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The game in Bordeaux will be the 138th meeting of the two nations, but their first encounter in a decade and their first competitively in more than 30 years.Their only previous clash at a major tournament came in the quarterfinals of the 1934 World Cup in Italy, when Austria won 2-1, and Marcel Koller's men are the favorites to come out on top again this time.Propelledby star David Alaba, Austria were superb in qualifying and the Bayern Munich full-back, who is deployed in midfield by his country, will be the man to watch out for against Hungary.It will also be a memorable evening for the Austrian full-back Gyorgy Garics who, as his name suggests, is Hungarian by birth and only moved to Austria as a 14-year-old.
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