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Basel vs Vaduz Prediction & Betting tips
Between 2010 and 2017, FC Basel secured the Swiss championship eight times in a row. Recently, however, Rotblau had to let the BSC Young Boys go first three times in a row. Even more: at the end of the 2019/20 season, FCB only finished third in the final table. Accordingly, the Basel team has big plans for the new season.
On the first matchday, promoted FC Vaduz will be visiting St. Jakob-Park, where all the bookmakers’ odds will turn out towards the home side in the run-up to the game between FC Basel and Vaduz, as the odds comparison of the betting base shows.
However, the prognosis for FC Basel against Vaduz has to take into account that the Basel team had to play an exhausting away game in Croatia in the Europa League during the week and not as rested as the guests from Liechtenstein go into this match.
Nevertheless, we at FC Basel consider tip 1 to be largely without an alternative to Vaduz, which is why the only question is how the too low rate can be increased a little.
FC Basel :
FC Basel has lost national supremacy in Switzerland – three seasons in a row without a championship and, most recently, only third place in the Super League confirm this thesis. The 20-time Swiss champion is therefore heading into the 2020/21 season with the mission to recapture it.
In order for this venture to succeed, adjustments were even made on the coaching bench shortly before the start of the season. Former Bayern player Ciriaco Sforza took over the reins and made his debut in the second qualifying round of the Europa League on Thursday evening.
With success, because his team was 2-0 up at the break and didn’t let anything go despite the Croatians’ goal, so that the third in the Super League now has a good chance of making it into the group stage of the second most important European competition for club teams. In the third qualifying round there will be home rights against the Cypriot representative Anorthosis Famagusta next Thursday.
Before that, however, it is important to start successfully in the Super League when one of the big underdogs, FC Vaduz, makes a guest appearance in St. Jakob-Park. Three points are absolutely mandatory.
It is positive that Red-Blue has a very broad squad. There are currently 31 players in the A-team, with Kaly Sene from the youth academy of Juventus Turin and Arthur Cabral from the Brazilian Série A among the most interesting newcomers.
Because there is enough material for a successful rotation and the Basler is well cast in terms of width, little should burn in our eyes.
FC Vaduz is back in the top Swiss league after the club from the capital of Liechtenstein was relegated there at the end of the 2016/17 season. In the barrage, the 47-time Liechtenstein Cup winner prevailed against FC Thun and celebrated his return.
Via the Liechtenstein Football Association, the resident players were once again qualified for the qualifying rounds for the Europa League, but this year they failed for the first time in seven years in the first round because they lost 2-0 at home against the Maltese outsider Hibernians FC .
The newly promoted climber starts the new season under promotion coach Mario Frick with a poor result in the back, where the Liechtensteiners have a superlative opening program ahead of them. The match in Basel is followed by a home game against runner-up St. Gallen before the Young Boys play on the third matchday.
Anything but a start with zero points would certainly be a little surprise for the small club, which was only able to strengthen its promotion team with five players – including hardly any players who have the potential to help the princely club right away.
And yet: In the last away game to date in Basel’s St. Jakob-Park, the Liechtensteiners were able to score a point in a competitive game for the first time when it ended with a 2-2 draw on April 22, 2017. This is exactly where the residents of Residenz want to build on on Sunday.
This is certainly not considered to be really likely. In the run-up to the game between FC Basel and Vaduz, the bookmakers’ odds are clearly in the direction of red-blue.
Basel vs Vaduz head to head matches
22.04.17 SL Basel Vaduz 2 : 2
05.03.17 SL Vaduz Basel 1 : 1
19.11.16 SL Basel Vaduz 6 : 0
31.07.16 SL Vaduz Basel 1 : 5
24.04.16 SL Vaduz Basel 0 : 0