Hungary vs. Portugal Live Stream: Watch Euro 2020 Online, TV Channel, Time Portugal vs Hungary live stream: How to watch Euro 2020 fixture online and on TV today UEFA Euro 2020 Hungary vs. Portugal: Live stream, TV channel, how to watch Cristiano Ronaldo online, news Portugal and Hungary kick off their attempts to qualify for the UEFA Euro 2020 knockout rounds on Tuesday in a match where three points are all the more important for both sides. The presence of France and Germany in Group F could mean there is little margin for error for reigning champions Portugal. Meanwhile Hungary will be hoping that home advantage at the Puskas Arena makes them far more than the whipping boys of the group that many would assume they will be. Here is how you can watch the match and what you need to know: Viewing information Date: Tuesday, June 15 | Time: 12 p.m. ET Location: Puskas Stadium -- Budapest, Hungary TV: ESPN/Univision | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free) Odds: Hungary +700; Draw +320; Portugal -225 (via William Hill sportsbook) Craving even more coverage of Euro 2020? Listen below to part one of our preview and follow ¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast where we take you beyond the pitch and around the globe for commentary, previews, recaps and more. Hungary: There is more than one country with home advantage in this group but there is no host who will have quite the scale of support as Marco Rossi's. While coronavirus restrictions mean other stadia are operating at reduced capacity the Puskas Arena can be filled to its 67,215 capacity. It could be quite the boon for the Magyars as they look to overturn long odds when they host two of the pre-tournament favorites, Portugal and France. This may be the biggest game Hungary have played since the likes of Ferenc Puskas were leading one of the world's best teams and though it will not be any easier without star playmaker Dominik Szoboszlai, who has been ruled out of the tournament with an adductor issue, but Rossi is not conceding defeat. "Dreaming is free, so we dream," the Hungary boss said. "Our dream remains between us, of course. We talk about it and want to live that dream. Let's hope it continues during the Euro." Portugal: Though Wolves' Nelson Semedo is a capable replacement the loss of Joao Cancelo for the tournament could prove to be a bitter blow for Fernando Santos, who has called up Diogo Dalot to take the Manchester City defender's spot in the squad. Cancelo has proven to be one of the best in the world in his position this season and made 43 appearances for the Premier League and EFL Cup champions. Cancelo's positional versatility could have been a valuable weapon in bringing the best out of a Portugal side who, for all their attacking talent, do not always play in the most expansive fashion at major tournaments. The 27-year-old has a goal and two assists in his last two internationals. It is unlikely to be as easy for Portugal as it might look on paper but with the sheer weight of talent available to them they ought to be able to start Group F with three points. Pick: Hungary 1, Portugal 2 (Portugal -225) Portugal will kick off its European title defense with a match against massive underdog Hungary, in what can only be described as the calm before the storm in the group of death. The Euro 2016 champions were drawn into the same group as the last two World Cup winners in Germany and France, the latter of which Portugal defeated in the last Euro final in Paris five years ago. But Hungary will not be one to overlook despite the looming threats of the European giants. Hungary surprisingly topped its group at the last Euros, a group that featured Portugal as the eventual champion finished third. Hungary comes into this summer's tournament having gone unbeaten in its last 11 matches, including a draw with Poland and wins over Andorra and San Marino in World Cup qualifying. Hungary qualified for the Euros by way of the Nations League playoffs thanks to a stoppage-time winner from Dominik Szoboszlai to beat Iceland. However, the RB Leipzig midfielder won't be available for the tournament due to injury. Portugal won't have João Cancelo available for the tournament after the Manchester City fullback tested positive for COVID-19. However, on paper, the side is even more talented than its winning side from 2016 with FWA Player of the Year and Man City standout center back Rúben Dias and Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes lining up behind Cristiano Ronaldo. The final group at Euro 2020 gets underway on Tuesday, with Hungary facing Portugal in the opener of Group F.Cristiano Ronaldo and co are, of course, reigning champions of this tournament, having triumphed in France five years ago. They will hope to go the distance this time around too - while also improving on 2016’s record of three draws from three games in the group phase. FOLLOW LIVE: Portugal vs Hungary build-up and team news.Portugal are unbeaten in six heading into the Euros, with their only defeat in close to two years coming against world champions France last November.Hungary, meanwhile, are an impressive 11 unbeaten coming into Euro 2020, having held their own against the likes of Russia, Poland and Serbia over the last year - but Portugal will now represent a real step-up in quality opposition. The big pre-tournament loss for Hungary saw Dominik Szoboszlai ruled out of Euro 2020, while wing-back Szilveszter Hangya also missed out through injury. Hopes are likely to rest on the shoulders of striker and captain Adam Szalai, along with fellow Bundesliga forward Roland Sallai.Portugal must choose between Diogo Jota, Joao Felix and Goncalo Guedes for the left-sided forward role, though as an outside chance they could opt for Andre Silva through the middle and Cristiano Ronaldo to revert to his old role from wide. Joao Cancelo was removed from the squad after testing positive for Covid.