FC Vaduz will play in this match after a 1-1 Super League drawn result against Lugano.
The only name on the scoresheet from FC Vaduz was Tunahan Çiçek (45'). Mārcis Ošs (92') scored for Lugano.
It has been a rare occasion in recent games that FC Vaduz have kept a clean sheet. It will be a concern for them that Residenzler have seen their defence breached in 6 of their previous 6 clashes, giving up 11 goals on the way. Regardless, we’ll just have to find out whether that trend will continue on in this match.
Heading into this fixture, FC Vaduz are without a win at home for the past 3 matches in the league.
Following on from being beaten in their last game against FC Lausanne-Sport in Super League action, FC Zürich will be aiming to make amends here.
Aldin Turkes (12'), Cameron Puertas (41'), Nikola Boranijašević (76') and Evann Guessand (88') scored for FC Lausanne-Sport.
Showing their penchant for action-packed matches, the back of the net has been hit 25 times in the last 6 games in which FC Zürich have taken to the pitch, giving an average of 4.17 goals for each fixture. Opposition teams have got 16 of these goals.
Ahead of this meeting, FC Zürich are without an away win for the past 7 league games.
Head to head
Looking at their past head-to-head clashes dating back to 08/03/2015 shows us that FC Vaduz have won 0 of these and FC Zürich 2, with the number of drawn results standing at 4.
21 goals were shared by the two clubs in this period, with 8 from Residenzler and 13 belonging to Der Stadtclub. That’s an average goals per game figure of 3.5.
Team News: FC Vaduz
Maximilian Göppel (Unknown Injury), Mohamed Coulibaly (Torn Muscle Fibre) and Justin Ospelt (Corona virus) won’t be able to feature for Vaduz manager Mario Frick.
Team News: FC Zürich
FC Zürich manager Ludovic Magnin has some current player fitness concerns. Vasilije Janjicic (Cancer), Willie Britto (Torn Muscle Fibre) and Umaru Bangura (Unknown Injury) miss out here.
When taking all factors into account, FC Zürich and FC Vaduz could well end up finding themselves trading goals here.
An eventful draw is therefore a real possibility, and we are expecting it to be very tight. We’re therefore predicting a very even match with a 2-2 when the referee blows the final whistle.
What are the best odds for the game?
Regarding the latest bookmaker odds on the WDW market, a win for FC Vaduz is available for 2.6, betting on a draw is 3.75 and betting on victory for FC Zürich gets 2.6. They’re the best of the market prices offered right now.