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Who wins the Swiss Super League 2019/2020?

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Who will win the 2019-20 Swiss Super League?

The 2018-19 was the 122nd edition of the competition with BSC Young Boys lifting the title after an incredibly dominant season from them. Next season however, BSC Young Boys will be challenged by teams such as Basel, St Gallen, Zurich, Thun and Lugano who will all rightly believe they can have a shot at the title if they invest well this summer. BSC Young Boys will be clear favourites going into next season. After winning the 2018-19 Swiss Super League title finishing first on 91 points, they will be the favourites by a long distance. They also had a good Champions League run as they enjoyed a 2-1 win over Italian Champions Juventus. Manager Gerardo Seoane will hope he can keep hold of his top players and fend off any interest from top European clubs if they are to retain the title next season.

2018-19 Swiss Super League runners up Basel finished the league in second place on 71 points which was a whole 20 points behind winners BSC Young Boys. This means that they qualify for the Champions League second qualifying round for next season. They did not reach the group stages of the Champions League or the Europa League in the 2018-19 season but they won the Swiss Cup after FC Thun 2-1 in the final. If they are going to compete for the title in the 2019-20 season, they’re going have to invest heavily in the squad and make some serious changes under manager Marcel Koller.

Third placed FC Lugano will be hoping to win their first Swiss Super League title since 1948-49 next season. They finished on 46 points last season which was 45 points behind eventual winners BSC Young Boys in the 2018-19 season. Like Basel, FC Lugano will have to invest heavily in the squad if they are to mount a serious title challenge next season but that looks unlikely. The club are going to hope that manager Fabio Celestini and captain Jonathan Sabbatini are able to inspire the rest of the team to go one step further next season.

Teams like Peter Zeidler’s St Gallen, Thomas Häberli’s FC Luzern and 2018-19 Swiss Cup finalists FC Thun will hope they can push for the title next season but they’ll require a bit of luck to go their way if they are to do so in the 2019-20 season.


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