Festive Tuesday in Slovenia: Invasion of Ljudski vrt, Koper at a quarter-liga team, Domžale await a neighbourly showdown
Source of photo: Football Association of Slovenia
Despite Reformation Day being a public holiday and a day off work in Slovenia, footballers in the land on the sunny side of the Alps will not rest. On Tuesday, the Pivovarna Union Cup will continue, which is still being held under the auspices of the Inter-Municipal Football Associations. This means that the battles are still regional at the moment.
Among other things, the work on Tuesday will include
, which is expecting a real invasion of visiting fans. NK Jurovski Dol are expected to be followed by more than 300 fans in Ljudski vrt! Nevertheless, anything other than a convincing home win would be a sensation.
A showdown with a quarter-liga team is also on the cards
, which will make the 50-kilometre journey to Komno. Koper was already away in the previous round, when they played in Korte, where they won 1:0.
Domžale, meanwhile, will be playing a neighbourly match, the yellow team, which is in a considerable crisis, will be away to third-placed Dob, which has won 9 times in 11 league matches this season and is still unbeaten. Dob is led by former Domžale coach Darko Birjukov, and the team’s top scorer with nine goals is Slobodan Vuk, also an old friend of the yellow family.
Wednesday will be a quiet day in the Cup, but Thursday will be lively again. One of them will be in Dolenjska, where NK Brinje Grosuplje and Olimpija will face each other. Krško will host Celje, while Ljubljana, led from the bench by former national team player Ermin Raković, will try to make life miserable for Radomlje.
2nd round of the Pivovarna Union Cup:
ŠMARJE PRI JELŠAH – ROGAŠKA (14.00)
IZOLA – CAMP SEŽANA (14.00)
KOMEN – KOPER (14.00)
TURNIŠČE – DOBROVNIK (14.00)
BISTRICA – ODRANCI (14.00)
POLANA – NAFTA (17.00)
DOB – DOMŽALE (14.00)
TREBNJE – INTERBLOCK (14.00)
IVANČNA GORICA – RUDAR TRBOVLJE (18.00)
STARŠE – FUŽINAR (14.00)
MARIBOR – JUROVSKI DOL (16.00)
MARJETA NA DRAVSKEM POLJU – ROHO (18.00)
CENTRE – BISTRICA (14.00)
STOJNCI – PODVINCI (14.00)
APACHE – ZAVRČ (14.00)
DRAVA – HAJDINA (14.00)
ZREČE – RUDAR VELENJE (14.00)
KRŠKO – CELJE (16.00)
BRINJE GROSUPLJE – OLIMPIJA (14.00)
BELA KRAJINA – ILIRIJA (14.00)
LJUBLJANA – RADOMLJE (18.00)
VIPAVA – GORICA (14.00)
PRIMORJE – TOLMIN (14.00)
BLED BOHINJ – JESENICE 1:4
PREDDVOR – SHENCUR 0:4
ZIRI – TRIGLAV 8:9 (after 11m)
RADENSKA SLATINA – BELTINCI 0:5
RAKIČAN – LJUTOMER 0:8
GANČANI – VERŽEJ 5:2
MARTJANCI – GRAD 1:0
HODOŠ – MURA 0:4
UPPER POLAND – VIDEM 0:4
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