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While Gareth Southgate has certainly earned the right to be trusted when heading into an international tournament, few would doubt the fact this summer’s performances have been disappointing.
Yet to win and rooted to the bottom of Group A3, England play only two more games before the World Cup, with those a trip to Italy before playing Germany at Wembley.
With that in mind, three points at Molineux feel vital, even aside from how well Hungary have played so far.
England will play their final match of the season tonight as Gareth Southgate’s side host Hungary at Molineux in the Nations League.
After three matches without a win, England are bottom of their Nations League group and under pressure to pick up three points.
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There will be a capacity crowd for this one, and many of those attending will hope Phil Foden is declared fit to add spark to England's attack. Mason Mount has found it difficult to influence games from the No 10 position, while Bukayo Saka looks leggy after playing an immense number of minutes for Arsenal.
On Foden's availability, Southgate said "We've got to chat with our physical performance guys and our medical team really.
"He's back in training but there's a reality of how much conditioning he's had over the last three weeks."
England were beaten 1-0 in Budapest in the previous meeting between the sides, thanks to a Dominik Szoboszlai penalty. With Kalvin Phillips going off injured in Germany, there might be a spot for Connor Gallagher to see his first action of the summer.
"He'll have a chance," said Southgate. "The reason is just the teams we've picked, the formations we've picked, haven't necessarily fitted up to this point.
Southgate hopes a returning crowd will lift the England players after Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Italy was played behind closed doors.
England were beaten 1-0 by Hungary in their Nations League opener last week and also drew 1-1 with Germany.
The match will kick off at 7:45pm BST on Tuesday 14 June at Molineux Stadium.
How can I watch it?
It will be shown live on Channel 4, with coverage starting at 7pm. It will also been show live online on the All 4 website and online player.
England: Ramsdale, Walker, James, Stones, Guehi, Phillips, Gallagher, Bellingham, Saka, Bowen, Kane
Hungary: Dibusz; Lang, Orban, At.Szalai; Fiola, Schafer, A.Nagy, Styles; Sallai, Szoboszlai; Ad.Szalai.
Hungary always make it difficult and England are running on empty after a long season, but the hosts should still be able to squeeze out a narrow win with Kane on target. England 1-0 Hungary