This European Championship qualifying match will take place in Serbia, where the home team will play against Portugal. In the first game, the Portuguese team only got a draw. Despite the draw, Portugal deserved the victory for what they produced in the game.
Serbia has two points more than Portugal, so I don’t think it’s a decisive game for the home team. As Portugal needs to win, the home team is expected to be a more defensive team and try to exploit counterattacks and offensive set-pieces. They have very talented players but the mental level is not so strong, and especially in defensive transitions they have some difficulties. Although they are very talented players, they are not players who like to play without a ball, nor do they like to put pressure on their opponents and can give Portuguese players time and space to make the best decisions. Possible eleven: Dmitrovic, Rukavina, Spahic, Milenkovic, Maksimovic, Milikonvic-Savic, Gacinovic, Ljajic, Lazovic, and Jovic.
Portugal must win this game to continue to dream of qualifying for the European championship. Portugal has played well in this qualification but only they got two draws at home. Portugal, at the collective level, is stronger than the home team and is stronger at all times of the game. In my opinion, the weak point of the team is the organized attack and it is possible that the team will play a long time at that time and it could be a big challenge for the Portuguese team. Possible eleven: Rui Patricio, Cancelo, Pepe, Ruben Dias, Raphael Guerreiro, William Carvalho, Danilo, Bernardo Silva, Bruno Fernandes, João Felix, and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Due to the higher quality of the Portuguese team and the fact that they have to win this game in Serbia, I see value in this line and this odd. Portugal can be expected to take over the game and spend a lot of time in organized attack and Serbia trying to counter-attack. If you want to enjoy the highest odds for this game, register for the best betting software and reserve your seat amongst the winners!