10. Hungary boast a W7 L3 record over Iceland are are 3.00 to win this game.
9. The Hungarians have won each of those past five meetings, spanning from 2011 back to 1995. They are 1.51 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
8. Iceland have conceded in nine of their 10 previous meetings with Hungary and are 5.20 to concede in both halves.
7. Iceland drew 1-1 with Portugal earlier this week, scoring one of their four shots. That 25% conversion rate was the best from the opening round of fixtures and Iceland are 1.38 to net again.
6. Aron Gunnarsson committed more fouls (5) than any other player at Euro 2016 after the first round of games. He is 3.20 to be booked.
5. Adam Szalai scored his first goal in 40 international appearances in Hungary’s 2-0 win over Austria. He is 4.10 to net again.
4. Only two players have ever scored at the Euros on their birthday: Jean-François Domergue scored twice for France against Portugal on 23 Jun 1984 and Wesley Sneijder for Netherlands against Italy on 9 June 2008. Iceland’s Runar Mar Sigurjonsson is 6.00 to net on his 26th birthday.
3. Hungary’s 2-0 result over Austria ended a three-game winless streak in which they had scored just one goal. They are 2.60 not to net on Saturday.
2. Zaltan Gera will make his 90th appearance for Hungary if he plays on Saturday. The former Fulham midfielder scored against Austria — this 24th international goal — and he is 12.00 to net again.
1. Iceland have conceded first in four of their last five games and are 1.94 to do so again.