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Norway vs Serbia

September 27, 2022

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Match preview

Both are on the cusp of promotion to League A for the very first time, so who will be celebrating in Oslo?

Norway could’ve rubber stamped top spot on Saturday, and looked set to do just that when Erling Braut Håland broke the deadlock in Ljubljana.

However, Slovenia rallied and came back, pulling off a surprise 2-1 victory.

Ståle Solbakken’s team do remain top of this group, needing just a point to remain there, but a nervy night awaits.

Later on at the weekend, Serbia kept alive their promotion ambitions by hammering Sweden 4-1 in Belgrade.

The Nordic side actually took the lead in that one, only for Aleksandar Mitrović's hat-trick, followed by Saša Lukić’s clincher, saw them to an emphatic victory.

The Fulham striker has now scored 49 international goals, including two hat-tricks, 33 of which have come since the 2018 World Cup.

This means Dragan Stojković’s team join Norway on ten points but, having won the reverse fixture in June, it is the Lions boast the superior head-to-head record.

In better news for the Eagles, they did win their last trip to Oslo, prevailing 2-1 in the Euro 2020 play-offs.

So, who will be celebrating promotion to the Nations League’s top-tier at Ullevål?

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