Lithuania (@14.0) vs Serbia (@1.11)

Our Prediction:

Serbia will win

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

Lithuania will almost always trouble when at home, even if they don't win, but on the road they will falter to the Serbians, who have had some rather impressive results of late. Expert Verdict: There was a pretty obvious disparity between the two teams that showed through in the Nations League last year, and there has not been all that much change in the time since then to suggest that Lithuania will have anything for Serbia.

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.

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In three travelling matches in that competition, Lithuania conceded nine goals, scored just one, conceded an average of 2.05 expected goals and posted an average of only 0.65 for. If we also look at how Lithuania fared on the road during the soon to be concluded UEFA Nations League, then its easy to fear for them ahead of this match. In contrast, Serbia averaged 1.99 expected goals for and conceded an average of 1.03 at home in the Nations League.

First place here in League C, Group 4 has been nearly sealed up after Serbia defeated Montenegro on Saturday. That puts the Serbians on a total of 11 points from five matches, but they still have some work to do because they are just two ahead of Romania. A win is still required, just in case Romania win. As for Lithuania, they will not have a chance to move off the bottom after they've lost all five of their matches so far in the group.

Serbia vs Lithuania Predictions

Eagles now open their UEFA Nations League campaign in League C Group 4 with a trip to Lithuania on Friday evening and hope to bounce back quickly, showing off as a tough side on the road once again. They come off as heavy favourites to do so and for a reason, seeing Mladen Krstajic should have no troubles lifting their team spirits.

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The team was on the road and managed to rattle the fans at the stadium with a goal in the 14th minute. But right at the end of the first half the home team recorded an equalizer and added one more ten minutes into the second half. Lithuania could have done something with their early goal against Luxembourg, and really did threaten to do so.

Correct Score Prediction: Serbia 2-0 Lithuania

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.

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. 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. In midfield, Dusan Tadic will be a key man. 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.

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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.

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.

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.