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FC Porto vs Belenenses live stream: How to watch the Primeira Liga online

By Chris Smith

FC Porto vs Belenenses live stream: How to watch the Primeira Liga online

Published: 10:40, 19 May 2021 | Updated: 23:15, 24 November 2022

FC Porto’s season comes to an end when they host Belenenses on Wednesday at 6pm (UK time).

The Dragons have confirmed their status as this season’s runner-up, sitting five points behind champions Sporting CP and four clear of Benfica in third. Belenenses, meanwhile, are ninth but could still climb further up the table with a win here.

How to live stream FC Porto vs Belenenses online:

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Scoreline prediction: Porto 2-0 Belenenses

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FC Porto vs Belenenses build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Despite losing just two of their 33 games so far, Porto have been unable to keep up with the pace set by Sporting CP. However, Sérgio Conceição’s men have confirmed their spot in next season’s UEFA Champions League group stage and will want to end this trophyless season on a high with a victory here.

Belenenses cannot qualify for Europe but are one of three teams tied on 40 points heading into the final game of the season. Nuno Oliveira’s men have already drawn once with Porto this season, while they also took a point from champions Sporting. A positive result here would be a great way to sign off for another campaign.

  • FC Porto (vs Rio Ave): Marchesin; Mario, Pepe, Leite, Manafa; Otavio, Grujic, Uribe*, Diaz; Taremi, Martinez.
  • Belenenses (vs Santa Clara): Kritsyuk; Silva, Phete, Ribeiro; Esgaio, Sithole, Sousa, Ruben Lima; Teixeira, Cassierra, Cardoso.

Mouhamed Mbaye and Jesus Corona are both injured while Mateus Uribe is suspended due to yellow card accumulation. Belenenses, meanwhile, have a fully fit and available squad to choose from for this match.

Player to watch: Mehdi Taremi (FC Porto)

While Porto cannot move up or down the table on the final day, there is a race on to finish as the club’s top goalscorer for the 2020/21 season. Mehdi Taremi currently leads the way with 15 goals, leaving him two clear of Sergio Oliveira, while only Pedro Goncalves and Haris Seferovic have scored more (20) throughout the Primeira Liga.

Taremi heads into this game on a great run of form having bagged seven goals and four assists in his last nine appearances across all competitions and will look to put Belenenses to the sword here to claim bragging rights over his Porto teammates.

Primeira Liga 2020/21 recent form:

  • FC Porto: WWDWD
  • Belenenses: LWWLW

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