After two victories in a row, Basel will play in Liechtenstein against Vaduz at Rheinpark Stadium. The home team shows great form without defeat in the last three matches, but their run was last stopped by Lausanne before 3 days. After the convincing performance against Servette on Sunday, Basel wants to extend the winning streak, and one of the reasons for this is definitely the good scoring form in the last two games under new coach Patrick Rahmen, where they scored 9 goals. With a win in Liechtenstein, Basel could not only keep its second place but also end the season with a positive record against Vaduz, which it has always succeeded in doing so far. On the 5th of April, Vaduz takes the win at St. Jakob-Park, but one of the goal scorers Joël Schmied (26/6) is suspended for this match. At Basel, on the other hand, two players, Silvan Widmer and Arthur Cabral are returning from suspension. Basel recently showed their true face and I think that can celebrate the third win in a row, which will be the second time this season at Rheinpark Stadion.