Serbia, led by Head Coach Radenko Varagic, finished in fourth during last year's Under-20 European Championships. And while a number of key players from that team have since departed the Under-20 set-up, Varagic has talented players to call upon.
Small forward, Natasa Kovacevic was the hero of the 68-67 win against the Slovak Republic, hitting a three pointer at the end of overtime to steal the win. They were the most crucial three points of Kovacevic's game-high 20 points.
Kovacevic, 18, also showed her versatility as she grabbed seven rebounds and three steals to lead Serbia in three statistical categories.
Great Britain Coach, Frans Griffioen, has studied tonight's opponents and identified where his side may have an advantage - in the middle: "They don't have a lot of tall players, more fairly small, quick players," explained Griffioen. "They work very hard (but) I think we have a better inside situation than them and I hope we can make use of it."
Great Britain will be supported in the middle by Cheridene Green who, at 16 years old is Group D's youngest player, had an impressive opening tournament game with nine points and 12 rebounds.
Great Britain play Serbia tonight with tip-off coming at 5:15PM (UK time).