Mladen Krstajic’s men have an impressive away record and should be able to take the points in what is sure to be a heated Nations League clash
Montenegro are looking to stay unbeaten in the Nations League when they welcome Serbia to Podgorica on Thursday night.
This is the first meeting between the two countries since their split in 2006 and there will be no love lost at the Podgorica City Stadium.
That 21/20 (2.05) quote on Serbia to win is currently an industry best price and looks a good price for a team that have won five of their last seven away matches.
Notable victories include those in Ireland and Nigeria, and they should have few problems seeing off their neighbours to claim their second Nations League win and go top of Group 4 in League C.
Although Serbia do not score many goals – they have netted just nine in those last seven away games – all five of their wins have come to nil and they have conceded just once in their last eight victories both home, away and at the World Cup.
Mladen Krstajic’s side can be backed at 43/20 (3.15) to win and keep a clean sheet, and this may prove a popular option with punters.
This does not make positive reading for Montenegro, whose 2-0 win over Lithuania in their previous Nations League clash broke a seven-game winless streak stretching back over a year.
They have found the net in just three of those fixtures and that victory over Lithuania was just their fourth in their last 11 home games.
With that in mind, the 21/20 (2.05) price on Serbia to claim victory and edge closer to promotion looks like a solid bet for Thursday night in the Nations League.