Sunday’s Primeira Liga predictions including Benfica vs. Vizela

Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today’s Primeira Liga fixtures, including Benfica vs. Vizela.

Arouca's Cristo celebrates scoring their first goal with Tiago Esgaio on September 3, 2023© Reuters

Seeking to move out of the relegation zone, Casa Pia play host to Arouca at the Estadio Pina Manique in round 22 of the Portuguese Primeira Liga on Sunday.

The Arouquenses head into the weekend fresh off the back of a rare victory over league heavyweight Porto and will be looking to make it five league wins on the bounce for the first time since their return to the top flight.

We say: Casa Pia 1-3 Arouca

Arouca have turned a corner in recent weeks and will be backing themselves against an out-of-sorts Casa Pia side. While we expect the hosts to put up a fight, we predict that the Arouquenses will pick up all three points at the Estadio Pina Manique.

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Estoril Praia's Serginho celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates on November 6, 2022© Reuters

Estoril Praia will be looking to pick up consecutive home wins for the first time this year when they go head to head with Gil Vicente on Sunday evening.

The Gilistas have failed to win any of their last five visits to the Estadio Antonio Coimbra da Mota since January 2013 and will head into the weekend looking to end this 11-year run.

We say: Estoril Praia 2-1 Gil Vicente

With just one point separating Estoril and Gil Vicente at the bottom end of the table, we expect both sides to go all out in search of all three points. The Gilistas’ form on the road has been nothing to write home about in the league and we are backing Seabra’s men to claim a narrow victory.

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Benfica's Florentino Luis during the warm up before the match on April 11, 2023© Reuters

Benfica will look to continue their solid form in the Primeira Liga when they take on relegation candidates Vizela at Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica on Sunday evening.

The hosts cannot afford to drop points here after seeing their lead atop the league standings erased last weekend, while the visitors are at the other end of the table and could end the weekend bottom of the pile with a loss in this one.

We say: Benfica 2-0 Vizela

Benfica have been superb at Estadio da Luz this season and now face an opponent that are in the midst of the relegation scrap. The Eagles are unbeaten in their last five matches against Vizela and we fancy they will extend that record with a comfortable victory in this one.

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Braga's Abel Ruiz celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates on January 23, 2024© Reuters

Sunday’s Primeira Liga action will conclude with a top-half battle at Estadio Municipal de Braga, where SC Farense will arrive to face top-four opponents Braga.

The hosts will head into this match with 40 points after the first 21 league games this season, while the visitors are in eighth place with 26 points earned over the same period.

We say: Braga 2-1 SC Farense

After a couple of underwhelming performances, this is a must-win situation for Braga to keep in touch with the European qualification places. Farense are certainly no push-over, but we fancy the hosts to pull off a home win here, albeit that it may be a slender one.

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