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Punta Benfica Sporting CP
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Benfica to Win
Benfica reaches the penultimate round of the Liga NOS with the 3rd place mathematically confirmed and still dreaming of the vice-leadership, an objective that does not depend only on the “eagles”. In third place, the team led by Jorge Jesús follows with 70 points, 10 above Braga and four behind FC Porto. The season has been well below the expectations of the Reds, who returned to their victories last Tuesday, after a draw in the “classic” with FC Porto (1-1), which ended up savoring defeat. In the visit to Nacional da Madeira (1-3), the Benfica team did not even perform well, they had a terrible first half (where they conceded the goal just in the 8th minute), but managed to recover near the end, with three goals in 12 minutes (goal against Pedrão, at 78 ‘, and a double by young Gonçalo Ramos, at 80’ and 86 ‘).
Sporting CP analysis
For this competition, they have not lost any of the last 16 away matches. In matches played away there are some more frequent results: at the end of the first 45 minutes 0‑1 (7 out of 16 matches) and at the end of the match 0‑2 (6 out of 16 matches). Defensive solidity has been one of his strengths, as he has only conceded goals in 3 of the last 10 games, and his offense has scored regularly, as he has scored at least one goal in each of the last 10 games of this competition. This is a team that many times scores first: they opened the scoring in 27 of their last 32 Premier League games, of those 27 they reached the break with an advantage in 18 and managed to maintain the advantage until the end of the 90 ‘in 22. In 32 games for the First League, he suffered the first goal 4 times but managed to turn the scoreboard in 3. There are 1 outstanding periods in the last 16 games played as a visitor to this competition: he suffered 3 of his 6 goals between minutes ( 31’-45) ‘).
Sporting comes to this penultimate day as a result of the celebrations and celebrations for the conquest of the title of national champion, which escaped him 19 years ago. Owner of an absolutely remarkable route and superior to that of its rivals, the team led by coach Rúben Amorim now seeks to finish the League undefeated, a record that would remain engraved in memories. At the top of the table, Sporting continues with 82 points, eight above FC Porto and 12 above Benfica. The mathematical confirmation of a title that had been planned for several weeks took place last Tuesday, with the victory of the “lions” in the reception to Boavista (1-0, goal by Paulinho, at 36 ‘), in a match where Sporting was clearly superior and ended up wasting several occasions that would have allowed them to arrive more relaxed at the end of the game.
Benfica to Win
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