England have an opportunity to avenge last week's defeat when they welcome Hungary to Molineux on Tuesday night. Can the Three Lions kickstart their stuttering Nations League campaign with an overdue win? The game kicks off at 7.45pm BST (2.45pm ET) today, Tuesday 14th June, and is free-to-air in both the UK and USA. Make sure you know how to watch an England vs Hungary live stream for free wherever you are.
England are yet to score a goal from open play in their first three Nations League games, but Gareth Southgate's side will be confident of getting things back on track in front of their home crowd tonight. The Three Lions remain rooted to the bottom of group A3, but with just three more competitive games between now and the start of the World Cup, the England boss will be hoping things start to click again soon.
Southgate has made nine changes to the side that drew 0-0 with Italy on Saturday, with just goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale and Chelsea's Reece James named in the starting 11 this evening. In come Kyle Walker, Kalvin Phillips, John Stones, Marc Guéhi, Jarrod Bowen, Conor Gallagher, Harry Kane, Jude Bellingham and Bukayo Saka.
After defeating England in their opening game, Hungary have taken just one point from their subsequent fixtures. Marco Rossi's side went down 2-1 to Italy in Cesena last week, and their lead against Germany on Saturday lasted just three minutes, with Jonas Hofmann securing a point for Die Mannschaft. The Magyars drew 1-1 with England at Wembley last October and would probably be happy with a repeat in Wolverhampton tonight.
Hungary have made two changes to the side that drew with the Germans at the weekend, with Dénes Dibusz getting the nod in goal ahead of Péter Gulácsi, and Andras Schafer replacing Zsolt Nagy in midfield.
The big match kicks off at 7.45pm BST today, Tuesday 14th June, at Molineux in Wolverhampton. Follow our guide on how to watch an England vs Hungary live stream for free wherever you are in the world.
Watch an England vs Hungary free live stream
UEFA Nations League football fans in the US can watch an England vs Hungary live stream for free on Fubo Sports Network (opens in new tab).
UK fans can watch on Channel 4 (opens in new tab) which is now home to all of England's Nations League football games.
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UK: England vs Hungary live stream
Channel 4 (opens in new tab) has the exclusive rights to show England vs Hungary and the rest of England's UEFA Nations League games live in the UK. It's also the new home for all of the Three Lions' European qualifiers.
England vs Hungary is also available via the Channel 4 website and All 4 on-demand service, which has apps for iOS, Android, PlayStation, Xbox, Windows, YouView, Roku, Samsung, Amazon Fire, Freeview Play, Now TV, Sky and Virgin Media.
Channel 4 is free for anyone with a TV licence, but it's ONLY available within the UK, so make sure you've got your VPN (opens in new tab) handy if you're stuck abroad.
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USA: England vs Hungary live stream
Football fans in the US can watch an England vs Hungary live stream free on Fubo Sports Network (opens in new tab). Not to be confused with FuboTV's paid-for cord cutting service, Fubo Sports Network is free to watch for all, simply by navigating to Fubo Sports Network from any smart device.
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Australia: England vs Hungary live stream
If you're in Australia, local streaming service Optus Sport will provide live coverage of the UEFA Nations League, including England vs Hungary for just AU$14.99 per month or AU$68 a month. The service also serves up live Premier League football every weekend, so it's a great option for soccer fans.
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Canada: England vs Hungary live stream
Those in Canada (opens in new tab), Germany, Austria, Japan and Switzerland can catch the action on sports streaming service DAZN (opens in new tab) which offers fairly low monthly prices and lots of live sport.
The price will depend on your region but the service also promises access to many other sports including UFC, F1 and other domestic and continental football competitions. Well worth a try.
UEFA Nations League fixtures - Matchday 4
All times 19.45pm BST unless otherwise stated
Monday 13 June
Denmark vs Austria
France vs Croatia
Iceland vs Israel
Kazakhstan vs Slovakia (16:00)
Azerbaijan vs Belarus (18:00)
Tuesday 14 June
England vs Hungary
Germany vs Italy
Netherlands vs Wales
Poland vs Belgium
Armenia vs Scotland (18:00)
Ukraine vs Republic of Ireland
Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Finland
Romania vs Montenegro
Luxembourg vs Faroe Islands
Türkiye vs Lithuania
Moldova vs Andorra (18:00)
Liechtenstein vs Latvia