Radnik hosts Partizan in round 28 of the Serbian Super Liga. The match will be played on Monday, March 21st at Stadion FK Radnik (Surdulica)
Radnik has technically existed for almost years. But only after a series of mergers, about a decade and a half ago, the team began to represent some kind of serious force. In 2013, the Blues managed to promote to the First League, and they won it on the second attempt. That allowed them to debut in the Super League. The main achievement over the past time was that Radnik was able not to be relegated. And the last draw was the most successful: sixth place and the semifinals of the cup. So far, the intermediate results are worse. The team alternates between good segments and failures. But after the winter holidays, the Blues gained three victories and three draws and didn’t concede a single goal in six matches.
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In recent years, Partizan could not seriously compete with Crvena Zvezda, which had serious support from Gazprom. The Black-Whites won the Serbian championship back in 2017, and after that, the fans were pleased only with cups. But last season showed that Stanojevic and his players are going to fight to the last. There was a load in the Conference League: Partizan played in the qualification and then became 2nd in the group. In the playoffs, the Black-Whites dealt with Sparta Prague but were eliminated by Feyenoord. Despite such a busy schedule, Partizan managed to show excellent results in the Super League: 23 victories and only one defeat in 27 matches. In the last round, there was only the 3rd draw. Having lost to Feyenoord without any chances, the Black-Whites failed to score against Napredak. That goalless draw allowed Crvena Zvezda to catch up with their bitter rivals.
Radnik gained its last victory over the grandee back in 2018. The other nine head-to-head matches ended with Partizan’s victories. Now the Black-Whites can focus on the local championship, and we think that we will be able to gain a landslide victory in the upcoming game.