over 30 years against Hungary as the sides come together in the UEFA Euro 2016 play-offs.
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Last five matches
The side is in pretty decent form. They are undefeated in their last four home qualifiers with three wins and one draws and did not concede any goal in last three matches. Norway lost their only previous Euro play-off, missing out on Euro 2004 with aggregate loss of 5–1 against defending champions Spain.
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Out of last four qualifying fixtures of Hungary, they have won just one. Hungary are featuring in a European championship play off for the first time which means if they qualify for the finals, it will be their first appearance.
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Norway have won five and lost seven of their previous 17 games against the rivals. They are unbeaten in nine games since back to back defeats in qualifying for the World Cup 1982.
It is not easy to judge who is going play the finals in France next year, but the edge has to be with Norway. They have an energetic, young squad and showed just what they are made of by beating Croatia and only losing their final qualifier narrowly to Italy.
Prediction: Footballwood predicts 3–1 win for Norway