Watch Scotland vs Serbia live streaming online in the World Cup 2014 Qualifier on 9/8/2014 as the Scottish are hoping to continue with their stellar home record in competition despite poor overall results in qualifying for major finals in the last 14 years. Unfortunately, the results have not improved even though there has been a string of new managers taking over the job, the latest of whom is Craig Levein, the former Hearts boss. Levein will be under scrutiny by fans and media in this live online streaming World Cup 2014 Qualifier football match on TV and online due to his average record since taking over and a litany of confusing tactics which has led to unrest amongst both fans and players. Fans are not entertained by what they deem to be overly-defensive tactics by Levein while players are frustrated by their lack of opportunities to express their talents on the pitch to the good of the team. To his credit, Levein is sticking to his guns for Scotland in this live stream commentary World Cup 2014 Qualifier football match between Scotland and Serbia and stressed that all he is concerned about is to win matches and collect points, rather than doing so in style.
Serbia have strangely declared themselves the underdogs for this live commentary and live online stream radio TV telecast World Cup 2014 Qualifier soccer match between Scotland and Serbia at Hampden Park although it is clearly a show of brinkmanship in order to lure their opponents into complacency. There is no mistaking the fact that Sinisa Mihajhlovic’s team is the stronger one in this clash – both technically and talentwise. The main question to be posed to the Serbians for this live online streaming World Cup 2014 Qualifier football match on TV and online against Scotland is whether they can rise to the challenge and hold off what will be a physical assault from the home side as they look to start the qualifiers on a positive note. There must be a strong midfield to cover what is already an exceptional defence that features Manchester United’s Nemanja Vidic and Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic as the two stars. If the visitors can do that capably in this live streaming online soccer TV and radio broadcast World Cup 2014 Qualifier soccer match between Scotland and Serbia at Hampden Park then they can perhaps shock their opponents with several counter-attacks and scoring off at least one of them.