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Predicton: Serbia vs Brazil 0

Posted on June 26, 2018 by Veselin Trajkovic

Prediction: Both teams to score.

Best odds: 5/6

Bookmakers: Ladbrokes and Coral.

As the group stage of the 2018 World Cup slowly draws to its close, group E is set to be resolved on Wednesday evening. At the moment, Brazil and Switzerland seem like the two teams most likely to progress. Costa Rica lost their two games so far and even if they beat Switzerland in the third and final round they cannot progress further. Serbia, however, still stand a chance but in order to qualify for the round of 16, they will have to perform a small miracle and win their game against Brazil.

Prediction: Serbia vs Switzerland 0

Posted on June 21, 2018 by Veselin Trajkovic

Prediction: Total goals over 2.5

Best odds: 8/5

Bookmaker: Ladbrokes, Coral.

On Monday evening, Serbia and Switzerland will confront each other in the second round of group E of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Both teams achieved satisfactory results in the opening round as Serbia beat Costa Rica by 1-0, courtesy of a superb free-kick by Aleksandar Kolarov, and the Swiss held off Brazil to a 1-1 draw with Steven Zuber’s header cancelling out Philippe Coutinho’s long-range stunner.

Arsenal tracking Benfica winger Andrija Zivkovic 0

Posted on February 06, 2018 by Milos Markovic

Having completed a highly successful transfer window this winter, Arsenal are said to be preparing a summer plan that will see them continue to build upon the existing squad in order to create a team capable of competing for major honours next season.

The arrival of chief scout Sven Mislintant from Borussia Dortmund has seen Arsenal take a U-turn on their transfer philosophy and Gunners are once again imposing themselves as an attractive destination for world-class footballers, while they simultaneously attempt to round some of Europe’s most emerging talents.

Arsenal’s Petr Cech set to become most-capped Czech Republic international 0

Posted on November 13, 2015 by Crippy Cooke

Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech is on the verge of making history for the Czech Republic, with the veteran shot-stopper on course to become his country’s most-capped star. The 33-year-old has made 117 appearances for the Nároďák, and will surpass Karel Poborsky’s total of 118 if he features against Serbia and Poland this month.

He’s been a regular for his country for 13 years, and is now on course to become the Czech’s highest appearance maker. Cech has shone for his new club this season, delivering standout showings between the sticks since his move from London rivals Chelsea, and will be hoping to shine for his country on what could be a landmark month in his career.

Arsenal striker booed by own fans on international duty 0

Posted on September 08, 2015 by David Nugent

Arsenal’s French striker Olivier Giroud was booed during his country’s 2-1 friendly victory over Serbia on Monday night. The 28-year-old was substituted after an hour of the international following jeering from his own fans.

Giroud has not made the best of starts to the season, but is the only Arsenal’s player to have scored for his club this season, with the Gunners other two goals coming from own goals. His performance for Les Blues was under-par.

Giroud is much-maligned in north London, because many do not consider him good enough to lead a potential title charge for the Gunners.

Arsenal to offer trial to highly-rated Serbian Mladen Micanovic 0

Posted on July 23, 2014 by Crippy Cooke

Serbian midfielder Mladen Micanovic could be on his way to the Emirates, with the club offering him a trial to prove his worth this summer.

The 17-year-old, who currently plays for Serbian First League side FK Javor Ivanjica, will train with the Gunners first-team ahead of a potential £100K transfer should he impress.

Serie A giants Inter Milan were reportedly interested too, but Arsenal appear to have won the race, according to the Metro.

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