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First Match:

November 25, 2022, 1:30 AM SGT


Lusail Stadium

Serbia has qualified for three of the last four World Cups as a separate nation, but since entering as Yugoslavia in 1998, they have not advanced past the Group Stages. They had a fantastic qualification campaign, winning every game they played and coming out on top of their league, but the excitement of their last match was the cherry on top.


Serbia needed a win in their final qualifier in Portugal to finish first in their group and qualify automatically; they fell down early but rallied to tie the game through Tadic before Mitrovic delivered in stoppage time to secure a 2-1 victory.


After missing out on last year's European Championships, this was a much-needed boost, and they'll be hoping to make up for the last three World Cups in which they've been eliminated in the first round.

Group G - 25 Nov - 01:30

Lusail Stadium - Lusail, Qatar

Brazil - (-0.5,-1) 1.6

Serbia - (+0.5,1) 2.35

Group G - 28 Nov - 18:00

Al Janoub Stadium - Al-Wakrah, Qatar

Serbia - (-0.5,0) 2.28

Cameroon - (+0.5,0) 1.64

Group F - 03 Dec - 03:00

Lusail Stadium - Lusail, Qatar



Aleksandar Mitrovic

Key Player: Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham)

An impressive international career has seen 28-year-old Aleksandar Mitrovic become his country's all-time leading scorer with 46 goals in 74 games.


When he first arrived in England at the age of 20, he had a difficult time adjusting to the Premier League with Fulham and Newcastle. However, his stock has since risen.


His 43 goals in 44 games in the Championship last year set a new record for goals in a single English league season, and his return to the Premier League this year kicked out with a pair of goals against Liverpool.