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Croatian Domestic Football Roundup

CroatiaFirst will play second this weekend in Croatia’s ‘eternal derby’ when Dinamo Zagreb face Hajduk Split at Zagreb’s Maksimir Stadium. Hajduk Split need a win over their northern rivals to take top spot in the MAX TV Croatian First Division. Hajduk Split could only manage a 1:1 with Osijek over the weekend, whilst Dinamo Zagreb’s match with Istra 1961 was postponed due to a water-logged pitch.

Hajduk Split – Osijek    1:1
Hrvatski dragovoljac – Split   2:2
Slaven Belupo – Zadar    1:1

1.    Dinamo Zagreb  – 36
2.    Hajduk – 35
3.    Rijeka – 29
4.    Lokomotiva – 29
5.    Split – 27
6.    Istra 1961 – 19
7.    Zadar – 16
8.    Slaven Belupo – 15
9.    Osijek – 10
10.  Hrvatski dragovoljac – 8

Upcoming Fixtures:
Osijek – Hrvatski dragovoljac    18:00

Zadar – Istra 1961    15:00
Split – Lokomotiva    19:00

Dinamo Zagreb – Hajduk    15:00
Rijeka – Slaven Belupo    19:00

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