Partizan is home to Moldovans Sheriff on Thursday (6.45pm CET kick-off) as part of UEFA Europa Conference League play-off knockout stage fixtures. Partizan won away leg 1-0.
Igor Vujacic is suspended after his first-leg sending-off. Patrick Andrade (torn hamstring) is estimated to be sidelined for up to four weeks. Ljubomir Fejsa (illness) and Bibars Natcho (illness) are doubtful.
Partizan boss Gordan Petric ahead of the return leg:
-It will be a demanding game. Sheriff proved uncomfortable opponent, their players have pace and physical strengths. We`ll have to do a lot of homework. If we eliminate Sheriff, there will be a bit of certainty around. Lots of people see this tie as a problem solver, I don`t. Sometimes it feels like we are a money machine but we should just try to relax the boys, not to have them thinking about Partizan winning this and that, we just need to let them play. It`s good we can solve some problems by going through but players need to be relaxed. All I want from them is to do their best and to be pleased once the match is over and I`m sure that`s how it`s going to be. Since I arrived at the helm, I`m saying how players play for themselves and when they do their job someone else has a benefit from it too.
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