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Summary

  1. Wales make five changes from Saturday's defeat in Croatia
  2. Captain Ashley Williams returns. Roberts, Brooks, Ampadu and Tom Lawrence also included
  3. Wales fourth in Group E after one win and one defeat
  4. Slovakia top after 5-1 win in Azerbaijan earlier on Tuesday

Live Reporting

By Chris Bevan

All times stated are UK

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  1. Watch the highlights on BBC Two Wales

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    You can see highlights of tonight's game on BBC Two Wales at 231:15 BST but it is time for me to call it a night.

    It's been a bad one for Wales, but still plenty of time for Ryan Giggs and his side to turn things around in Group E.

  2. "A cause for major concern"

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    Here is Dafydd Pritchard's report from Budapest...

    Want a taster? Here you go...

    "Giggs' men still have five games to revive their qualification prospects but to find themselves so far off the pace so early in this campaign is a cause for major concern."

  3. How does Group E look now?

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    Group E
  4. It's not over yet

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    Wales have still got five qualifiers to go in Group E this autumn, including playing Azerbaijan twice. That includes three home games too.

  5. Post update

    The United States beat Thailand 13-0. That's the biggest scoreline in Women's World Cup history.

    Get the reaction here.

  6. Post update

    And Northern Ireland are top of Group C after beating Belarus - to make it four wins out of four so far.

  7. Post update

    Elsewhere, Marco Verratti scored a late winner as Italy came from behind to beat Bosnia-Herzegovina.

    That keeps them top of Group J. Second-placed Finland won 2-0 in Liechtenstein.

    Armenia overtook Greece into third with a 2-1 win.

  8. Post update

    Scotland lost 3-0 to Belgium. Romelu Lukaku scored twice, with Kevin de Bruyne adding a late third.

    Read the match report here.

    Second-placed Russia beat Cyprus 1-0. Scotland are fourth in the group, behind Kazakhstan, who beat San Marino 4-0 earlier.

  9. Post update

    Elsewhere, France go back to the top of Group H with a 4-0 win in Andorra. Iceland beat Turkey 2-1. Those three sides are all on nine points.

    Albania beat Moldova 2-0 in a game unlikely to have too much impact in that group.

  10. "It is not the Gareth Bale we are used to"

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    Kevin Ratcliffe

    Former Wales captain on BBC Radio Wales

    "Gareth Bale has not had a good game, again. It is not the Gareth Bale we are used to.

    "I would play him down the middle because you cannot trust him wide to do a defensive job - he just switches off."

  11. Bale chance proves costly

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    I think Kevin is referring to that big Gareth Bale chance when the score was 0-0. Bale miscued totally in front of goal with only the keeper to beat. How costly does that miss look now?

  12. "A game of missed chances"

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    Kevin Ratcliffe

    Former Wales captain on BBC Radio Wales

    "I think it was a game of missed chances for Wales. We had one or two chances we should have done better with."

  13. Wales have lots of work to do

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    Hungary have three wins from their first four qualifiers in Group E.

    Wales have two defeats from their first two games. They play Azerbaijan next, at home in September. Nothing less than a win will do there.

  14. Hungary happy. Wales not smiling

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    So, Mate Patkai's 80th-minute winner gives Hungary the points. They are still enjoying themselves in front of their fans at the Groupama Arena.

    Ryan Giggs is certainly not smiling as he departs the arena.

  15. Wales go home empty handed

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    Two away games for Wales this week. Two defeats.

  16. FULL-TIME

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    Hungary celebrate wildly at full-time. They go three points clear at the top of Group E, six points above Wales, who stay fourth.

    Hungary players celebrate
  17. Post update

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    Chris Gunter's deep cross finds Bale... but his header is tame and straight at the keeper. Seconds left.

  18. Post update

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    Wales are putting ball after ball forward. Not enough quality on any of them though. A minute left.

  19. Post update

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    Wales have lots of men forward, but Hungary are holding out.

  20. Post update

    Hungary 1-0 Wales

    Wales have the ball in the box and Ashley Williams helps it on to Gareth Bale at the far post... but Adam Szalai takes it off his toe.