The first tip on this list comes from the Swiss Super League where third-place Young Boys hosts St Gallen at the Wankdorf Arena looking to confirm their place in European football next season.
David Wagner’s side are just six points ahead of the visitors in what has been a poor season for the Bern based side. Prior to their 3-1 away defeat at Lugano last weekend, Young Boys had beaten Sion and Servette 2-1 and 3-1 after losing 2-1 away at league champions Zurich.
St. Gallen will pose a tricky test for Young Boys, having drawn 2-2 with Basel last month before beating the likes of Lugano and Servette 3-0 and 2-0, with losses 3-2 and 2-1 losses to Luzern and Zurich on either side of these victories.
In the previous three meetings between these two this season, both teams have a win to their name, following a 2-1 home win for Young Boys in the first match, whilst St Gallen won their home fixture 3-1 before drawing 3-3 back in February at Kybun Park.