Portugal vs Serbia match time in IST, GMT with TV telecast and broadcast channels of UEFA Euro 2016 qualification match.
The Portuguese will face Serbia in upcoming game of European qualifiers on this Sunday in Lisbon. After winning last La Decima at Estadio Da Luz, the all time top goal scorer of EURO championship, Cristiano Ronaldo will be looking for another win. One more win and the navigators will secure first spot in Group I. Top two teams from this group will qualify for the finals of UEFA Euro 2016, while the third place team will play play-off round.
Portugal vs Serbia Match Time and TV Channels
|Competition||UEFA EURO Qualifier|
|Date||29 Mar 2015 [GMT], 30 Mar [IST]|
|Time||6:45 pm [GMT], 12:15 am [IST]|
|Stadium||Estadio Da Luz|
|Seating capacity||66,647 spectators|
|Home team||The Navigators|
|Away team||The Eagles|
|Telecast channels||Sony Six SD, Sony Six HD|
World wide telecast channels
Serbia: RTRS TV, RTS 1
India: Sony Six SD / HD
Argentina: Movistar TV, DIRECTV Play Latin America
Brazil: SporTV, ESPN Brazil
Canada: Sportsnet World Now
China: CCTV5+ VIP, CNTV Sports
Italy: Sky Sport 1 HD Italia, Sky Calcio 1
Japan: Fox Sports Japan
Netherlands: Sport1 Voetball
Norway: MAX Norge
Spain: Movistar TV
United Kingdom: NOW TV, Sky Go, Sky Go Extra, Sky Sports 2 / HD
United States: ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, Watch ESPN
Uruguay: DIRECTV Uruguay, DIRECTV Play Latin America
Portugal vs Serbia Euro 2016 Qualifier Preview
The Navigators are in quite decent form as they recently won against the vice champions of 2014 FIFA World Cup by 1–0. Although it was a friendly game, but they know what it is to win against Argentina. If they wins this game, they will be right on top of the Group I.
The Eagles have won just two games out of last 5 international fixtures. Their campaign has been hindered after they were deducted three points for crowd trouble against Albania. According to William Carvalho, Portugal will be looking to attack Serbia in Lisbon on Sunday as they look to go top of Group I in Euro 2016 qualifying.
So far in this qualification process, Serbia have won one game, lost one and drew one in 2016 Euro qualifiers. They can’t afford another loss as one more loss could take them to the bottom of the table.
Last 6 Results
Portugal: Patricio, Pepe, Bruno Alves, Jose Bosingwa, Coentrao, Tiago, Nani, Danny, Moutinho, Carvalho, Ronaldo
Serbia: Stojkovic, Tosic, Ivanovic, Tomovic, Kolarov, Matic, Tosic, Petrovic, Duricic, Markovic, Mitrovic
Footballwood predicts: 4–1