Benfica vs Porto takes place on Wednesday at 8:45pm (UK time).
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Benfica vs Porto preview:
It’s the Primeira Liga champions against the Taca de Portugal holders as Benfica meet Porto in the 2023 Portuguese Super Cup this week.
These two were extremely close in the Primeira Liga last season with Benfica finishing just two points clear of second-placed Porto, and they have added to their squad in hopes of defending their crown in the upcoming campaign. Orkun Kokcu has been signed from Feyenoord, alongside Slavia Prague’s David Jurasek and a return for Angel Di Maria, who spent three years at Benfica between 2007 and 2010. Benfica had a good start to pre-season, beating Southampton, Basel, Al-Nassr and Celta Vigo but the closer they get to the return of competitive football, things haven’t gone as well. First, they were beaten by Burnley before losing to Feyenoord in Netherlands at the end of last month.
Porto, meanwhile, nursed their league wounds with a Portuguese Cup win, beating Braga 2-0 in the final in June. It’s been a pretty quiet summer for Porto in terms of incomings and outgoings, though there are a couple of new faces. Nico Gonzalez has come in from Barcelona while Fran Navarro joins from Gil Vicente, with Mateus Uribe the biggest outgoing, joining Saudi Arabian club Al-Sadd. Porto have had a mixed pre-season so far, starting with a 4-0 victory over Cardiff before losing to Wolves and drawing with Rayo Vallecano, all without leaving Portugal.
After the Portuguese Super Cup, the Primeira Liga begins at the weekend with Porto facing Moreirense and Benfica taking on Boavista.
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