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FC Luzern will do battle with visiting team FC Vaduz at Swissporarena in the Super League clash on Saturday.
Our FC Luzern v FC Vaduz predictions, statistics and match poll can be seen below (inc. the best betting odds).
FC Luzern will be hoping for a better result following a 2-0 Super League defeat last time out to FC Zürich.
Benjamin Kololli (23') and Antonio Marchesano (45') scored for FC Zürich.
Matches featuring FC Luzern have usually been absorbing encounters of late with plenty of scoring being a real hallmark. Over their past 6 games alone, the sum of 21 goals have been recorded for both teams combined (at an average of 3.5 goals per game) with 8 of them accredited to Die Leuchten.
Going into this contest, FC Luzern are unbeaten in the league by FC Vaduz in their previous 14 games. It's quite some record.
Following on from tasting defeat last time out to FC Zürich in Super League action, FC Vaduz and their fans will hope to get a better result this time.
The only name on the scoresheet from FC Vaduz was Joël Schmied (74'). Lasse Sobiech (6'), Tosin Aiyegun (41'), Assan Ceesay (68') and Blaž Kramer (78') scored for FC Zürich.
It has become apparent that FC Vaduz have been starved of goals over their previous six games, contributing the poor return of only 4. In those matches, Residenzler have also seen the collective goal aggregate of their opponents equal 11. Such a pattern isn’t assured to be continued into this game, however.
Ahead of this meeting, FC Vaduz are winless against FC Luzern when they have played them away from home in the previous 7 matches in the league. Not good.
Head to head
Looking at their past head to head meetings stretching back to 02/04/2016 shows that these fixtures have not been good ones for FC Vaduz. They’ve not managed to get themselves any victories at all while FC Luzern have been superior, beating them in 83 per cent of those match-ups.
Those games weren’t short on goals, either, with 22 in total which averages out at 3.67 goals per match.
The last league match featuring the two was Super League match day 35 on 28/05/2017 when it ended FC Luzern 2-2 FC Vaduz.
The match was refereed by Sascha Amhof.
Team News: FC Luzern
Marco Burch (Meniscal Injury), Simon Grether (Tear in the abductor muscle), Christian Schwegler (Ruptured intraarticular ligament initiation in knee), Salah Aziz Binous (Cruciate Ligament Rupture), Mark Marleku (Corona virus), Pascal Schürpf (Unknown Injury) and Tyron Owusu (Unknown Injury) won’t be playing for Luzern gaffer Fabio Celestini. Lucas will not be able to play in this game through being suspended.
Team News: FC Vaduz
Thanks to a largely full-strength squad, there’s just a single fitness issue for the FC Vaduz boss Mario Frick to contend with. Mohamed Coulibaly (Torn Muscle Fibre) won’t be playing here.
It’s likely that FC Vaduz won’t find it easy at all to break down a FC Luzern team who seem set to create a lot of chances for themselves and convert these into goals.
Our tip is for a very comfortable 3-0 winning scoreline for FC Luzern after 90 minutes.
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🏟️ Team Focus:
Stadium: Swissporarena (16,490)
Captain: Christian Schwegler
Chairman: Philipp Studhalter
Manager: Fabio Celestini
Competitions: Super League position 9, Swiss Cup (Round 3)