portugal Team News:


José Sá, João Félix, and Diogo Jota could win their first senior international cap on Monday, but the hosts are without Bruno Fernandes and Renato Sanches.

serbia Team News:


Aleksandar Kolarov, Ljubomir Fejsa, Nemanja Matić, and Filip Kostić are all injured, while Milan Gajić and Nikola Vasiljević are the only uncapped players in the squad, and Pavkov is suspended.

portugal vs serbia Head to Head:

These two countries have met four times before, and with 2 wins and 2 draws it's Portugal that remain unbeaten in the head to head record.

portugal vs serbia Tip Reason:

Portugal will have been disappointed not to have picked up all three points from their first qualifying match at home to Ukraine on Friday, but can make amends with victory over Serbia on Monday night. The visitors haven’t played any qualifiers yet and will be hoping that the extra time they have had to recuperate and prepare for the trip to Portugal will stand them in good stead to take something from the match. Portugal dominated Ukraine from start to finish, ending the game with 58% of the overall possession, eighteen corners to their guests two, and sixteen shots to Ukraine’s two, but the visitors somehow escaped with a point, as the game ended goalless. Serbia earned a 1-1 draw in Wednesday’s friendly against Germany, taking the lead in the twelfth minute through Jović. Both teams made changes in the second half and the hosts equalised in the sixty-ninth minute, but the game ended on a sour note for Serbia when substitute Pavkov was sent-off. The history between these two clubs and their performances over the last seven months all suggest that both teams will score on Monday night and that the game is likely to end in a draw. Both teams have scored in all of the four previous meetings between these two countries, with two of the those encounters ending 1-1. Three of Portugal’s last five and four of Serbia’s last six matches have seen both teams score. Portugal and Serbia have both drawn three of their last six international matches, and with both teams enjoying unbeaten runs right now, the most logical result on Monday is another draw. Even in the two games Portugal have beaten Serbia in it was only by a narrow 2-1 scoreline, so we’re expecting another close and competitive ninety minutes between the pair. Cristiano Ronaldo continues to represent his country at the age of 34, and with 85 goals in 155 appearances for Portugal he remains his country’s main goal threat. Aleksandar Mitrović has a good scoring record at international level, netting 23 times in 46 caps, while Dušan Tadić is a goal threat from midfield and has been in excellent form for Ajax this season. We’re confident that both teams will score on Monday, and have backed the game to end in a 1-1 draw. Both teams are playing well right now and have proved difficult to beat since the latter stages of 2018. Serbia have never beaten Portugal though, so their best chance of picking up points looks likely to be with a draw.

Portugal vs Serbia Betting Prediction:

Portugal 1 1 Serbia
Tip: Both Teams Score
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2.16
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