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They have just one point heading into this match, having been bested by Brazil and then surrendered a two-goal lead to draw 3-3 with Cameroon. Serbia will have to cut out the errors in their final match of the group stage to get the win against a difficult opponent in Murat Yakin's team. Switzerland, meanwhile, will progress with a draw as long as Cameroon do not beat Brazil in the other match. Serbia vs Switzerland tips and predictionsThis should be a tight and nervy affair so don't expect many goals. Backing under 2. 5 goals has paid off in all of Switzerland's last three matches so it's worth doing so this time around at odds of 4/5 (1.
Serbia vs Switzerland: Predictions, tips & betting odds
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Serbia vs Switzerland: Predictions, tips & betting oddsBetting 6:39 AM EST 12/1/22 Serbia need to win this game to have a chance of going through whereas a point should be enough for their opponents Switzerland hope to book their place in the knockout stages of the World Cup on Friday when they come up against Serbia. The Swiss started the campaign with a win against Cameroon before going down 1-0 to Brazil and sit second in the table heading into the final group stage match. Serbia vs Switzerland latest oddsSerbia are the slight favourites to get the win in this match which would give them a chance of going through to the next round at odds of 13/8 (2. 63) with bet365.
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Whatever the outcome, Dragan Stojkovic’s team could have been in a much better position if they had just beaten Cameroon in their previous game, and they looked almost certain winners against the African side at one point. After the opposition’s Jean-Charles Castelletto opened the scoring, Serbia took a 2-1 lead at the half thanks to goals from Strahinja Pavlovic and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic. Aleksandar Mitrovic added a third shortly after the restart, but two goals in quick succession from the Indomitable Lions mean that only a win will suffice for Serbia, and even that will not ensure automatic progression if Cameroon defeats Brazil. Switzerland is in a strong position to advance to the knockout stages after defeating Cameroon 1-0 in their first Group G game.
Breel Embolo scored the game’s only goal early in the second half, securing a crucial three points for his national team against his birth country. Nati have only managed one goal in their first two games, falling to a 1-0 defeat against Brazil in their most recent match despite dominating for the majority of the game. Casemiro scored late to deny Murat Yakin’s team a vital point, but they remain in a strong position for the time being, needing only to avoid defeat unless Cameroon beats Brazil.
Probable Lineups Aleksandar Mitrovic scored his first goal of the tournament against Cameroon, and the talisman is now fully recovered and ready to lead Serbia’s attack. Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, who is having an excellent season with Lazio, is expected to play on the right flank, while captain Dusan Tadic is expected to play on the left. Strahinja Pavlovic, Milos Veljkovic, and Nikola Milenkovic are likely to start for the Eagles, as they have done in the previous two matches.
In terms of Switzerland, Noah Okafor is the only injury concern for Murat Yakin, as he currently has a muscle problem, though he was never a sure starter, having played less than 20 minutes against Cameroon. Given that a point should be enough to secure Nati’s progression, the manager may take the same cautious approach he used against Brazil, with Granit Xhaka and Remo Freuler sitting in front of the back four. Breel Embolo, Switzerland’s only goal scorer to date, should lead the attack, supported by Djibril Sow through the middle, while Ruben Vargas and a returning Xherdan Shaqiri could provide support in advanced wide roles.
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Switzerland are the outsiders to pick up three points at odds of 9/5 (2. 80) while the draw is priced at 9/4 (3. 25). Serbia vs Switzerland first goal scorer oddsSerbia stars Aleksandar Mitrovic and Dusan Vlahovic are the favourites to open the scoring at 9/2 (5. 50) while compatriot Luka Jovic is available at 6/1 (7. 00). Haris Seferovic is Switzerland's lowest-priced player to score the first goal of the game at 7/1 (8.
Switzerland are the outsiders to pick up three points at odds of 9/5 (2. 80) while the draw is priced at 9/4 (3. 25). Serbia vs Switzerland first goal scorer oddsSerbia stars Aleksandar Mitrovic and Dusan Vlahovic are the favourites to open the scoring at 9/2 (5. 50) while compatriot Luka Jovic is available at 6/1 (7. 00). Haris Seferovic is Switzerland's lowest-priced player to score the first goal of the game at 7/1 (8. 00). Serbia vs Switzerland previewSerbia absolutely must win this match to have any chance of going through to the next round of the competition.
Serbia vs Switzerland: FIFA World Cup Live Stream, Form Guide, Head to Head, Schedule, Fixture and Probable LineupsSerbia face Switzerland in their final Group G game on Friday at Stadium 974, with the Eagles knowing they must win to advance to the knockout stages. Nati will likely be satisfied with a point if Cameroon fails to beat Brazil in the group’s other remaining game. Serbia still has a chance to advance to the knockout stages, but they will be disappointed that they are not in a better position going into the final game. The Eagles fell to an expected defeat against Brazil in the opener, despite holding the star-studded side off for quite some time, but a second-half Richarlison brace ensured that they took nothing from the match.
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