Serbia vs Sweden Prediction 24.09.2022

Serbia

Serbia

4 : 1

Sweden

Sweden

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  • Competition: UEFA Nations League
  • Date: Saturday, 24th, September 2022
  • Kickoff: 19:45 UK/20.45 CET
  • Venue: Stadion Rajko Mitic (Belgrade)

Dragan Stojkovic revived the Serbian national team from the moment he took over the helm and became the coach. The overall impression is that The Eagles haven't played quality football like they do now for a long time. Namely, Serbia will surely regret the dropped victory over Slovenia in the second leg, drawing 2-2. With this draw, The Eagles kept second place and are now three points behind the group leader.

Meanwhile, Sweden started the UEFA Nations League campaign strongly with a comfortable 2-0 triumph over Slovenia. After that, the Scandinavians were disappointing, losing each of their next three games. The Swedes will not participate in the upcoming World Cup in Qatar, and their survival in Division B will probably be decided on the last day in the match against Slovenia.

Serbia vs Sweden Betting Tips: Team1 to Win

Serbia and Sweden have met three times so far, two of which were friendly matches. In the first match of the UEFA Nations League, played in June, The Eagles achieved a narrow 1-0 triumph in Solna.

The form is absolutely on the side of Serbia, which achieved seven triumphs in the last 10 games, while the Scandinavian team is in a big crisis, suffering as many as six defeats in the last eight games.

Namely, the Swedes are still struggling with their form on the road, which is best shown by a record of just one win from their last six away games, suffering an incredible six defeats during that period.

In addition to the chaotic form, the coach of the Scandinavian national team will not be able to count on key players, so this is another reason why the victory of the home team should be taken into consideration.

So, Serbia simply has to win in Belgrade if they want to stay in the race for first place in the group. We believe that The Eagles will prove their quality on the field and achieve a much-needed triumph.

Serbia vs Sweden Head to Head (H2H) stats

  1. Serbia

    4 : 1

    Sweden

    UEFA Nations League

  2. Sweden

    2 : 1

    Serbia

    Friendly International

  3. Serbia

    2 : 0

    Sweden

    Friendly International

Serbia

Serbia Team News

Majorca goalkeeper Predrag Rajkovic will miss the remaining two UEFA Nations League matches against Sweden and Norway due to an argument with the referee during the match in Slovenia when he received a straight red card.

Rajkovic's place will be filled by KV Kortrijk goalkeeper Marko Ilic, while Dragan Stojkovic will decide between Marko Dmitrovic and Vanja Milinkovic-Savic for the position of "keeper of the net".

24-year-old Fiorentina centre-back Nikola Milenkovic is recovering from a muscle injury sustained against Juventus in early September, but he should return to training soon.

Last matches of Serbia

  1. Serbia

    4 : 1

    Sweden

    UEFA Nations League

  2. Denmark

    3 : 0

    Serbia

    Friendly International

  3. Hungary

    0 : 1

    Serbia

    Friendly International

  4. Portugal

    1 : 2

    Serbia

    WC Qualification Europe

  5. Serbia

    4 : 0

    Qatar

    Friendly International

Serbia lineup

Goalkeeper

  • 23

    Vanja Milinković-Savić

Defenders

  • 6

    Erhan Mašović

  • 13

    Stefan Mitrović

  • 4

    Srđan Babić

Midfielders

  • 14

    Andrija Živković

  • 10

    Dušan Tadić

  • 16

    Saša Lukić

  • 20

    Sergej Milinković-Savić

  • 17

    Filip Kostić

Forwards

  • 18

    Dušan Vlahović

  • 9

    Aleksandar Mitrović

Sweden

Sweden Team News

Meanwhile, the Scandinavians are in a big problem, as they arrive in the capital of Serbia with an extremely weakened squad - four players were written off the list, while two are questionable.

The duo of Jesper Karlsson and Albin Ekdahl were written off weeks ago, while Martin Olsson and Filip Dagerstal are the new faces who will miss the September matches due to injuries.

Sweden's problems did not end with the aforementioned absences, as Aston Villa goalkeeper Robin Olsen arrived in the national team with a knee injury, while Emil Forsberg's approach was also questioned.

Last matches of Sweden

  1. Serbia

    4 : 1

    Sweden

    UEFA Nations League

  2. Poland

    2 : 0

    Sweden

    WC Qualification Europe

  3. Sweden

    1 : 0

    Czech Republic

    WC Qualification Europe

  4. Sweden

    0 : 0

    Finland

    Friendly International

  5. Sweden

    0 : 0

    Finland

    Friendly International

Sweden lineup

Goalkeeper

  • 1

    Robin Olsen

Defenders

  • 15

    Daniel Sundgren

  • 4

    Isak Hien

  • 3

    Victor Lindelöf

Midfielders

  • 7

    Viktor Claesson

  • 19

    Mattias Svanberg

  • 8

    Jens Cajuste

  • 6

    Ludwig Augustinsson

Forwards

  • 21

    Dejan Kulusevski

  • 16

    Viktor Gyökeres

  • 10

    Emil Forsberg

4 Reasons why we expect Serbia to Win

  1. Serbia has achieved seven triumphs from the previous 10 games.
  2. Serbia beat Sweden in the first match of the UEFA Nations League with 1-0 in Solna.
  3. Sweden has lost six of their previous seven away games.
  4. Sweden arrives in Belgrade without several key players due to injuries.

Main prediction Serbia - Sweden

Serbia to win

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Serbia vs Sweden - FAQ

? Where to watch?
The match between these teams will be broadcast on Arena 4 (Hun), Arena Sport (BiH), Arena Sport (Ser), Cytavision Sports, DAZN Deutsch, DAZN Japan, Diema Sport, Digi Sport 3 (Rom), L'Equipe, Nova Sports (Hel), Optus Sport (Aus), Polsat Sport Premium 3, Prima Sport 3 (Rom), Sport 1 (Cze), Sport TV (Por), SuperSport, TV2 Sport (Den), TV2 Sport Premium, TV6 (Swe), Viaplay (Swe)
? Who is Serbia's player to watch?
Fulham centre-forward Aleksandar Mitrovic continues to shake the nets in the Premier League as well. He scored half of Fulham's goals from the opening seven rounds.
? Who is Sweden's player to watch?
RB Leipzig 30-year-old Emil Forsberg has scored two of Sweden's five goals in the UEFA Nations League, but his approach is questionable.