The North Macedonian national team U21 started the qualifications against France in Le Mans on September 2 and easily lost by 3:0. The new coach Dragan Kanatlarovski is facing problems due to the absence of Mario Mladenovski (Botev Plovdiv), Adrian Hajdari (Rapid Vienna), and Dimitar Todorovski (Rabotnicki) who are positive on Covid-19, and are key players in the last line, while an additional problem is the absence of midfielder Amel Rustemoski from Swiss Will who is injured. Today in Ohrid, will welcome Serbia, who started the qualifications with an unexpected loss at home against Ukraine, where they didn’t convert their chances. Coach Zvonko Zifkovic, has extraordinary players such as Markovic (Olympiakos), Cestic (Koln), Tedic (Zwolle), Stevanovic (Heerenveen), Tetek (Reading), Ilic (Verona), Jovic, and Pavlovic (Partizan), who are in terms of quality are fare away from the North Macedonian teams, where most of the players are from North Macedonian championship. This is a must-win match for Serbia if they want to keep their chances for the first two places and expect to prove that on the field.