Serbia vs Paraguay Live Stream: Serbia vs Paraguay Friendly predictions, betting tips, correct score, and preview here. Serbia backed to a pick-me-up ahead of their EURO 2020 qualifier.
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Serbia vs Paraguay Match Info
Match date: 10th October 2019
Kick-Off: 7:45 pm
Stadium: Stadion Mladost, Krusevac
Serbia vs Paraguay Head to Head Record
The sides take on each other for the first time ever, as Paraguay travel to Krusevac – just over 120 miles out of capital Belgrade.
Serbia vs Paraguay Stats
Serbia struggled for consistency and saw their chances for a top 2 spot in Group B diminished
Eagles beat Luxembourg (1-3) last time out in September
Paraguay beat Jordan (2-4) in September and ended a streak of five games without a win
Serbia vs Paraguay Match Preview
Serbia host Paraguay for their Friendly clash at Stadion Mladost in Krusevac, looking to build on their 1-3 win over Luxembourg in September and keep hold of their consistency as the EURO 2020 Qualifiers campaign continues on Monday. They have struggled to make it happen lately and will now be desperate for a pick-me-up.
Indeed, Eagles have seen an unpredictable run and the 2-4 home loss to Portugal sees them a point behind the 2nd placed rivals in Group B, who also have a game in hand. This has few believing Ljubisa Tumbakovic’s men have what it takes to overturn their luck, which makes the Thursday evening contest all the more important.
Paraguay have less to think about as they travel to Serbia, despite a somewhat disappointing run behind them too. They’ve beaten Jordan (2-4) in a six-goal thriller to end a run of five outings without a win, seeing a Copa America exit in the hands of Brazil and failing to bounce quickly, with a 2-0 loss to Japan also on the records since.
Los Guaranies have been rather solid defensively but struggled in the final third, which could be the reason behind their all-out attacking style against Jordan – hardly recognizable in the long run. They’ve failed to find the net in three games beforehand and we feel they could struggle to create and convert chances now as well.
We will thus back Serbia to bag a confidence booster on the day and we’ll go for a Home win at 19/20 with bet365, which does feel like the best value in the market despite their struggles to impress or retain any real consistency this year.
We feel they’ll have to build such a success on a defensive display before anything else, as Paraguay often force rivals into such contests. With that in mind, we’re now also sticking with few goals and Under 2.5 Goals FT at 8/11 with Unibet.