Wil vs Lugano by Sors
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Several good players left the club in this period (Yanick Brecer, Federico Platero, Sandro Lombardi and Jordan Brown), while most of the new signings are young players, without experience even for the standards of this league.
In the point of fact, the hosts showed decent football in most of their games in 2015, having recorded two wins, five draws and only two losses in this period (2-5-2 7/8).
On the other hand, this team has obvious problems in attack lately (only two goals in the last six games) and I expect even bigger problems for Wil today, given the fact that the hosts will face the best defense in this league without one of their top scorers Basil Stillhart (m / 22+5), who got injured in the last match against Biel (0-0 / away).
Unlike Wil, Lugano is a team with ambitions for promotion in the top league at the end of the season.
The guests managed to keep the backbone of their team from the first half of the season and even strengthened their squad with some good players like Igor Djuric (def. / 1 goal) from Chiasso, Sandro Lombardi (midf. / 4 goals) from Wil and Patrick Rossini (forw. / 3 goals) from Zurch.
Lugano is obviously in a good shape lately, as the guests won five of their last six games in the league, scoring two or more goals in four of those six encounters (5-0-1 12/4).
Antoine Rey (m / 25+0) is injured and will miss this match for the away team, while Djuric (d / 5+0) is doubtful.
At the same time, key defenders like Matias Malvino (19+2) and Orlando Urbano (25+3) returns to the squad after suspensions.
I think that the guests own enough potential to win three points from this match.
|Lugano - 0.25||Pinnacle||1.92||8||2-5 WON (+7.36 units)|
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