Montenegro vs Serbia European 2024 Championship Qualifying Group G Match To day ,team news,Playing XI, kick-off time

Montenegro vs Serbia Both Montenegro and Serbia will battle for consecutive victories at the start of their respective Euro 2024 qualifying campaigns when they clash on Monday night.

Montenegro kicked off their Group G campaign with a 1-0 win over Bulgaria on Friday. while Serbia defeated Lithuania 2-0 in the first leg.

Montenegro got off to a great start in Group G on Friday. They beat Bulgaria 1-0 in Razgrad, with Nikola Krstović scoring the only goal of the tournament in the 70th minute.


Montenegro vs Serbia

Montenegro vs Serbia Kick OFF Time


Event details:
NAME: Montenegro – Serbia
DATE: 27 Mar 2023
TIME: 18:45 UTC
VENUE: Stadion pod Goricom, Podgorica, Montenegro


The Brave Falcons have never reached the finals of a major international tournament. This is a testament to the extent of their challenges when it comes to Euro 2024.

Miodrak’s team Radulovic will fight for consecutive victories in this division. before returning to the field in June to welcome Hungary into their third game in the group

Montenegro has faced Serbia twice before. Both games were played in the UEFA Nations League in 2018, with Serbia winning 2-0 before winning 2-1 a month later in the second leg.

Indeed, the Brave Falcons are on a four-game losing streak ahead of Friday’s clash with Bulgaria. So victory will undoubtedly boost confidence in the camp.



Montenegro vs Serbia Playing XI


Montenegro possible starting lineup: Mijatovic; Vesovic, Savic, Vujacic, Radunovic; Savicevic, Scekic, Bakic; Marusic, Krstovic, Haksabanovic

Serbia possible starting lineup: V Milinkovic-Savic; Erakovic, Gudelj, Pavlovic; Zivkovic, Grujic, S Milinkovic-Savic, Kostic; Tadic, Mitrovic, Vlahovic


Montenegro is expected to be left without the services of Vladimir Jovovich, who was forced off after coming on as a second-half substitute against Bulgaria.

However, the national team did not report any problems in the first XI, so it is not surprising that head coach Radulović chose the same team for this tournament.

Stevan Jovetić is pushing to start, but the 33-year-old, who has scored 31 goals for his country, could be back on the bench once the first whistle blows.

Serbia is not worried about new injuries following their win over Lithuania, so their starting XI against Montenegro on Monday is expected to stay the same.

However, there may be changes in the central midfield. Maybe with Sergiu. Milinkovic-Savic

Aleksandar Mitrovic faces a long ban for Fulham after a red card in the last FA Cup tie against Manchester United, but he will lead the way again here.

meanwhile, Vlahovic will also play up front, with the 23-year-old looking to add to his goal against Lithuania on Friday.



Montenegro vs Serbia Last Match result


Montenegro form (all competitions):W L L D L W

Serbia form (all competitions):W L D L W W


Serbia was also victorious in the first round. beating Lithuania 2–0, with Dušan Tadić breaking through in the 16th minute, before Dušan Vlahović doubled the lead early in the second period.

Dragan Stojkovic’s team will rejoice at their chance at the top of the pack. including Hungary And another win on Monday would be another good step in the right direction.

The Eagles haven’t competed in the last four European Championships. But they have played in the last two World Cups, both of which have been knocked out at the group stage.

In Qatar, Serbia has only picked up one point from three group games in which they were eliminated in the first round. while Brazil and Switzerland were eliminated from Group G.

Stojkovic’s team also beat the US. In a friendly game at the end of January So they’ll be leaving on Monday night in search of a third straight victory.



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