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These two powerhouse teams have clinched 13 out of the last 14 Championships. Between 2010 and 2017, Basel reigned supreme with an impressive 8 successive titles, while Young Boys (YBB) asserted their dominance with 5 out of the remaining 6 championships. Presently, YBB leads the league after 19 rounds, while Basel finds itself unexpectedly near the bottom of the table.

Under the new leadership of Fabio Celestini, Basel experienced a positive resurgence. Since Celestini assumed control, the team, fondly referred to as Bebi, triumphed in 5 out of 9 competitive matches, with two matches ending in draws, including a recent 0-0 stalemate in Zurich.

In their recent encounter with FC Zurich, Basel showcased a commendable performance, with the expected goals (xG) evenly split and possession at a near balance of 49/51%. Despite their commendable effort, Basel suffered a setback as Romeo Beney received two yellow cards, resulting in his expulsion. Coach Celestini’s vocal disagreement with the referee led to his touchline ban for today’s match, with assistant coach Martin Rueder assuming his position.

Basel faces the challenge of having 8 players sidelined due to injuries, including Mohammed Drager, Arnau Comas, Sergio Lopez, Kevin Ruegg, Junior Ze, Emmanuel Essiam, Andrin Hunziker, and Malone. However, the return of Tualant Xhaka from suspension and the addition of new talents Benjamin Kololli and Nicolas Vouilloz offer a glimmer of hope for the team’s performance.

Meanwhile, Young Boys commenced the post-winter break with a victory against Grasshoppers, albeit with a lackluster performance that saw them scoring the lone goal in the 73rd minute. YBB tends to excel in home matches due to their advantage on the artificial pitch, but their away record is less impressive, having secured only 4 wins out of 9 matches.

The departure of top scorers Jean-Pierre Nsame and Ulisses Garcia, along with key players like Meschack Elia, Mohammed Camara, and Miguel Chaiwa, due to international duties and transfers, has weakened YBB’s lineup. In contrast, Basel appears to be on an upward trajectory, as evidenced by their recent draw against FC Zurich and the availability of their core squad for today’s match.

Considering the circumstances, Basel seems to have the edge over Young Boys, especially with the latter’s key departures and underwhelming away performances.

BET: BASEL +/-0 (Draw no bet)

Odds: 2.27


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