Hungary v France will start at 2 p.m. BST on Saturday, June 19. In the UK, the match will be broadcast on BBC One and via BBC iPlayer.
Hungarian players will benefit from plenty of home support inside the Ferenc Puskas stadium in Budapest.
The reason to watch this match
Big tournament football is about games like this.
France appeared to be in compelling form in their opener and are looking to reserve their place in the last 16 with what should be a routine win over a Hungarian side missing key players due to injury.
For Hungary, everything will have to come together to get a well-deserved result in front of their own fans.
A story ?
When the two teams met before, Hungary won eight, drew three and lost twelve, but the last clash dates back to 2005. The last competitive match dates back to 1986, a match France won 3-0. in Mexico.
France have won their last five games in a row and Hungary will have an almighty task to keep them from going six out of six.
No one is supporting an upheaval here, 100 percent of Athleticism go for a victory in France.
The key question
France boss Didier Deschamps was part of a France team that won the World Cup and the Euro as a player, is he able to repeat the trick as a manager?
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