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SER vs UKR Dream11 Team Prediction | UEFA Euro Qualifiers – Ukraine vs Serbia Fantasy Team News

SER vs UKR Match Preview, Team News, Lineups
Ukraine will be looking to stay at the top in their group when they host Serbia in the 3rd round of the UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifier match at Arena Lviv.

Story of the group so far:

As mentioned, Ukraine are sitting atop in Group B, ahead of both Portugal and Serbia.
All three aforementioned teams are also the only unbeaten teams in this group.
Ukraine played out a stalemate in Game-1 before winning 1-2 away to Luxembourg in the last game.
While Serbia’s only game was a 1-1 draw away against Portugal at Estádio da Luz.

Match Details:
The UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifier match will be played between Ukraine and Serbia at Arena Lviv, in Lviv, Ukraine. The ground has a capacity of 34,915.
The game will start at 12:15 AM (IST), on Saturday, June 08.

Broadcast details:

Sony Sports Network has the exclusive rights to broadcast UEFA Euro Qualifiers matches in India. Premier members can also enjoy the live action on the official SonyLiv App.

Recent form (Last six matches)
Ukraine – W W W L D W
Serbia – W D W W D D

Ukraine Team News:
Sergey Yarmolenko is in the squad and could start the match. Image Credit @Twitter
The biggest news for Ukraine and all the West Ham fans is the return of Andriy Yarmolenko. The 29-year-old hasn’t played a single match in 2019 after suffering Achilles injury in October 2018.
Schalke winger Yevhen Konoplyanka, who can also play in the midfield, is back from the hip injury.
Andriy Shevchenko named a huge preliminary squad, which he has trimmed down to 23.
The likes of Artem Shabanov, Vitaly Nikolenko, Igor Plastun, Sergey Sidorchuk, Nikolay Shaparenko, Vladimir Shepelev, Yaroslav Rakitskiy, Andriy Boryachuk and Serhiy Bolbat miss out.

Ukraine Squad for the next two Euro Games:
Goalkeepers: Andriy Lunin, Yuriy Pankiv, Andriy Pyatov
Defenders: Mykyta Burda, Vitaliy Mykolenko, Bogdan Butko, Eduard Sobol, Oleksandr Karavayev, Ihor Plastun, Sergiy Kryvtsov, Mykola Matviyenko
Midfielders: Volodymyr Shepelyev, Taras Stepanenko, Mykola Shaparenko, Viktor Kovalenko, Ivan Petriak, Ruslan Malinovsky, Roman Bezus, Viktor Tsyhankov, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Yevhen Konoplyanka, Marlos
Forwards: Artem Kravets, Roman Yaremchuk, Andriy Yarmolenko

Probable XI: Pyatov (GK), Mykolenko, Matviyenko, Burda, Butko, Zinchenko, Konoplyanka, Malinovskiy, Bezus, Tsygankov, Roman Yaremchuk

Serbia Team News:
Manchester United defensive midfielder Nemanja Matic misses out due to the injury as is the case with Red Star Belgrade midfielder Branko Jovičić who plays in the same position.
Expect Nemanja Maksimović to start in the No-6 role against Ukraine.
Red Star Belgrade right-back Milan Gajić has failed to make the cut for Serbia’s squad for Euro 2020 Qualifiers. Antonio Rukavina is expected to be named on the right side of the defense.
Aleksandar Kolarov returns to Serbia squad after missing the last two games with an injury. If the 33-year-old AS Roma left-back starts, which most probably will be the case, then expect Filip Mladenović to drop down to the bench.
The goalkeeping and the Centre-back positions shouldn’t be the problems as Marko Dmitrović, Nikola Milenković and Uroš Spajić are all in the squad and will start in their respective positions.
Red Star Belgrade striker Milan Pavkov, who scored two sensational goals against Liverpool in the group stage of the 2018-19 Champions League, will be serving the 2nd of his three-game ban here. He was sent off against Germany.
There will be some changes in the attacking department. You can’t keep Luka Jovic out of the squad now, no matter how incredible the form of Aleksandar Mitrović is for his country. But sometimes the winning combination reins in the mind of the managers and that’s why we think Mitrovic starts here, with Dusan Tadic providing support in the attack.
Jovic has earned the right to be Serbia’s leading forward after his breakthrough season with Frankfurt. Real Madrid acquired his services after shelling out £52.4m (€60m) for his transfer.
Sergej Milinković-Savić, Nenad Krstičić, Luka Milivojević, and Marko Grujić have been left out as well.

Serbia Squad for the next two Euro Games:
Goalkeepers: Nikola Vasiljević, Marko Dmitrović, Predrag Rajković
Defenders: Nikola Milenković, Uroš Spajić, Aleksandar Kolarov, Antonio Rukavina, Stefan Mitrović, Miloš Veljković, Filip Mladenović
Midfielders: Mijat Gaćinović, Saša Lukić, Adem Ljajić, Nemanja Maksimović, Andrija Živković, Filip Kostić, Aleksandar Katai, Fejsa Ljubomir, Dušan Tadić, Darko Lazović, Nemanja Radonjić
Forwards: Aleksandar Prijović, Luka Jović, Aleksandar Mitrović

Probable XI: Dmitrovic (GK), Mladenovic / Kolarov, Milenkovic, Spajic, Rukavina, Gacinovic, Ljajic, Maksimovic, Lazovic, Tadic, Mitrovic

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