On Friday and Saturday, six Swiss games will be played. As current runner-up Köniz already plays on Friday, they can – at least for one day – take over the lead.
Köniz lost the lead to Wiler-Ersigen last weekend. Tonight’s opponent will be Malans, a tough battle as the team is at fourth place, six points behind Köniz. A win for the Alligators would bring them to third place (but again: at least for one day).
On Saturday five games are scheduled. The day starts off with Uster versus the Jets, a battle at the bottom as the teams are at tenth and eleventh place. Uster has lost its last three games, but Kloten-Bülach even lost its last four games. Chur (ninth place) meets a strong team: Zug United. The newcomers have one extremely powerful weapon: Billy Nilsson. The Swedish player now even is top scorer of the league – with thirty points!
Wiler-Ersigen meets HCR, a tough game one could think, but Rychenberg now only is at seventh place. Can they surprise the reigning champions? One of the best games of the week follows at night: Langnau versus Zürich. The teams are three points apart from each other, with the Tigers at 21 points (third place) and GC at 18 (fifth place). UHC Thun, lonely at the bottom, will try to double its amount of points by defeating #8 WaSa.
19:30 Floorball Köniz – Alligator Malans
17:00 UHC Uster – Kloten-Bülach Jets
19:00 Chur Unihockey – Zug United
19:00 Wiler-Ersigen – HC Rychenberg Winterthur
20:00 Tigers Langnau – GC Unihockey
20:00 UHC Thun – Waldkirch-St. Gallen
All games can be watched for free at Swissunihockey.tv!