New Real Madrid signing Luka Jovic has dropped down to the U21 squad this summer and is the one to watch for Serbia. Nemanja Radonjic and Sasa Lukic have also dropped down for this tournament and are expected to start on the wing and in central midfield, respectively.
Serbia also have other notable players like former Manchester United target Nikola Milenkovic and highly rated Benfica midfielder Andrija Zivkovic at their disposal.
Kevin Danso is the one to watch for Austria after some eye-catching displays for Augsburg in the Bundesliga last season.
Austria have been relatively consistent in their team selection this year and are expected to line up in a 4-2-3-1 formation here.
Serbia will fancy their chances of going all the way this summer with new Real Madrid signing Luka Jovic in their ranks. They have only lost one of their last 13 matches and have kept a clean sheet in their last four. The fact they have only played one game in the last seven months may cost them at the start of the tournament, however.
While Serbia's U21s have barely played, Austria's team have been out three times this year alone and have faced top quality opposition in Spain, Italy and France - even beating the latter 3-1. Austria cannot be underestimated here and will hope to catch Serbia cold in their opening game of the U21 European Championships.
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