Porto welcome a struggling Boavista side to Estádio do Dragão for a Primeira Liga showdown on Saturday at 8:30pm (UK time).
Sérgio Conceição’s men remain in the chase for this season’s top prize but can ill-afford to drop any more points while Boavista’s immediate focus is staving off relegation.
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Where to watch Porto vs Boavista on TV:
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- US: GOLTV
Scoreline prediction: Porto 2-1 Boavista
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Porto vs Boavista build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Porto have stumbled of late after notching seven league wins on the bounce. Although they come into this weekend’s game unbeaten in five they’ve picked up just nine points from 15 available, leaving them eight points behind leaders Sporting who are yet to taste defeat this season. At home Conceição’s men currently enjoy the league’s second best record: 22 points from nine played. Only Marítimo (3-2) and title rivals Benfica (1-1) have left Estádio Do Dragão with something this season.
The chances of Boavista joining that exclusive club seem remote given their current predicament. Porto’s guests find themselves in the relegation zone, two points adrift of safety, and enter Saturday’s game on a two-game losing streak. In fact, since a shock 3-0 win over Benfica in November, Boavista have mustered just one win across 12 matches. Away from home there’s been one victory, from nine outings, which interestingly came on their most recent trip at Portimonense.
- Porto (vs Braga): Costa; Manafá, Pepe, Mbemba, Sarr; Vieira, Oliveira, Uribe*, Díaz*; Marega, Taremi.
- Boavista (vs Nacional): Jardim; Devenish, Rami, Awaziem, Mangas; García*; Elis, Paulinho, Santos, Sauer; Njie.
Mouhamed Mbaye is out for Porto with a long-term knee injury. Nanú is also missing due to a spinal cord injury while Otávio and Ivan Marcano are doubts. Luis Diaz and Mateus Uribe are suspended following their red cards in midweek, but Jesus Corona returns from a ban of his own.
Boavista go into this game missing just Miguel Reisinho who’s ruled out for the season with an ACL injury. As things stand Javi Garcia is suspended for a red card against Nacional but the former Benfica midfielder could be allowed to play if Boavista win their appeal.
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Players to watch: Mehdi Taremi (Porto)
Since losing their second league game of the season at Paços Ferreira (3-2), someone who’s played a pivotal role in Porto notching up their current 12-game unbeaten run is 28-year-old Iranian centre-forward Mehdi Taremi, who has netted in six of those aforementioned games. He has been particularly prolific on the road, scoring six of Porto’s past 10 goals away from home. However, at home, Taremi has found it hard to find the net: scoring just two goals at the Estádio do Dragão this season with the most recent against Tondela last December. Can he break that four-game drought this weekend?
Primeira Liga 2020/21 recent form:
- Porto: DDWWD
- Boavista: LLWLL
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