After three tied victories, Vojvodina ended an excellent series with a defeat away from Voždovac, but already on Sunday it has a chance to return to the triumphal track in the Vojvodina derby with Spartak.

Even after the defeat by Voždovac, Vojvodina kept the fourth position on the table with 29 points, while Spartak takes the eighth place with 24. The team from Subotica is playing changeably this fall, since they have a score of six wins and draws, and seven defeats, and they are coming to Karađorđe after a series of four games without a triumph. However, in those last four matches, they were defeated only once, by Red Star in Belgrade, while they drew with Radnički in Niš and at home with Radnički 1923 and Mladost Lučani.

However, despite the current eighth place, Spartak still has a realistic chance of fighting for a place among the first four teams, ie the one that leads to the qualifications for the Conference League.

The Manager of this team is Vladimir Gaćinović, who previously worked in Vojvodina. In the 2010/11 season, he led the U-19 team of the Old Lady, and in a short period in the 2016/17 season, he was an assistant coach in the staff of Aleksandar Veselinović. Spartak’s team includes two former members of Vojvodina, Nikola Srećković and Nemanja Nikolić, while the members of the younger selections of the Old Lady were Srđan Šćepanović and David Dunđerski, the son of the sports director of Voša, Ljubiša Dunđerski.

The first scorer of the team is Lazar Tufegdžić, who scored six goals this season, while the aforementioned Nikola Srećković and Nemanja Nikolić follow him with four and two goals.

In the first part of the season, in Subotica, Spartak and Vojvodina drew 2-2. Veljko Simić and Dušan Stevanović scored for Voša at that time, while Marčić and Srećković scored for the home team.

The tradition in the Vojvodina derby is on the side of Vojvodina, which has 39 victories, Spartak has 16, while there have been no winners on 10 occasions, and the goal difference is on the side of the Old Lady – 108-68.

There is no doubt that another exciting Vojvodina derby awaits us, which is on the program on Sunday at 4 p.m. Tickets for this match will be sold at prices of 300 (west), 200 (east) and 100 dinars (north). Tickets for the west will be sold at the main box office of the stadium (between the west and south stands), tickets for the east will be sold at the box office on the east stand (next to the restaurant Ognjište), while tickets for the north will be sold in the Vojvodina fan shop on the west stand of the stadium. The box office will be open on match day, two hours before the kick-off, and a television broadcast on the Arena premium 1 channel is provided.