The Dragons went down 2-1 away to Croatia on Saturday, although are still just three points adrift of the first-placed hosts with a game in hand.
Having lost five of their last eight fixtures, they are priced at 33/20 (2.65) with SportPesa to pull off a big win at the Groupama Arena.
Marco Rossi’s men come into this clash on the back of four wins from five, but are slight 37/20 (2.85) outsiders to come out on top here.
Just one of the last six encounters between this pair has resulted in a draw, but you can get odds of 21/10 (3.10) on this one finishing up all square.
Zsoter Donat was forced to withdraw from the Hungary squad with an ankle injury, while Tamas Kadar and Barnabas Bese will be hoping to feature after being judged unfit for Saturday’s 3-1 win in Azerbaijan.
David Brooks will be hoping to start after coming off the bench to score his side’s only goal in the 2-1 defeat in Croatia.
Brooks’ introduction would certainly add an extra dimension to Ryan Giggs’ side, posing even more problems for a home defence that has only kept one clean sheet in the last 13 fixtures.
However, the visitors will need to be wary of what the Magyars can produce at the other end of the pitch, where they have only failed to score once in nine home matches – scoring two goals per game in each of the most recent four.
All in all, odds of 21/20 (2.05) are surely worth backing on goals going in at each end in an entertaining game between Hungary and Wales on Tuesday.