Portugal and Serbia are set for a winner-takes-all showdown to reach Qatar 2022 when they meet at Estádio da Luz in Lisbon on Sunday evening (19:45 UK time).
Both nations are locked horns on the same number of points and subsequently guaranteed a play-off spot but due to holding a superior goal-difference the Euro 2016 winners know they’ll qualify by avoiding defeat.
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Portugal vs Serbia previous line-ups:
- Portugal (vs Ireland): Patrício; Semedo, Pereira, Pepe, Dalot; Palhinha; Guedes, Nunes, Fernandes, Ronaldo; A. Silva.
- Serbia (vs Qatar): V. Milinković-Savić; Spajic, Mitrovic, Pavlovic; Radonjic, Grujic, Maksimovic, Mladenovic; Zivkovic, Lukic; Jovic.
Player to watch: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
With one game remaining the chances of Cristiano Ronaldo finishing as Europe’s leading WCQ top scorer is somewhat remote. As things currently stand the Portuguese forward has bagged six goals with Memphis Depay on nine being the current leader. The five-time Ballon d’Or recipient recently grabbed a hat-trick against lowly Luxembourg but was unable to breach Ireland’s defence last time out. Fernando Santos’ men were subsequently held to a goalless draw at the Aviva Stadium meaning they come into this showdown with Group A rivals Serbia level on 17 points. In the reverse fixture in Belgrade earlier this year Serbia and Portugal played out a 2-2 draw meaning Portugal’s superior goal-difference is what’s keeping them on top. If Man Utd’s ‘number seven’ features then it will be the seventh time Ronaldo faces Serbia and in those prior meetings he only found the net once and that was a Euro 2020 qualifier on the road in September 2019.
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