Japan vs Serbia
|HT Score||FT Score||ET Score||PS Score|
|Full Time Result||Votes||Odds|
|Under 3.5 ✅||3|
Current Standing & Form
These are the latest stats for Japan and Serbia in the current season.
|Team||Last 5 Match Performance||W||D||L||GF||GA||CS||Avg. GF||Avg. GA||TT1G|
Head 2 Head
Results of the Previous Encounters between Japan and Serbia
|11 Oct, 2013||0||2|
|7 Apr, 2010||0||3|
Here are the latest predictions for Japan vs Serbia and betting tips from our tipsters.
It’s been a thrilling 2021 for Japan who have won all four of their games, scoring 31 times whilst conceding only once. Remarkably, Hajime Moriyasu’s men even came within one goal of matching their all-time record victory (15-0 vs Philippines, 1967) with their 14-0 win over Mongolia in March. Though this promises to be a more stern test against Serbia who they’ve never previously scored against (L2). Despite Japan’s incredible recent record, they have not won any of their last seven encounters with UEFA nations since a 1-0 win over #97 ranked Cyprus back in 2014. Notably, only three games in the aforementioned sequence saw goals before HT, whilst six were level at the break. After failing to win at short odds last time out, Dragan Stojkovic’s Serbia can take comfort in the fact they came from behind to extend an unbeaten run which now stretches ten matches (W3, D7-90mins only). Furthermore Stojkovic-managed side have cisited Misaki Park Stadium on six prior occasions and never lost (W5, D1)-all victories were by a single-goal margin. Though ranked three places above Japan by FIFA, Serbia (#25) possess a mere 22.22% win rate across their last 18 games vs nations ranked within ten places of their hosts (#28). Interestingly, just one third of the aforementioned games saw at least one goal in both halves despite the 18 games averaging 2.61 total goals per fixture.
the visitors may struggle to pose an attacking threat against the Samurai Blue, and I feel that the hosts have greater strength in depth to enable them to come out on top in Kobe.
Japan vs Serbia very tough and unpredictable game. Japan FIFA ranking 28th and this is their home game. Serbia FIFA ranking 25th. Japan will get home advantage against team like Serbia. So, I think Japan will win this match and score will be 1-0
Japan will be relying on U-24 teams or the one which are prepared for the Olympic games next month for this fixture. Serbia, on the other hand, is likely to try out the players in the squad before getting back on the World Cup qualifiers later. Dragan Stojkovic’s side might be rotating the squad too by focusing on the uncapped or youngsters. A stalemate would be a fair result.
Japan are a home team and they have performed better than Serbia in the last five games. So, place a bet for Japan to win. There will be 2 or 3 goals in the game.