Teams: Slovenia, Brazil, Russia, Korea, Vasco da Gama
Well, as far as I know, the SCG (Serbia & Montenegro) national team kept the coach (don't remember his name), who did very well in the last few qualifying matches for Euro2004. He called some new names and they played with a lot of motivation and heart despite having little chances to qualify. So I guess that they will field more or less the same squad which did very well (they outplayed Italy in Belgrade) and that have played some competitive matches together.
On the other hand, this will be our first match under Oblak guidance, so we can expect that he will call some new players which haven't yet played together. They will need time to adapt to each other. Considering that SCG players are usually technically better than our own, I can hardly see the match ending any different than with a victory for SCG. Which is not necessarily bad.
On the other, if Oblak decides to call the same players as Prasnikar did (which played many matches together) , we will lose too.
Caipirinha: 6 €
Brazilian NT shirt: 70 €
Flight to Rio de Janeiro: 400 €
Seeing Italian NT kicked out of major tournament: PRICELESS
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