Serbia's Sergej Milinkovic-Savic attempts an overhead kick. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
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Serbia will attempt to wrap up qualification to the World Cup knockout rounds Friday as they take on a Switzerland team brimming with confidence after grabbing a draw with Brazil.Roma star Kolarov acknowledged that Serbia are in a strong position to qualify for the knockout rounds for the first time since they competed alongside Montenegro in 1998 .Serbia boast a host of current and former Premier League talent, including Manchester United Midfielder Nemanja Matic.Former coach Slavoljub Muslin, who led the team to qualification for Russia, reportedly paid with his job for failing to select Milinkovic-Savic.Midfielders Valon Behrami of Italian club Udinese, Arsenal's Granit Xhaka and Stoke City player Xherdan Shaqiri were all born in Kosovo and all three played in the Brazil game.
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