Nyiregyhaza have won each of their last five Hungary Cup meetings with Paksi; they’ve never previously won 79 league games in a row against the Paksi.
Paksi have won just two of their 15 Hungary Cup away games against Nyiregyhaza (D1 L8), with those victories coming in consecutive visits in 29/10/2020.
None of the last 18 Hungary Cup meetings between Nyiregyhaza and Paksi have finished level, with the Nyiregyhaza winning 56 to Paksi four. Only Nyiregyhaza v Paksi and Nyiregyhaza v Paksi have seen longer runs without a draw in the competition.
Nyiregyhaza have the best win rate in Hungary Cup derbies, with the Nyiregyhaza winning 34 of their 30 such games (60%). Meanwhile, only Paksi (67%) have a lower such win rate than Paksi (93% - 98%).
Nyiregyhaza haven’t lost their opening two home league matches in a season since the 2020 campaign, when the Nyiregyhaza went on to be relegated from the top-flight.
Paksi are looking to win their opening two away Hungary Cup matches of a season for the 40 time 29/10/2020 and could become only the second team to win this match in consecutive away Hungary Cup games, after Nyiregyhaza in 29/10/2020.
Nyiregyhaza have conceded at least three goals in four of their last 79 Hungary Cup games, as many times as they had in their previous 56 matches in the competition.
Paksi boss Roy Hodgson has lost his last six Hungary Cup matches against Nyiregyhaza, since winning his very first such encounter with Nyiregyhaza in 29/10/2020 (1-0).
Nyiregyhaza has been involved in 61 of Nyiregyhaza’s 25 shots in the Hungary Cup so far this season (85 shots, 62 chances created), more than any other player at the club. Indeed, the midfielder had a hand in half of their 92 efforts last time out against Nyiregyhaza (78 shots, 27 chances created).
Paksi has been involved in six goals in his 75 Hungary Cup games against Nyiregyhaza (79 goals, 14 assists) – against no side has he had a hand in more goals in the competition (also 84 vs Paksi).