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Sporting v Boavista live stream: How to watch Primeira Liga online

By Emile Avanessian

Published: 13:25, 11 December 2021 | Updated: 15:50, 15 September 2022

Sporting Club return home to Lisbon on Saturday night (8:30PM UK), with plans to resume their domestic dominance, and put out a marker for their co-leaders, Porto. Boavista, meanwhile, after a deceptively strong start is fading fast and will do well to keep this game close.

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Sporting CP team news

Thanks to their work in the early portions of the Champions League group stage, a midweek loss to Ajax in Amsterdam didn’t keep Sporting from advancing to the tournament’s knockout stages. The domestic joint-leaders (11 wins and 2 draws in 13 matches, same as Porto) now return to Portugal, looking to continue their stellar form.

With a number of starters from all over the pitch – Paulinho from attack, Sebastián Coates and Zouhair Feddal from defense, and João Palhinha and Rúben Vinagre from the midfield – due for rest after their midweek travels, Sporting – to top defensive team in the league, with just five goals conceded in 13 games – are presented with something of an ideal opponent with which to ease back into domestic play.

Sporting CP predicted XI: Antonio Adán; Matheus Reis; Zouhair Feddal; Matheus Nunes; Luís Neto; Manuel Ugarte Ribeiro; Pablo Sarabia; Pedro Porro; Gonçalo Inácio; Pedro Gonçalves; Ricardo Esgaio

Boavista team news

Boavista enter this game seemingly safe in mid-table. However, upon closer inspection, this side profiles much more like bottom-third relegation battler than a top tier mainstay. After winning two of three to open the season, Boavista are winless since, with just six points since August 23. They’ve maintained their early-season penchant for getting on the scoreboard in just about every game. Troublingly, however, as the season has worn on, they’ve begun conceding more regularly, without keeping pace themselves. Prior to their December 4 1-1 draw against Maritimo, Boavista had conceded 11 (while scoring just four) in the previous three – all of them losses.

That they’ll be without arguably their best midfielder, Gaius Makouta, who’s sitting this one out after picking up two yellow cards in Boavista’s last outing, only heightens the degree of difficulty.

Boavista predicted XI: Alireza Beiranvand; Javi García; Gustavo Sauer; Petar Musa; Yusupha Njie; Ilija Vukotić; Jackson Porozo; Nathan; Yanis Hamache; Rodrigo Abascal

Primeira Liga 2021/22 recent form:

  • Sporting CP: WWWWWL
  • Boavista: DLLLD

Scoreline prediction: Sporting CP 3-0 Boavista

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