Angola (@34.0) vs Serbia (@ )
27-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Angola will win

Angola – Serbia Match Prediction | 27-08-2019 03:30

The fans witnessed their team being bundled out in the first round of the world cup, and then their unexpected relegation from the UEFA Nations League. This is a period of rebuilding for Germany. The once invincible team has really gone through some very rough waters in the last year or so. On top of that, gaffer Joachim Low delivered a surprise announcement that Mats Hummels, Thomas Muller, and Jerome Boateng will not be recalled to the national side.

The 4-times World Champions are revamping their football identity and presence for the coming decade. Its important for the team to start on a positive note, considering they are going against an opposition much inferior in quality, and with the additional home advantage. Its baton to the newcomers, as old guards are no loner in line for selection.

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Aleksandar Mitrovi is the obvious choice to lead the line for Serbia having scored twenty-three times in forty-seven caps, but Duan Tadi is in fine form this season and already has fifteen international goals. Yevhen Konoplyanka possesses a goal threat from the Ukraine midfield having scored nineteen times in seventy-nine appearances for his country, while striker Artem Kravets has netted eight times in twenty matches. Were confident that Fridays match will end in a draw and under 2.5 goals will be scored, and have predicted a final scoreline of 0-0. Both teams have been performing well of late and are likely to cancel each other out, and their previous four meetings have all produced under 2.5 goals.

They have lost just one of their last 9 competitive away games, proving they are a tough outfit to break down and with Mitrovic in the form of his life, its hard to keep them out too. Away from home Serbia have been very solid, winning 7 of their last 9 games, with just one loss, a 3-2 defeat at Austria in World Cup qualifying.

Both teams have been performing well of late and are likely to cancel each other out, and their previous four meetings have all produced under 2.5 goals. Yevhen Konoplyanka possesses a goal threat from the Ukraine midfield having scored nineteen times in seventy-nine appearances for his country, while striker Artem Kravets has netted eight times in twenty matches. Aleksandar Mitrovi is the obvious choice to lead the line for Serbia having scored twenty-three times in forty-seven caps, but Duan Tadi is in fine form this season and already has fifteen international goals. Were confident that Fridays match will end in a draw and under 2.5 goals will be scored, and have predicted a final scoreline of 0-0.

Romania Team News

They opened up with a 1-0 away win at Lithuania thanks to a Tadic penalty, then followed that up with a 2-2 draw at home to Romania thanks to a brace from Fulham striker Mitrovic. Serbia are the group leaders at the half way stage and are the favourites to gain promotion to League B. They made it 7 points from three games as they breezed past Montenegro 2-0 away from home with Mitrovic again in the headlines with another two goal haul. They have won two and drawn one of their opening three games.

Danilo Pereira equalised for the hosts before the break, but despite seeing more of the ball and creating the better chances in the second half the hosts were unable to carve out a winning goal and the game ended 1-1. The much improved Luxembourg took the lead at home to Ukraine through Turpel in the thirty-fourth minute, but Tsygankov equalised for Ukraine before the interval. The game looked as it was going to end all square heading into the final minute, until Rodrigues scored a stoppage time own goal to hand Ukraine all three points when a draw would probably have been the fairest result. Serbias Tadi enjoyed the best season of his career in 2018/19 and he put the visitors in front from the penalty spot in Portugal, after just seven minutes.

Serbia will have their work cut out on Sunday. Romania are very solid on home soil, they have lost just one of their last ten home games in all competitions, a 3-0 defeat to Netherlands. They have beaten some decent sides in that run, two 3-2 wins vs Chile, 2-0 vs Turkey and 1-0 win vs Sweden being the highlights. They have also lost just two of their last 15 home competitive fixtures, proving they are tough to beat at Arena Naional.

Today's Tips

They have bounced back from that disappointment well, making a great start to their Nations League campaign. Mitrovic has been the catalyst for their good form, scoring 4 times in their opening 3 games, meaning the former Anderlecht striker has bagged 9 goals in 11 games for club and season this season. Serbia enter this Nations League campaign on the back of a disappointing World Cup run, they were knocked out in the group stages with one win and two losses from their three games, resulting in a 3rd place finish in Group E.

Away from home Serbia have been very solid, winning 7 of their last 9 games, with just one loss, a 3-2 defeat at Austria in World Cup qualifying. They have lost just one of their last 9 competitive away games, proving they are a tough outfit to break down and with Mitrovic in the form of his life, its hard to keep them out too.