Can Serbia keep their promotion hopes alive?
Back in June, the Eagles actually beat Sweden in Solna; Luka Jović's goal in first half stoppage time the only one of the night.
Overall, Dragan Stojković's team have seven points on the board, hammering Slovenia 4-1 in Belgrade, but then only managing a 2-2 draw in Ljubljana.
Andrija Živković and Aleksandar Mitrović had the visitors 2-0 up at Stadion Stožice, but a second half fightback from the hosts ensured the points were shared.
So, the Eagles remain second in Group B4, three points below Norway; those two clash in Oslo on Tuesday.
Serbia may be the only side in the section heading to Qatar in November, but it’s going to take back-to-back wins this week for them to snatch top spot.
When the draw was made back in December, first place was certainly Sweden’s ambition, but now they’re just trying to stave off relegation.
It’s been a tough years for Janne Andersson’s side, first beaten in the World Cup play-off final by Poland.
The Blågult did win their opening game in this group, 2-0 in Ljubljana, but have since lost three on the bounce.
So, Sweden kick off one point above Slovenia, with Tuesday’s meeting of the two in Stockholm set to be a relegation decider.
Stadion Rajko Mitić is one of the most atmospheric stadiums in Europe, but will be silent here.
This game is being played behind closed doors, as a result of racist behaviour by Serbian supporters during June’s two home fixtures.
Who will leave Belgrade with three massive points?