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Norway vs Serbia Preview, Tips and Odds – Sportingpedia

Norway and Serbia will meet for a play-off match at Ulleval Stadium in the capital Oslo on Thursday. The winner of the clash will play against either Scotland or Israel in the next and final game before the Euro 2021 draw.

Norway head to head against Serbia

Worth mentioning: The two nations have never met on the football field before.

Norway versus Serbia statistics

Status 06.10 Last game Last 10 games Last 5 home / away games
Norway victory 5 W / 1 D / 4 L. 2 W / 2 T / 1 L.
Serbia To draw 5 W / 2 T / 3 L. 2 W / 1 D / 2 L.

Last game Norway: 07/09/2020 UEFA Nations League: Northern Ireland 1-5 Norway; Paddy McNair 6 ‘; Mohamed Elyounoussi 2 ‘, Erling Haaland 7’, 58 ‘, Alexander Sorloth 19’, 47 ‘,
Top performer Norway: Erling Haaland 3 goals 1 assist, Alexander Sorloth 2 goals 1 assist, Mohamed Elyounoussi 1 goal.
Next game Norway: 11/10/2020 UEFA Nations League: Norway – Romania
Last game Serbia: 06.09.2020 UEFA Nations League: Serbia 0-0 Turkey; Aleksandar Kolarov of the home team was sent off in the 49th minute for two yellow cards.
Top performer Serbia: Aleksandar Mitrovic 1 goal, Darko Lazovic 0 goals 1 assist.
Next game Serbia: 11/10/2020 UEFA Nations League: Serbia – Hungary

Last 10 games GF: GA Over 2.5 goals BTTS Clean sheets
Norway 21-9 5 7th 3
Serbia 18-19 8th 7th 2

Worth mentioning: Norway recorded an all-out 5-1 away win against Norhtern Ireland in September. You have only lost one of the last eleven encounters and three of the last twenty. Only one of the last seven clashes in Norway has resulted in a win for the host country, and this coincides with the only occasion the teams playing at home have scored more than one goal, as they each scored exactly one of the six goals. Four of the country’s last five games have scored more than 2.5 goals and in four cases both teams involved have hit the back of the nets. The loss to Austria was the first home loss since 2016, when Norway lost to Germany 16 games in Oslo before.
Serbia couldn’t beat Turkey when the two nations met in September as the game ended in a boring goalless draw. The Serbs have not won three games in a row, have drawn two and lost to Russia. This defeat is the only one in Serbia’s last seven games, but their defensive problems have been exposed and the team have conceded one goal in twelve of their last fourteen games. All but one of the last five meetings in Serbia had more than 2.5 goals, and each of those goals also witnessed goals at both ends.

Norway versus Serbia news

Missing players Norway: No reports of injuries or suspensions.
Missing players Serbia: No reports of injuries or suspensions.

Norway versus Serbia predictions

Over 2.5 goals – 2.25 @ bet365

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