Luxembourg took an early lead in Group B with a win over Lithuania and while Portugal will not be worried with the early pace setters, they will sure rue the missed chance in the game against Ukraine, which was by all means, a winnable game for Portugal, who have now drawn each of the last three. They are however unbeaten in the last seven matches, with three wins. Portugal have lost just two of their last 15 matches and at home in Euro qualifiers they have lost just once in 21 matches. Portugal have also not lost any of their last eight Euro qualifying matches. They face a Serbia side that is not a pushover as well; they have not lost any of their last seven matches and are unbeaten in eight away matches, while they have lost just once in 15. They however carry a really poor form to this game, as far as Euro qualifiers are concerned; they have managed just two wins in the last 10 and lost six. Away from home in the same qualifiers, Serbia have managed just a win in the last five, while they have never beaten Portugal, with the two sides having met four times. Portugal have two wins and two matches ended in draws.