FC Porto can be crowned Primeira Liga champions when they visit Estádio Municipal de Braga to face Sporting Braga on Monday evening (18:00 UK time).
Sérgio Conceição’s men are nine points clear of second-placed Sporting CP with four matches left. As for Os Arsenalistas they sit in fourth place, 14 points ahead of sixth-placed Vitória Guimarães in the Conference League qualifiers race.
The Dragons picked up a 7-0 victory over Portimonense at home last time out to maintain their unbeaten record this season (26 wins and four draws). Braga meanwhile played out a goalless draw at Estádio António Coimbra da Mota against Estoril, extending their unbeaten streak to four (three wins and one draw).
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- US: GOLTV
The previous league fixture between the sides saw Porto come out on top 1-0 at Estádio Do Dragão in December. Luis Díaz scored for Os Dragões in the 22nd minute. Porto have also got the better of Braga of late, unbeaten in their last three league matches (two wins and one draw). Braga are looking for their first league win in games between the two sides since July 2020. Porto have outscored them 6-3 during their unbeaten run.
Braga team news
The hosts come into this latest round of Primeira Liga fixtures missing injured duo Nuno Sequeira and Roger Fernandes, both recovering from respective serious knee and ankle injuries. Following their 0-0 draw against Estoril there could be several changes made to Carlos Carvalhal’s starting lineup. Fabiano Silva, Jean-Baptiste Gorby, Kobamelo Kodisang and Eduardo Ribeiro will be pushing for starts. Someone that is certain to feature is skipper Ricardo Horta, the forward has been irreplaceable for Braga this season. He leads the club with 15 goals, which is the third highest in the league, five of those having been the critical first of the match.
Porto team news
The visitors will still be without midfielder Bruno Costa, who has been sidelined with an injury which he sustained in their Europa League meeting against Lyon last month. Costa is joined in Porto’s physioroom by Mateus Uribe and Wilson Manafa, the latter hasn’t been in contention since picking up a leg injury last December. Sérgio Conceição is expected to make few changes from last time out when they ran out 1-0 against Sporting in the Portuguese Cup meaning the likes of Toni Martínez, Galeno and Stephen Eustaquio are expected to start on the bench. Mehdi Taremi, who has been Porto’s leading marksman on 18 occasions (including five match-opening goals), is expected to lead the Dragon‘s line. Taremi currently ranks second for goals scored in the league this season.
Primeira Liga 2021/22 recent form:
- Braga: DWWWL
- Porto: WWWWW
Scoreline prediction: Braga 0-2 Porto
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