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Serbian SuperLiga

Who wins Serbian SuperLiga 2018/2019?

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It has been years and to be honest, consecutive years that the world is waiting to see a new winner of the Serbian Superliga. It’s more like a situation where the cup is in between two of the teams and they are just playing catch with each other. It’s either Red Star Belgrade or Partizan who are shaking hands around the trophy and it has been going for such a long time. 2018–19 Serbian SuperLiga is going to be the thirteenth season of the Serbian SuperLiga since its establishment and the tournament actually has given the country a lot of fresh names and bigger guns.

As usual the format of the 2018-19 season isn’t going to be something that the people are not aware of. A total of 16 teams are going to go down there and simply just have a battle with Partizan and Red Star to just get that cup or at least try to bring in some upsets so that they don’t get to be the only two teams fighting for the glory. This is something we expect as well and so does the huge fan following of the football in the country. Proleter Novi Sad and Dinamo Vranje will be making their way into the bigger stage as the two new teams that go promoted.

As mentioned earlier with all of the odds under discussion and consideration we can easily say that even in the next season of Serbian Superliga we’re not going to see any much change as the clubs may have been performing in their individual domestic circuits but as a whole as it has been in the previous years as well in 2018-19 it is again going to be a battle among Partizan and Red Star. What is important is how the table is going to be shifted and how the teams are going to perform in the middle of that points table. Last season Radnički Niš and Spartak Subotica had really good season and unlike the previous ones Vojvodina has been absent. Vojvodina was perhaps the only other consistent team trying to pierce through the top 2 slots in past almost 5-6 seasons but then again with the changes taking place in the performances of the club last year, we can expect to have more changes in the middle tier of the teams and that is going to be worth watching for the season.