Serbia travels to their neighbours Montenegro in fine form as they look to show them that ranking above them on the FIFA rankings means they are a better team.
After beating Costa Rica, Serbia looked like they would be reaching the knockout stages of the last World Cup, however, they were subsequently beaten by both Switzerland and Brazil and left after the group stages.
They earned a 1-0 win over Lithuania before drawing 2-2 against Romania in their previous Euro Nations League game, and they would need to win this game if they want to stand any chance of topping this group as things look tight.
Serbia is blessed with some of the best players that have either played or are currently playing in the Premier League and that should make this game easy for them as their opponents are really unknown quantity at the moment.
Montenegro have been under the shadows of their visitors since the two countries split and that should continue in this game. Nevertheless, they have made a good start to this competition after beating Lithuania 2-0 in their first game.
This games against Serbia will be tough but they should hope their home advantage will help. They will be without their main centre-back Stefan Savic as well as Nikola Vuvkevic, which will definitely suck some of the defensive grit out of the side and the replacements in these areas are quite weak so it will have to be a whole team effort if they want to get anything from this game.