Serbia entertain Montenegro in Belgrade on Tuesday night in a Euro 2024 qualifier. Serbia are second in Group G, two points ahead of their opponents, who have a game in hand. A victory for the hosts tonight would take them a huge step closer to next summer’s finals in Germany.

We’ve picked out some of the best markets on offer for this contest.

Serbia vs Montenegro Betting Tips

  • Dusan Tadic to score anytime – 11/5
  • Serbia and both teams to score (Yes) – 23/10

Match Odds

Serbia are the 4/11 favourites to win this one. A draw can be backed at 18/5, while a Montenegro victory is priced at 17/2.

Team news

There are no fresh injury concerns for both teams heading into Tuesday’s fixture but Montenegro will be without Igor Vujacic, who was sent off against Bulgaria last month. Zarko Tomasevic is likely going to take his place in defence.

After starting on the bench in the 2-1 defeat to Hungary last time out, veteran attacker Dusan Tadic is likely to come back into the lineup for this crunch clash.

Dusan Tadic to score anytime @ 11/5

Tadic has been a key figure for his national team over the years, and after being dropped to the bench last time out, he will be pushing for a place in the lineup on Tuesday. He will want to make an impact in a game that could be crucial in Serbia’s qualification hopes.

And while his influence on the pitch cannot be understated, he hasn’t had the most proficient campaign in terms of goal contributions. Tadic has just the one goal so far, which means that he will be hungry to add to his tally, especially as it will strengthen his credentials to keep his name on the team sheet.

Serbia and both teams to score (Yes) @ 23/10

With a game on home soil that could be pivotal in seeing them line up in Germany next summer, Serbia will view this game as a must-win after losing to Hungary a few days ago, especially against the team that are currently their biggest threat for the second qualification spot.

Serbia won the reverse fixture 2-0 back in March which will give them a psychological advantage heading into the game, but they have also been unable to keep a clean sheet in any of their qualifiers since. Montenegro have improved in front of goal since then too, and they will also be well aware of just how important this fixture is given that they can go above Serbia and have a game in hand over them.

This could be a tough afternoon for the hosts but we’re expecting them to get through it with the talent at their disposal.

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