Serbia vs Moldova: The football national teams of World Cup Qualifying Group D Serbia faces Moldova today. The game will kick-off at 9:00 AM Pacific, 9:30 PM IST o September 2, Friday. The venue of the match Serbia vs Moldova is at FK Partizan Stadium. Recently these two teams met each other in the World Cup Qualifying in which Serbia won the match.
In the last five matches of Serbia in World Cup Qualifying – UEFA, and International Friendlies, they have won one match, lost one match and the other three matches ended in a draw. In the last five matches of Moldova in World Cup Qualifying – UEFA, and International Friendlies, they have won one match, lost two matches and the other two matches ended in a draw.
In the standing table of World Cup Qualifying UEFA Group D, Serbia is in the first place with 12 points whereas Moldova is in the last place with two points. So far both the teams played about six matches. In that Serbia won three and three matches were drawn whereas Moldova have lost four matches and two matches were drawn.
Serbia vs Moldova Live Match & Team News
People can watch and enjoy the live match Serbia vs Moldova which is telecasted on TV channels such as RTS 1, RTRS TV of Serbia and Moldova 1 of Moldova. The match is also live streamed on Fubo TV.
The team Serbia is lead by defender Branislav Ivanovic who wins his 95th International Cup. The talented Midfielders Zoran Tosic, Dusan Tadic, Adem Llajic, and Nemanja Matic are expected to be in the team today. The team Moldova is lead by the captain Alexandru Epureanu who is a defender and the midfielder Eugeniu Cebotaru is expected to be on the team who is the Key player of Moldova. It is predicted that in today’s match Serbia will win against Moldova.
Serbia vs Moldova Playing XI
Serbia Playing XI: Predrag Rajkovic, Nikola Maksimovic, Matija Nastasic, Branislav Ivanovic, Nemanja Gudelj, Nemanja Matic, Aleksandar Kolarov, Mijat Gacinovic, Aleksandar Mitrovic, Dusan Tadic, Filip Kostic
Moldova Playing XI: Ilie Cebanu, Alexandru Epureanu, Veaceslav Posmac, Igor Armas, Gheorghe Anton, Eugeniu Cociuc, Eugeniu Cebotaru, Andrei Cojocari, Radu Ginsari, Aleksandru Dedov, Artur Ionita