Serbia vs Slovenia prediction

Serbia

Serbia

Slovenia

Slovenia

  • Europe - Nations League
  • Date: Sunday, 5th June 2022.
  • Kick-off at 19:45 UK/20:45 CET
  • Venue: Stadion Rajko Miticc

Betting tips Serbia vs Slovenia

Serbia started Nations League with a 1-0 loss in Belgrade against Norway, but coach Dragan Stojkovic can be satisfied with the game. The home side dominated as they had 66% ball possession and 13 shots on the goal. The Serbian dominance is best described through corner kicks, as the home side had 12 while guests had zero corners. 

Serbia are playing well at the home stadium. They had five wins and one draw at home before the loss against Norway. 

Slovenia are probably the worst team in the group, and they could be relegated to League C in a few months. Slovenia started a competition with a 2-0 loss at home against Sweden. 

Slovenia are struggling away from home. They won only one of the last nine matches. 

Serbia should dominate on Sunday night. I expect them to win and cover AH -1 spread. 

Serbia vs Slovenia Head to Head (H2H) stats

  1. Slovenia

    1 : 0

    Serbia

  2. Serbia

    1 : 1

    Slovenia

Last matches of Serbia

  1. Denmark

    3 : 0

    Serbia

    WC Qualification Europe

  2. Hungary

    0 : 1

    Serbia

    WC Qualification Europe

  3. Portugal

    1 : 2

    Serbia

    WC Qualification Europe

  4. Serbia

    4 : 0

    Qatar

    WC Qualification Europe

  5. Serbia

    3 : 1

    Azerbaijan

    WC Qualification Europe

Last matches of Slovenia

  1. Qatar

    0 : 0

    Slovenia

    UEFA Nations League

  2. Slovenia

    0 : 0

    Belgium

    UEFA Nations League

  3. Croatia

    1 : 1

    Slovenia

    UEFA Nations League

  4. Slovenia

    2 : 1

    Cyprus

    UEFA Nations League

  5. Slovakia

    2 : 2

    Slovenia

    UEFA Nations League

Serbia

Serbia Team News

Serbia are full of confidence after a tremendous success in the World Cup qualifications. They lost on Thursday against Norway, but coach Stojkovic after the game, stated: "Winning the first place is still the goal. There will be a rematch in Norway. Let's play like in the second half in every game, but with a better realization. We need to believe. Sometimes matches can be weird, create a million chances and lose. We did not deserve a defeat tonight, but we accept the fact that it is 1-0 for Norway."

Serbia are without Dusan Vlahovic this June. Juventus' star is pulled back from the team after an injury. But at his place will start Aleksandar Mitrovic, who scored 43 goals in 44 games for Fulham last season, so no real worry for Serbia. 

Slovenia

Slovenia Team News

Slovenia played without Josip Ilicic against Sweden. One of the best Slovenian players in the last decade had mental issues, so he missed most of Atalanta's matches in recent months. In his absence, Slovenia doesn't have a good enough forward to compete at the highest level. 

Serbia vs Slovenia Predicted Lineup

This is the predicted lineup, starting 11 and formations may change.

Serbia vs Slovenia Predicted Lineup

Milinkovic-Savic

Milenkovic

Veljkovic

Pavlovic

Lazovic

Gudelj

Lukic

Kostic

Milinkovic-Savic

Mitrovic

Tadic

Oblak

Blazic

Bijol

Mevlja

Stojanovic

Cerin

Kurtic

Sikosek

Sporar

Zajc

Celar

3 reasons why you should bet on Serbia to win

  • Serbia won five of the last seven matches
  • Slovenia are without a win in the previous three games
  • Slovenia won only one of the last nine matches away from home

Main prediction Serbia - Slovenia

AH1 (-1)

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winrate

57% winrate

wins

1 wins in a row

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Serbia vs Slovenia - FAQ

? Where to watch?
The match you can find officially on the Arena Sport channel.
? Who could be the goalscorer for Serbia?
Aleksandar Mitrovic, who scored 43 goals in 44 matches for Fulham last season.
? Who could be the goalscorer for Slovenia?
Andraz Sporar, who scored eight goals for Middlesbrough last season.