Serbia and Lebanon are set to clash in an Under-21s international in September.
The two games will take place in Serbia, on 21 September at SC Inge and, four days later at Hero-Polet Jajinci.
Lebanon U21 coach Robin Hachache is looking forwward to the series.
“Preparation has been good, with a lot of enthusiasm and commitment from the boys,” he said.
Serbian U21 coach Admir Hadzic feels his players are ready to show that they can move to a higher level.
“We’ve been together almost the whole summer, mostly with the senior national side which is preparing for the World Cup Qualifiers in October,” he said.
“Training with the older players made the 21s a lot more committed and motivated and they are eager to showcase their development.”
SRLF general secretary Slobodan Manak added: “We are so happy that we can host once again our great friends from Lebanon. We’ve been touring each other’s countries for last decade or so and this will be another spectacle of the up-and-coming players.”
SERBIA U21 25-MAN SQUAD
Pavle Vojinović, Dario Abidinović, Ronaldo Bitići, Petar Kovač, Vladimir Milutinović, Dragan Janković, Denis Bibić, Branko Čarapić i Kosta Stojković (all Partizan), Miodrag Tomić, Denis Čengaj, Rajko Trifunović, Miloš Kostadinović, Mladen Ranđić, Nikola Đurić (Red Star),Relja Petrović, Aleksa Radić, Andrej Mora, Milan Čobanović, Milan Avramović, Miloš Aleksić (Dorćol), Đorđe Stošić, Stefan Arsić(Soko Vranje),Velibor Ristić and Aleksandar Pavlović (Radnički Niš)
LEBANON U21 25-MAN SQUAD
Mohamad Akil, Mohamad Ghadar, Marwan Janoun, Nicholas Traboulsi (AUB-JV),Omar Knio (Broummana High School), Imad Chidiac, James Haddad, Marc Mansour, (Immortals RLFC), Jeffrey Tohme (Jounieh RLFC), Rany Abi Falah, Jean Michel Rizk (NDU), Joseph Aslan, Georges Farah, Omar Marhaba, George Yazbeck, (Tripoli RLFC), Ziad Agha, Suk Bajwa, Alfred Bowles, Robbie Farjallah, Raphael Mekari, Hamzeh Al Murdaa, Malek Nourredine, Raymond Sabat, Luk Savadogo, Hisham El Yafi, (Wolves RLFC)