LUGANO vs SERVETTE – SUBSCRIBER PICK

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LUGANO vs SERVETTE – SUBSCRIBER PICK

SWISS SUPERLEAGUE

They say the spots on a Leopard never change, and the same applies to when Lugano playing at home. With all due respect, it is nothing new to see the hosts struggle when playing at the Stadio di Cornaredo.

As it stands, Matt Croci-Torti’s team are 0-0-3 at home. For the record, they lost to Sion (2-3), Luzern (1-2) and St Gallen (2-3). Lugano’s paying public has seen enough of their team, and the crowd size for those 3 games ranged between a paltry 2727 to 3337. 

We could also mention losing a Europa League Conference game to Hapoel Beer Sheva (0-2), but why dig? Interestingly, Lugano won Super League away matches in Winterthur, Zurich and Basel, and two Cup games! 

For one reason or the other, Croci-Torti’s team play like a bunch of Kamikaze at home. Also, while having a 34-man squad gives the coach options, that massive number makes selection even more complicated.

Meanwhile, Servette had a great start to the new season. In fact, the visitors took 17 points from their eight games. At the time of writing, the team coached by Alain Geiger is joint the top of the table with YBB.

The Grenats haven’t always been the best of travellers, and their only defeat was away in Young Boys (3-0). Nevertheless, the Geneva-based club won in Luzern, and they drew in Sion and Basel.

For the most part, Servette started the season as they mean it. Furthermore, Geiger’s men deserve extra recognition for playing without five injured players. 

To summarise, the proof is in the pudding, in that Servette is delivering the right results. While Lugano won both of these fixtures last season, this is a good opportunity to get one back.

BET: SERVETTE +/-0 (draw no bet)

Odds: 2.18