The Super Eagles have continued to soar under the guidance of German tactician Gernot Rohr having only lost one game since he took over the reins of affairs, helping them to finish at the summit of Group B during the World Cup qualifiers.
Despite missing influential captain, John Mikel Obi on Friday, they continued their preparation for the 2018 Fifa World Cup on a flying note by upsetting Robert Lewandowski’s led Poland 1-0 in Wroclaw, thanks to Victor Moses’ strike from the penalty spot.
Both sides cancelling each other out at the end of 90 minutes of action is available at a juicy (3.15).
Serbia equally had an impressive qualifying campaign as they topped Group D of the European section. However, weeks after securing their berth to the global tournament, Slavoljub Muslin was sacked as the coach of the side and replaced by Krstajic.
Since then, they have only won once in their last three games including a 2-1 defeat to Morocco on Friday in Turin. Nevertheless, they will have to be at their best to return to winning ways with the same betting firm offering (2.60) for that.
The Africans are unbeaten in their last six games and are odds on at (1.35) to avoid defeat in this encounter.
Despite their recent unconvincing performance, the Europeans have not failed to score in their previous nine outings while their opponents also boast of impressive form in front of goal which makes the odds of (1.85) an interesting pick for both sides to score.