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FC Luzern arrive at St. Jakob-Park on Monday for the Super League showdown with home team FC Basel 1893.
Scroll down to see all of the predictions, poll and statistics for FC Basel 1893 v FC Luzern - along with the latest match odds.
FC Basel 1893
FC Basel 1893 head into this fixture following on from a 0-0 Super League tied result vs FC Thun.
Three or more goals per match were recorded in 5 of the past 6 meetings where FC Basel 1893 have participated. Opposition teams scored 8 of them in this period whereas Bebbi managed a tally of 18. With no two games being the same, time will tell if such a trend might persist in this next game.
Their past results show that FC Basel 1893:
- have not emerged victorious against FC Luzern in their previous 2 matches in the league.
- are unbeaten in their previous 6 league matches at home.
FC Luzern come into this encounter following on from a 2-1 Super League win in the defeat of FC Zürich in their last game.
The stats tell the story, and FC Luzern have been scored against in 6 of their last 6 matches, letting opponents get 13 goals overall. At the back, Die Leuchten have clearly had some problems.
Their prior results show that FC Luzern:
- have not emerged victorious against FC Basel 1893 in away games against them for the last 9 matches in the league. A very poor set of away results, indeed.
- are without a win away from home in their last 3 league matches.
Head to head
Looking over their past head to head meetings stretching back to 25/11/2018 shows that FC Basel 1893 have won 3 of these and FC Luzern 2, with the tally of drawn matches standing at 1.
An aggregate of 17 goals were yielded between them in these games, with 10 for Bebbi and 7 being from Die Leuchten. The average goals per game has been 2.83.
The last league contest featuring the two was Super League match day 24 on 21/06/2020 when it ended FC Luzern 2-1 FC Basel 1893.
The match was refereed by Fedayi San.
Team News: FC Basel 1893
Luca Zuffi (Cruciate Ligament Rupture), Ramires (Unknown Injury), Jonas Omlin (Hamstring Injury) and Afimico Pululu (Unknown Injury) won’t be able to feature for Basel manager Marcel Koller. Omar Alderete cannot play in this game through suspension.
Team News: FC Luzern
Luzern manager Fabio Celestini has some current player fitness concerns. Darian Males (Unknown Injury), Ibrahima Ndiaye (Unknown Injury), Blessing Eleke (Unknown Injury), Lucas (Unknown Injury), Salah Aziz Binous (Cruciate Ligament Rupture), Christian Schwegler (Ruptured intraarticular ligament initiation in knee), Marco Burch (Meniscal Injury), Lorik Emini (Unknown Injury), Tsiy William Ndenge (Ruptured intraarticular ligament initiation in knee) and Ryder Matos (Unknown Injury) are not able to play. The suspended players who are serving a ban for this game are Pascal Schürpf and Otar Kakabadze.
We’re thinking that FC Luzern have enough to get a goal against this FC Basel 1893 side, but that realistically won’t be enough to avoid defeat.
We reckon that it will be a 2-1 win for FC Basel 1893 when all is said and done. Let’s see what happens here.
🏟️ Team Focus:
FC Basel 1893
Stadium: St. Jakob-Park (37,994)
Captain: Valentin Stocker
Chairman: Bernhard Burgener
Manager: Marcel Koller
Competitions: Super League position 3, Coupe de Suisse (Quarter-finals), Europa League (Round of 16)
⭐ Star Player: Fabian Frei
Customarily playing in the Centre Midfield position, Fabian Frei was born in Frauenfeld, Switzerland. After having made a senior debut playing for FC Basel 1893 in the 2007 - 2008 season, the skilful Midfielder has bagged 10 league goals in the Super League 2019 - 2020 campaign to date coming from a total of 32 appearances.