Hungary will play Andorra on Sunday in their latest bid to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Magic Magyars will take on the Spanish speaking principality at 6pm in the Groupama Aréna of Budapest on Sunday evening.
Hungary are expected to win the clash on home soil in order to keep alive their hopes of qualifying for the next World Cup in Russia.
Hungary are currently in third position in Group B, with 4 points in 3 games, behind Portugal and Switzerland. The team has to win this game in order to pass Portugal on the table and to qualify.
Hungary head coach Bernd Storck said that he did not expect an easy match against Andorra on Sunday. Storck insisted his squad would be treating the game just as seriously as they had the previous World Cup qualifier against Switzerland.