Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey are both set to start after passing late fitness tests, leaving manager Ryan Giggs with a full-strength squad at his disposal.
Wales were defeated in the reverse fixture in June leaving their hopes of qualification hanging by a threat, however, Giggs' side have since gone on an impressive unbeaten run to swing their fortunes.
Wales will desperately be hoping to avoid a repeat of their dramatic loss to Ireland in their final qualifier for the 2018 World Cup. However, if they do fail to win tonight, they will still have the chance to qualify for the Euros via the playoffs.
Here's everything you need to know about the game.
When is it?
Kick-off at the Cardiff City Stadium is at 7:45pm (BST) on Tuesday 19 November.
How can I watch it?
The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event, with coverage starting at 7:00pm.
Both Bale and Ramsey were passed fit, with the pair set to start together for the first time during qualifying. It means that one of Rabbi Matondo and Harry Wilson is likely to miss out on a place in the starting eleven.
Wales: Hennessey; Davies, Mepham, Roberts, Lockyer; Allen, Ampadu; James, Ramsey, Wilson; Bale.
Hungary: Gulacsi; Bese, Lang, Barath, Korhut; Vida; Dzsudzsak, Holman, Szoboszlai, Varga; Szalai.
Wales - 8/13
Hungary - 5/1
Draw - 29/10
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