Adversary: Russia vs. Serbia Event type: UEFA Europa League 1st round Match time: 02:45, September 04 Match address
Russia: Favorable information 1. At present, the Russian Super League has ended 6 rounds of competition, and the national team competition has started in the league. The players’ competitive state and adaptability to the game are even better.
2. Since Russia won the second place in the B-League group in the last UEFA Europa League, Russia will continue to be in the B-League in this UEFA Europa League.
3. Russia’s ability to win and lose has improved significantly. There was only one draw in the last 16 games. Last year’s European Cup qualifiers were all winners and losers.
4. In the past 10 games, Russia has 9 wins and 1 loss. At the same time, the win index rate and the big ball rate both reached 50%.
5. In the European Cup qualifiers, Russia was in the same group as Belgium, Scotland, Kazakhstan, Cyprus and San Marino. In the end, Russia ranked second in the group with 8 wins and 2 losses, and successfully advanced to the main match.
6. Russia has played very well on the offensive end recently, scoring 37 goals in the last 10 games, and the scoring efficiency of 3.3 goals per game is also extremely terrifying.
7. Russia’s defensive performance is excellent. In the last 10 league games, they only conceded a goal in two games against Belgium and Scotland. The remaining 8 games have all zero opponents.
Unfavorable information 1. Russia played 3 small balls in 4 games in the last Europa League. In addition, it also played 3 small balls in 4 confrontations with Serbia in history. The team confronted opponents of comparable strength and needed to beware of small balls.
Zhongli Intelligence 1. Russia is currently ranked 38th in the world. Russia won the first European Cup in 1960 and has since won the runner-up three times.
Serbia: Favorable information 1. Since Serbia only won the first place in the C-League group in the last UEFA Europa League, it was assigned to the B-League in the UEFA Europa League in the 20-21 season.
2. Serbia’s goal increase is obvious, with at least 2 goals in the last 10 games, and 2.5 goals in 9 games.
3. In the past 10 away games, Serbia only lost 1 game and won 7 times during the period. The away game ability is not bad.
4. Serbia’s offensive performance is eye-catching. In the past 10 games, they have only been blocked by Ukraine. They have scored in all other games, with an average of 2 goals per game.
5. The head coach of Serbia, Tubakovic, previously served as the Super League team Shandong Luneng and Wuhan Zall. During his coaching Shandong Luneng, he led the team to win two league championships and two FA Cup championships.
In July 2019, Tubakovic became the head coach of Serbia.
Unfavorable information 1. Serbia’s key ball ability is average. The team ranked third in the group in the European Cup qualifiers. However, they only scored 2 draws and 2 losses in the 3 games against the main qualifying competitors Ukraine and Portugal, which made them unable to qualify directly.
2. Serbia’s defense is very average. They have conceded consecutive goals in the last 10 games, and the average conceded rate of 1.9 per game is very high at the national team level.
3. In the European Cup qualifiers, Serbia was in the same group as Ukraine, Portugal, Luxembourg, Lithuania and other strong teams in the European Cup qualifiers. In the end, they only finished third in the group and missed the direct promotion to the main match.
4. The Serbian Super League currently only has 1 round. After a long absence, they have not experienced too many games to recover their status. In terms of competitive status, they may be inferior to their opponents.
5. In the latest Europa League squad, Guangzhou R&F’s foreign aid Tosic was not selected, which had a certain impact on the team’s combat effectiveness. 6. In the latest game, Serbia drew 2-2 at home with Ukraine, and lost the index at the same time
The league’s 4-game winning streak ended.
Zhongli Intelligence 1. Serbia is currently ranked 29th in the world. After becoming an independent country in 2006, Serbia qualified for the 2020 and 2018 World Cups, but they all stopped in the group stage.