Lithuania (@14.0) vs Serbia (@1.11)
14-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Serbia will win

Lithuania – Serbia Match Prediction | 14-10-2019 14:45

After the win against Montenegro, Serbia now have six wins, two draws, and four losses in the past year. Since the end of the World Cup, they have not lost a single match, with all of them taking place in this competition. This is a team that looks like it is angry to have been put in this League, and the results show as much. Lithuania's last year has included one win, one draw, and nine losses overall in an abysmal year for them The only win they have had came against Armenia back in March, and they now find themselves with no wins in their last nine games.

Fortunately, a home match against Lithuania provides Mladen Krstajis men with the perfect opportunity to bounce back. Having drawn against the likes of Portugal and Germany in recent times, the Serbians wouldve gone into Fridays game against Ukraine feeling upbeat, though their confidence was misplaced, as they received a 5-0 hammering. After such a poor defeat, Mondays hosts will be hoping to bounce back.

Prior to their rather shocking display against Ukraine, Serbia drew 1-1 with Portugal, which on the face of it was very pleasing, though if we dig a little deeper, its easy to conclude that the Serbians werent great and were in fact lucky to avoid defeat. On that occasion, they did offer a more than reasonable amount going forward, as they scored and posted a respectable 1.89 expected goals for, though they were far too easily undone at the back, allowing their opponents 3.39 expected goals.

In midfield, Arvydas Novikovas is the one to watch. He scored the goal that came them a good point against Luxembourg, adding to his tally that now sits at six. Going forward, Lithuanias biggest goal threat is captain Fedor Cernych. The striker has scored just under one goal in every five matches through 51 international games, showing he is capable but not altogether consistent enough to always trouble.

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Serbia could not hold on to that advantage though, as the Euro Champions equalized just before the first half, and held the scoreline till the end. The former was on the road, and right away in the 7th minute of the game, the hosts went under pressure and conceded a penalty. Serbia will consider them lucky though, as they held none other than Portugal to a draw.

Aleksandar Mitrovic once again scored, for the fifth time in five group matches, against Montenegro on Saturday to give his side a 2-0 lead. Eventually, it would become the winning goal for them after the opposition had pulled one back. He's just so lethal in international football, and if he plays he's one to watch yet again. Pulling the strings in midfield is Dusan Tadic. The Ajax man set up the first goal of the match with the aforementioned opponents, and he remains one of the trickiest customers in the group.

They have just two draws, both consecutively, to go with eight losses in the last year, showing a severely awful run of form. They have got to get something going, but even with Serbia experiencing difficulties, it is almost impossible to see them turning it around here and now. Lithuania will have those same feelings, but they have it much worse than Serbia do.

The Eagles are likely to leave their hearts on the field and seeing that important attacker Aleksandar Mitrovic is likely to return to the starting line-up, we are tempted to put our money on Mladen Krstajics troops. Serbia will be aiming to make amends for a heavy 5-0 loss to Ukraine when they host Lithuania at their Stadion Rajko Mitic on Monday evening. This has to go down as a must-win game for the Serbs, who are determined to secure a top-two finish in Group B.

This has to go down as a must-win game for the Serbs, who are determined to secure a top-two finish in Group B. The Eagles are likely to leave their hearts on the field and seeing that important attacker Aleksandar Mitrovic is likely to return to the starting line-up, we are tempted to put our money on Mladen Krstajics troops. Serbia will be aiming to make amends for a heavy 5-0 loss to Ukraine when they host Lithuania at their Stadion Rajko Mitic on Monday evening.

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Nemanja Matic has also developed into a key member of the Serbian national team that have been largely struggling of late. Matic was in the form of his life in the 2013/2014 Primeira Liga campaign and he helped the Eagles clinch the domestic trophy. He rejoined Chelsea in 2014 for a fee of 25M and he helped the Blues win the Premier League title in the 2014/2015 season.

Lithuania also join them on one point as well, so if they hope to progress they, too, will need an unlikely result. Ahead of this match, Serbia find themselves in a massive spot of bother here. They are bottom of the group having played three times and have only one point to show for it. Failing to win here would be major bad news and would end their hopes of realistically qualifying via the normal route.

Now, all that is left to do is finish it off on a high note. Serbia should win and win handsomely in order to seal up the group victory. Expert Verdict: Having gone unbeaten in the group so far, Serbia will come into this match knowing they need a point to win group and move into League B. This is still a very strong squad that should have plenty about it to see of a poor Lithuanian outfit that have struggled mightily in the group.

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Lithuania, on the other hand, come into the match amid a rather poor spell of form where they earned just one draw in four outings, holding Latvia off and beaten by Estonia, Iran, and Poland along the way. Theyve struggled to keep up with the big guns and Serbians will surely hope to show off as a dominant outfit on the day.