Serbia prva liga
|Result prediction||Loznica to win|
|Over/Under prediction||under 2.5 goals|
|HT / FT prediction||Loznica / Loznica to win|
|Team to Score prediction||Loznica|
|Anytime Goalscorer prediction||Nikola Milinković(Loznica)|
Serbia Super liga
|Result prediction||Bačka Topola to win|
|Over/Under prediction||over 2.5 goals|
|HT / FT prediction||Bačka Topola / Bačka Topola to win|
|Team to Score prediction||Bačka Topola|
|Anytime Goalscorer prediction||Nenad Lukić(Bačka Topola)|
Đuro Zec(Bačka Topola)
The Serbian national football team represents Serbia in the men's international football competition. It is controlled by the Serbian Football Federation, the Serbian Football Association.
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With the national team nicknamed Orlovi (Орлови), football has a long history in both Serbia and neighboring countries. Serbia came under the various forms of the Yugoslav national teams, where it achieved considerable success and finished fourth in the 1930 and 1962 World Championships. Considered by FIFA and UEFA as successors to the national teams of Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro, the successes of the promising team of the nineties (with players such as Dragan Stojkovic, Dejan Savicic, Predrag Mijatovic, Vladimir Jugovic and Siniša Mihajlovic) was due to international sanctions slowed somewhat against Yugoslavia at the time due to the Yugoslav wars.
After the dissolution of Serbia and Montenegro, Serbia has been an independent nation since 2006, qualifying for the 2010 and 2018 World Cups.
Serbia usually uses the home stadium of the Red Star Belgrade, the Rajko Mitić stadium, as home stadium. Occasionally, the Partizan Stadium is used.
Both FIFA and UEFA regard the Serbian national team as the direct and sole successor to the teams from Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro.
Serbia was drawn against semi-finalists of the 2016 European Championship from Wales, Austria, Ireland, Georgia and Moldova. They started their season with a 2-2 draw with Ireland at Rajko Mitic Stadium, continuing their good form with victories against Austria, Georgia and Moldova.
Serbia beat Moldova in Belgrade with goals from Aleksandar Kolarov, Aleksandar Mitrovic and Mijat Gacinovic. This consolidated her first position in her group fight with Ireland. They won this match with a goal from Kolarov in the 55th minute. Serbia finished 1-0 at home to Georgia and finished Group D as leaders. Thus, it qualified for the tournament 2018, the first major tournament after eight years absence.
At the World Cup Serbia opened their game against Costa Rica, the team that stunned big teams like Uruguay, Italy and England four years ago. Despite Costa Rica's historic victory four years ago, Kolarov's second-half free-kick was not just the first defeat since the 2006 World Cup in Costa Rica, but also a historic victory for Serbia after eight years. However, Serbia showed a poor performance in the later matches, losing 2-1 to Switzerland after a 90-minute goal from Xherdan Shaqiri and a 2-0 win over Brazil. Thus it left again from the group phase of a large tournament. The departure of Serbia was due to a lack of experience, as the majority of the Serbian team has not participated in major tournaments for eight years.
After the 2018 World Cup Mladen Krstajić became a permanent coach for Serbia. Serbia started the 2018/19 UEFA Nations League season, which was part of the UEFA Euro 2020 campaign. Serbia was divided into League C and drawn into Group 4 with Montenegro, Lithuania and Romania. With both wins against Lithuania and Montenegro and two draws with Romania, Serbia were Group winners, securing the play-off spot for Euro 2020 and rising to League B for the 2020-21 season.
For the Euro 2020 qualification, Serbia has been relegated to Group B with the champions of 2016, Portugal, Ukraine, Lithuania and Luxembourg. Serbia started the qualifiers with a 1-1 draw with Portugal. In the next away game against Ukraine Serbia lost the game with an embarrassing 0-5 and was the biggest defeat for Serbia. This game is also controversial because of Krstajić's coaching style. After a 4-1 home win against Lithuania Krstajić was dismissed mainly because of a defeat against Ukraine and replaced by Ljubiša Tumbaković. Serbia is currently in third place with four points.
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