SERBIA, LIVE: Fight for the World Cup

LUXEMBOURG and Serbia are playing a qualifying match for the World Cup, and you can watch the broadcast of that duel live on the “Novosti” pages.

LUXEMBOURG - SERBIA, LIVE: Fight for the World Cup


Luxembourg – Serbia, starting at 20.45

Portugal leads the table in Group A with 13 points from five matches, Serbia is second with 11, Luxembourg is third with six – but with a game less, while at the bottom are the Republic of Ireland with two points, and Azerbaijan with one.

The winner of each European qualifying group will go directly to the World Cup hosted by Qatar in 2022, while ten second-placed teams, along with two from the League of Nations, will play a barrage. It will take place through “three tracks”, in which four participants, along with the semifinals and finals, will decide who will go to the World Cup.


Dragan Stojkovic Pixie

In addition to the match Serbia – Luxembourg, today in the group in which the “eagles” are, Azerbaijan and the Republic of Ireland are also playing, starting at 6 p.m.

On Tuesday, October 12, Dragan Stojković Piksi’s team will play against Azerbaijan in Belgrade.

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