It’s been an intensely competitive Group B4 in the Nations League this season, and the tale of the tape, going into the final matchday on Tuesday, is simple: a win for either Norway or Serbia in this concluding fixture would guarantee promotion to League A.
As things currently stand, Norway lead the charge atop the group but are level on points with Serbia. Both nations have won three, drawn once and suffered the single defeat. Stale Solbakken’s Lovene currently have the upper hand owing to their superior head-to-head record.
It’s a winner-takes-all affair at the Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo next week, and Dragan Stojkovic knows he has a side capable of slaying Erling Haaland and Co. They lost 1-0 in the reverse fixture in Belgrade on matchday one, so revenge (and a shot at promotion) will be on their minds.
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Norway vs Serbia match stats
It’s very likely that this will be a high-scoring affair. Serbia are currently the leading scorers in League B of the 2022/23 Nations League with 11 goals, five of which have been netted by consistent net-buster Aleksandar Mitrovic.
But, Norway are certainly no laggards in the goals department. Mitrovic’s return may be impressive, but Erling Haaland’s is, of course, better. The generational goal fiend is naturally the top scorer in League B with six goals, one of which came against Serbia.
Incredibly, Norway have only scored seven goals this Nations League, meaning Haaland has been involved in 86% of their total output — Alexander Sorloth is their only other goalscorer.
15 Nov 2006 – Serbia 1-1 Norway – International friendly
The most memorable fixture is of course that European Championship qualifier in 2020. Serbia beat Norway in their semi-final play-off 2-1, with Sergej Milinkovic-Savic netting a brace, and the match-winner in extra-time. Ljubisa Tumbakovic’s men, though, would go on to lose their play-off final to Scotland and miss out on Euro 2020 last summer.
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