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|Lenzsér (left) and Lukics can clash again (Photo: László Balogh)|
FOOTBALL NB I
Budapest Honvéd–Paksi FC – live on NSO!
Budapest, Bozsik Arena, 20 hour. Camel: M4 Sport+. Conducted by: Ferenc Karakó
BP. HONVÉD–PAKSI FC
♦ Since 2006, their joint top-flight history has been written, during which this will be their 40th NB I meeting. The all-time record shows 16 successes in Kispest, 17 draws and only 6 triumphs in Paks.
♦ In the previous round, Paks was the only team, Honvéd was able to defeat them twice (3–1 and 3–2), and since they finished 1–1 last time, they even remained undefeated against them.
♦ The team from Tolna is also a favorite opponent for the Kispesti team, because in August 2018 they won their last victory in the old Bozsik Stadium, and last summer they won their first victory over the green and whites in the new Bozsik Arena.
♦ The Paksians have a depressing away record against the Honvéd, they were only able to win once out of 20: in the fall of 2011 by 3-2, but with a man advantage in the second half. 10 Kispest victories and 9 draws are recorded in the records of the competition.
♦ In the last 14 matches played in the capital, Paks did not win once, but only twice: in February last year and in April this year, the result was 1-1.
♦ The leading team from Kispest has had the worst league start of all time. He started his fourth season in a row with two defeats, but this was the first time that he was able to score a goal in his first two championships. There was an example of the latter 34 years ago, in the fall of 1988, but then the red and blacks already had one point with a 0-0 draw against Békéscsaba. In fact, they became champions at the end of the season!
♦ Paks finished the previous championship – still with György Bognár on the bench – with 75 goals scored (2.27 average per game), but after the change of coach Róbert Waltner also has 2 goals per round, and the team from Tolna is still undefeated (1 win, 1 iks).
♦ The Kispest team has not won in the Bozsik Arena for five league games (3 draws, 2 losses). Most recently, on March 5th, they were able to beat Debrecen (4-2).
♦ 20 of Paks’ last 23 away league games were those in which at least three goals were scored, and the previous three did not end in a draw.
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|August 14, Sunday|
|18.00: Kisvárda–Puskás Academy FC (Camel: M4 Sport+)||Kisvárda, Castle Garden Stadium||Csaba Pintér|
|20.00: Ferencvárosi TC–Mol Fehérvár FC (Camel: M4 Sport)||BudapestGroupama Arena||Balázs Berke|
|20.00: Budapest Honvéd–Paksi FC (Camel: M4 Sport+)||Budapest, Bozsik Arena||Ferenc Karakó|