Brazil are currently top of their group after beating Costa Rica 2-0 and drawing 1-1 with Switzerland. A draw with Serbia will be enough to see them through to the round of 16, while their opponent have to win the upcoming match if they want to qualify from the group.

"A draw will be enough for Brazil and of course it will be great if they underestimate us. Brazil do not come down to just [forwards] Neymar and Willian, they have lots of incredibly gifted players, they are great as a team. To be honest, I don't believe that Brazil will be playing for a draw even if such a result is enough for them, they just don't know how to play for a draw," Kolarov told journalists.

The match between Serbia and Brazil will take place at Moscow's Spartak Stadium on Wednesday at 21:00 Moscow Time (02:00 AEST).