|Match||Serbia vs. Lithuania|
|Competition||2024 UEFA Euro Qualifying|
|Match day||1st round|
|Venue||Rajko Mitić Stadium, Beograd|
|Date||Friday, March 24, 2023|
|Official TV||FOX Sports App, Fox Sports 1, Foxsports.com, or VIX+|
Serbia and Lithuania will start their battle to qualify for Euro 2024 by meeting in qualifying Group G on Friday evening. Both teams are under pressure to put in a better performance after failing to qualify for the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
Serbia finished fifth in World Cup qualifying Group A with seven points from six matches, only goal difference ahead of Ireland, who are bottom of the standings. Dragan Stojkovic’s team only won one victory, namely when they beat Azerbaijan 2-1 in January. Since then, they have swallowed three defeats and one draw.
Lithuania also lacks an impressive record in the World Cup qualifying group stages. They have only collected two points from six matches and are in third position from bottom. Valdas Urbonas’ side have not tasted victory since June last year when they beat Turkey 2-0 in a friendly.
Hosted by Lithuania, Serbia has several quality players who can be a threat to the visiting team. One of them is Aleksandar Mitrovic, a Fulham striker who became the top scorer for his national team with 41 goals in 66 appearances.
Lithuania does not have stars playing in Europe’s top 5 leagues, but they can rely on Fedor Cernych’s experience as team captain. Cernych is his national team’s most fertile player with eight goals in 58 appearances. Currently Cernych plays for club AEL Limassol which competes in the First Division of Cyprus.
Interesting Statistics and Facts
Serbia has a very good record against Lithuania with seven wins and one loss from their previous eight matches.
Serbia has never drawn against Lithuania in their history.
Serbia has always scored at least two goals in their four home games against Lithuania, for a total of 13 goals.
Serbia had lost only once to Lithuania in their previous eight matches, namely a 2-1 loss in Vilnius in October 2015.
Lithuania had only won once against Serbia in their previous eight matches, namely a 2-1 win in Vilnius in October 2015.
Lithuania have not won or drawn in their four away games against Serbia, totaling two goals for and 13 goals conceded.
Lithuania has always conceded at least three goals in three of their four away games against Serbia.
- October 15, 2019 – Lithuania [1 – 2] Serbia (UEFA European Championship Qualifiers)
- June 11, 2019 – Serbia [4 – 1] Lithuania (UEFA European Championship Qualifiers)
- November 21, 2018 – Serbia [4 – 1] Lithuania (UEFA Nations League)
- September 08, 2018 – Lithuania [0 – 1] Serbia (UEFA Nations League)
- October 15, 2009 – Lithuania [2 – 1] Serbia (UEFA World Cup Qualifiers)
- November 18, 2022 – Bahrain [1 – 5] Serbia (Friendlies)
- November 25, 2022 – Brazil [2 – 0] Serbia (FIFA World Cup)
- November 28, 2022 – Cameroon [3 – 3] Serbia (FIFA World Cup)
- December 03, 2022 – Serbia [2 – 3] Switzerland (FIFA World Cup)
- January 26, 2023 – United States [1 – 2] Serbia (Friendlies)
- June 15, 2022 – Turkey [2 – 0] Lithuania (UEFA Nations League)
- September 23, 2022 – Lithuania [1 – 1] Faroe Islands (UEFA Nations League)
- September 26, 2022 – Luxembourg [1 – 0] Lithuania (UEFA Nations League)
- November 17, 2022 – Lithuania [0 – 0 P] Iceland (League)
- November 19, 2022 – Estonia [2 – 0] Lithuania (League)
Possible Starting Lineup:
|Serbia (3-5-2)||Lithuania (5-4-1)|
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Tonight there is an exciting match between Serbia vs Lithuania in the 2024 UEFA Euro Qualifying competition. If nothing changes, of course you can watch the live broadcast and live streaming of Serbia vs Lithuania via the FOX Sports App, Fox Sports 1, Foxsports.com, or VIX+ platforms.
Serbia vs. Lithuania Live Stream
Held at the Rajko Mitić Stadium, Beograd on Friday, March 24, 2023, the Serbia vs. Lithuania show will start kick-off at 14:45 EDT. The following is additional information on TV channels in several countries that are broadcasting streaming this match.
*Please Remember too! several streaming platforms or TV channels charge a subscription fee to access Serbia vs Lithuania shows, and the 2024 UEFA Euro Qualifying match schedule may change depending on broadcast rights holders.
Here is the live streaming link for Serbia vs. Lithuania in the UEFA Euro Qualifying 2024