Luxembourg (@8.5) vs Serbia (@1.28)

Our Prediction:

Serbia will win

Luxembourg – Serbia Match Prediction | 10-09-2019 14:45

Olivier Thill is another to keep close tabs on. The midfielder is good at picking out passes and works hard in the middle of the park, and he will look to repeat the assist to Rodrigues in this much tougher fixture. If Luxembourg are to trouble Ukraine, then it will most likely have to come through the pace of Gerson Rodrigues. The speedy winger gave them a lead against Lithuania on Friday, with his second international goal, but they gave it away against nine men to draw anyway.

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Anyhow, anything but a routine home win will be a major surprise in this one. Man City star Oleksandr Zinchenko will be yet another man to watch in the home team. Luxembourg played out a 1-1 draw with nine-man Lithuania in their last qualifying match, but they will have a much bigger fish to fry against Ukraine. In each of their previous four meetings in all competitions Andriy Shevchenkos men emerged triumphant and the history is likely to repeat itself.

The Red Lions will make the trip to Lviv on Monday night as rank outsiders at 25/1 withPaddyPower, but they will also make the trip on the back of some improved form that has seen them lost just one of their last five games. Having beaten the likes of Moldova, Georgia and Lithuania in the last twelve months, Luc Holtzs side wont go down without a fight here.

Luxembourg v Serbia Match Preview, 2019/09/10

Aleksandr Mitrovic didnt start on Friday night in what turned out to be a disaster for Serbia, and they will hope that their target man will help them get back on track here. The Ajax man comes off the back of a great club season and can contribute with goals and assists to help them pick up results. The Fulham striker has scored a ton of goals for both club and country, and a goal here, especially an early one, would go a long way toward calming down the home support. In midfield, Dusan Tadic will be a key man.

Ukraine are looking to qualify for their third consecutive European Championships. With Portugal taking part in the UEFA Nations League Finals this weekend, these third and fourth fixtures of the group stages give a great chance for the Yellow-Blues to take a step forward in the group and they managed to do that in part on Friday night with a 5-0 thumping of Serbia taking them top of the group table.

Evgeni Konoplyanka, who scored a brace against the Serbs, is likely to pose a big threat for the visitors. Buoyed by a historical 5-0 win over star-studded Serbia, Ukraine will be aiming to give fans yet another reason for celebration when they host Luxembourg at Arena Lviv. The Ukrainians aim to get their job done in Group B as soon as possible and they are likely to go all guns blazing at Luxembourg on Monday evening.

Luxembourg are getting better and better, but they still have a lot of work to do before they can be getting results away to a team like Ukraine, who has been steadily building toward greatness once again in the East. Expert Verdict: Ukraine not only have a downright dominant record against Luxembourg, but they also have shown to be great in front of their fans in Lyiv as well. Look for Ukraine to win here by a couple of goals.

Ukraine are currently atop the pile in Group B with seven points from their opening three fixtures, having swatted Serbia aside emphatically on Friday night with a 5-0 win. Luxembourg have began well with four points, but its a stretch to think of them as viable top-two contenders. They are looking very good to qualify in the top two now, though they still will have work to do to seal it up, with Portugal set to make up matches and Serbia possibly having a resurgence.

Highlighted Player (Oleksiy Shevchenko):

The newest of a series of wingers has emerged and starred now, with 21 year old Viktor Tsygankov showing hes the real deal in the victory. He also had two goals as they ran off and hid from Serbia. The old guard is represented by Evgeni Konoplyanka, who continues to be a pest. He scored twice in the opening 28 minutes (two minutes apart from each other) to help them on their way. It will be more of the same here from Ukraine, youd have to think after they were rampant against Serbia on Friday.

They did get credible draws with Portugal and Germany, but they got thumped away to Ukraine, and they will be very worried now about their placement in the group and chances of moving on. They have five wins, four draws, and three losses, but they have not won any of their last three and have just two wins from their last six. Serbia come into this match with a checkered run of form in the past year accompanying them.

They have also have a nice run of form in the last year, though they are still far from the finished article. They have four wins, three draws, and three losses in the last year of action, but they have only won once in their last six and have failed to win in their last three. Luxembourg cant, or wont be complaining too much, either. That looks like its probably going to continue on here, to be completely fair.