Lugano were unbeaten in their final three games of last season as they secured their spot in the Europa League.
Young Boys will look to defend their Super League crown this season and will face newly-promoted Servette in their opening contest.
Neuchatel Xamax retained their spot in the Super League in the most dramatic of circumstances as they overturned a 4-0 deficit in their relegation play-off to beat the drop.
St. Gallen ended last season on a high as they lost just one of their last five Super League games.
Shamrock have only won one of their last five league matches and whilst they have lost just one of their last five at home, they have not won any of their last three on home soil.
Bohemians have failed to win any of their last three Premier Division matches but are unbeaten in their last three at home.
Hammarby got back to winning ways on home soil as they hammered Falkenberg in their last home match to make it five wins and a draw from their last six.
Norrkoping will hope their strong home form can be enough to seal a vital win as they bid to stay in touch with teams above them.
Malmo will be thankful of a home game following a trip to Northern Ireland in the Europa League as they host Sirius.
Both of these teams are unbeaten in their last three Allsvenskan matches but AFC Eskilstuna have gone nine away games without a win whilst IFK Goteborg have lost just one of their last seven at home.
Molde will host struggling Sarpsborg 08 following a trip to Iceland for their Europa League qualifying game but that should not have an impact on them here.
Stabaek do not travel well but a trip to Brann could present them with a chance to gain some joy.
Portland head to Seattle to face the Sounders with some solid away form behind them having lost just two of their last eight games on the road.
New York RB's winless run on the road continued as they went down to a third defeat in four away matches when facing Toronto last time out.