Porto will be looking to maintain their unbeaten start in the Primeira Liga when they visit Santa Clara on Sunday evening (17:00 UK time).
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Sérgio Conceição’s men have won eight of their previous 10 league matches and find themselves level on points with defending champions Sporting but lead the championship due to a superior goal-difference. As for their hosts Santa Clara are sitting rock bottom in the young championship table.
Scoreline prediction: Santa Clara 1-3 FC Porto
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Santa Clara vs FC Porto build-up & previous line-ups:
It’s been a frustrating start for Santa Clara who find themselves bottom of the Primeira Liga table. Nuno Campos’ side have picked up just one win across 10 previous matches, while suffering no fewer than seven losses, heading into this latest round of fixtures. Since that aforementioned sole win (1-0 v Gil Vicente on matchday four) they’ve gone on a six-game winless streak (four defeats and two draws). Also in six previous league matches against Porto the Azoreans have suffered five defeats while enjoying one win and that came in December 2001 when they ran out 2-1 winners.
Last time out Porto became the third different team to already lead the Portuguese championship this season. Sérgio Conceição’s men assumed control from Benfica after running out 4-1 winners over Boavista at home. It was their fifth win on the bounce and Porto maintained an unbeaten run to start the 2021/22 campaign having won eight of their opening 10 league outings. Stretching back into last season the Dragons come into this weekend’s game on a 38-game unbeaten run since a 3-2 loss at Paços Ferreira in October 2020 (29 wins and nine draws).
- Santa Clara (vs Belenenses): Pereira; Sagna, Tassano, Afonso, Mansur; Morita, Carvalho; Allano, Lincoln, Ricardinho; Patric.
- FC Porto (vs AC Milan): Costa; Mário, Pepe, Mbemba, Zaidu; Otávio, Oliveira, Grujic, Díaz; Evanilson, Taremi.
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Players to watch: Luis Díaz (Porto)
This season is already Luis Díaz’s most productive league season for Porto since joining in 2019. The 24-year-old Colombian forward has now registered seven goals after ten appearances. His two previous campaigns saw him finish on six goals after 29 (2019/20) and 30 (2020/21) matches played. Díaz has also created a further two goals meaning across those outings he’s failed to score or create in two games (v Famalicão on matchday two and v Gil Vicente on matchday seven). Díaz also netted last time out against Boavista which saw him move level with teammate Mehdi Taremi on top of the Primeira Liga scorers charts.
Primeira Liga 2021/22 recent form:
- Santa Clara: LLDDL
- FC Porto: WWWWW
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