At the City Stadium in Bijeljina will meet OFK Sloga from Gornje Crnjelovo and Sarajevo.
The head coach of Sloga, Senad Hadžić, says on tomorrow’s match:
“There is a very difficult match in front of us, because it is evident that we are in a result crisis. We’re going to try and get the team back on track. Sarajevo plays a high level throughout the season and it is certain that they are favourites. We will do our best to play the best match and make the best possible result.”
The head coach of Sarajevo, Husref Musemić, does not underestimate the opponent:
“Regardless of how we play against a team from a lower rank, we have to be maximally serious. In previous stages of the Cup, we already met with Velež and Rudar Kakanj, and in those matches we saw that they were teams that could cause us problems. We’ll have to be also careful with Sloga and with such an approach in two matches to come up with a result that will take us to the finals.”
Široki Brijeg will host TOŠK at the “Pecara”.
The assistant coach in home team, Aleksandar Vlaho, is aware of the role of favourite:
“We respect the team of TOŠK and they surely have quality, because they qualified to the Cup semi-finals. However, we are “Široki Brijeg”, we are the Premier League team and we are aware that we are favourites in this match. We will have some changes in the squad, compared to the previous match, but whoever runs onto the field tomorrow will surely do everything, in order to make a result in the first match that would bring us closer to the finals.”
The coach from team of Tešanj, Ajdin Mrguda, promises maximum against Široki Brijeg:
“We will play against a team that is much better than us, and this is shown by their results, not just this season. Široki Brijeg is a club that has been at the top of the BH football for years. We will do our best to achieve a result that would leave us in game, so to try to do something more in the re-match. Apart from four players who do not have the right to play in the Cup, we have neither injured nor suspended ones.”