Meanwhile, Holloway has called for strong action to be taken against Serbia after two of his players - winger Tom Ince and on-loan striker Nathan Delfouneso - were part of the England Under-21 squad subjected to alleged racial abuse earlier this week.
"I think Uefa and Fifa should come down like a ton of bricks on Serbia," he said. "They've got a record of doing it. That's not me saying it, that's a fact.
"They've not taken any responsibility for their players' or their fans' actions and I think it's absolutely disgusting.
"How they can blame Danny Rose for behaving badly, when all he did was mirror the calls he was getting is absolutely insane.
"I need our game to do something about it because those young gentlemen on that pitch were not safe."
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