Serbia, who have three points after beating Costa Rica 1-0 and suffering a 2-1 defeat to Switzerland, will face Group E leaders Brazil at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow on Wednesday and must beat them to progress to the knockout stage.

"Brazil is an outstanding, very serious opponent but we believe that we can beat them. If we hadn't had trusted in our skills, we shouldn't have come to the World Cup at all. We feel great support from everyone - from our fans, from journalists. People believe in us and we know that we can achieve a lot," Stojkovic told journalists.