Boavista and Benfica get their 2023/24 Primeira Liga campaign underway this evening.
It was another ninth-placed finish for Boavista who, at the turn of the century, were number one in Portugal’s top division. It’s here where Benfica’s title defence begins after Roger Schmidt’s men ended a four-year championship drought last term.
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When is Boavista vs Benfica?
Boavista vs Benfica takes place on Monday 14th August at Estádio do Bessa.
What is the kick-off time for Boavista vs Benfica?
Boavista vs Benfica will kick-off at 8:45pm (UK time).
Who is refereeing Boavista vs Benfica?
Antonio Nobre has been confirmed as the referee for this Primeira Liga match between Boavista vs Benfica.
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Boavista team news
There are no injury worries for head coach Petit who cannot count on last season’s top scorer. Yusupha Njie, who registered 13 goals across 27 league appearances, saw his contract expire this summer. Njie and Boavista teammate Kenji Gorré during the 2022/23 campaign have both since joined Qatari club Al-Markhiya SC. Bruno Onyemaechi and Robert Bozenik are the club’s latest recruits with Masa arriving on loan from J2 League side Tokushima Vortis.
Benfica team news
Goncalo Ramos has left Benfica, joining PSG on loan, with Arthur Cabral signed to replace him. Roger Schmidt’s champions have also welcomed Anatoliy Trubin, Orkun Kökcü, David Jurasek and folk hero Ángel Di María who returns after 13 years away. Julian Weigl and Gilberto depart with the former joining Borussia Mönchengladbach.
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