Over 2,5 goals
Analysis of Luzern
Luzern has stood out for the negative in this edition of the Swiss Superliga so far, where they entered with the ambition to fight for a spot in the European competitions and after 16 matches the team is in the 9th and penultimate place of the classification table, with only 16 points. The team coached by Fabio Celestini has had great difficulty in achieving the results expected in the last matches, in a bad moment that comes from before the interruption of the Superliga, last December. After returning to action with an expressive triumph against Servette (3-0), Luzern came out defeated, this Sunday, again against Servette, this time away, by 4-2. Schaub (8’) and Schulz (75’) goals would be of little use.
Analysis of Lugano
In this competition, they have a sequence of 4 draws in the last away matches and they haven’t lost any of the last 7 away matches. In 14 matches for this competition, they have conceded the first goal 7 times and have never been able to turn the score around. In the last 10 away matches for all competitions there is 1 period that stands out: they have conceded 8 of their 13 goals between minutes (31’‑45′).
The Lugano team entered this edition of the Swiss championship more concerned with securing a place of maintenance among the country’s football elite than fighting for something more. The truth is that, with 17 matches played, the formation technically guided by Maurizio Jacobacci appears with a record of 25 points and occupying the 3rd place in the leaderboard, just behind Young Boys and Basel. In the middle of last week, Lugano reached the third consecutive match without losing and the second draw of the last two matches. It was at the reception to Vaduz (1-1), where the added point ended up being short, given that Lugano conceded early in the match (2′), but quickly reached the tie (by Gerndt, at 22′), and ended up wasting a few occasions to complete the turnaround.
Over 2,5 goals