FC Porto - Portimonense
Portugal Primeira Liga - Estadio do Dragao
* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
This article will focus on the Porto vs Portimonense betting tips for the game on October 8th. Estadio Do Dragao is the location for the game.
Porto vs Portimonense Prediction & Free Betting Tips
Porto are looking to make it 13 successive victories against Portimonense when the two teams go up against each other in the Portuguese Primeira Liga.
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Porto to win 2-1
- Porto have struggled for rhythm in recent times
- Portimonense have shipped 17 goals in just seven league matches
- Porto have won 12 consecutive games against Portimonense
Total goals under 3.5
- There have been less than 3.5 goals in three of the last four competitive games between these two teams
- Porto have scored only 10 goals in the league this season
- Portimonense have had nine goals in the league so far
Porto vs Portimonense Odds, H2H Stats, and Recent Form
Here are the top stats for the game along with a tool to help you pick the best odds.
These may be some of the best stats regarding the upcoming match between Porto and Portimonense. Now, let us take a look at the odds and probabilities for the game.
Porto odds: 3/20 (1.15) – 87%
Draw odds: 32/5 (7.40) – 13.5%
Portimonense odds: 16/1 (17.00) – 5.9%
Porto are the expected winner of this game with a probability of 87%. A 2-1 win for Porto is a good choice for this match at 41/5 (9.40) – 10.6%. Another option to consider for this match would be under 3.5 goals, which is given a price of 7/10 (1.70) – 58.8%.
Porto vs Portimonense Prediction: Team News, Line-Ups, & Form
Porto will be counting heavily on the upcoming game against Portimonense as a means of getting to the top of the table. The club three points behind Sporting CP, who set up the top, and two points behind Benfica in the second spot. Porto, though, have gone to back-to-back losses coming into the match. Gabriel Veron, Iván Marcano, Zaidu Sanusi, and Pepe are injured while Fabio Cardoso is suspended.
Diogo Costa, Joao Mario, David Carmo, Ze Pedro, Wendell, Andre Franco, Alan Varela, Stephen Eustaquio, Wenderson Galeno, Mehdi Taremi, Evanilson
Portimonense are struggling to get any momentum going in the game and the club are 11th in the standings coming into the match. Portimonense, though, have picked up two wins in the last three matches. Kosuke Nakamura is certainly ruled out of the match while Dennis Adeniran and Luan Campos are out because of injuries. Moustapha Adjalian Seck is suspended for the game.
Vinicius, Filipe Relvas, Pedro Henrique, Alemao, Guga, Dener Clemente, Carlinhos, Goncalo Costa, Sylvester Jasper, Helio Varela, Ronie Carrillo
Player to Watch: Mehdi Taremi
Mehdi Taremi has been a key player for Porto in the domestic league matches. Of late, the forward has found his rhythm and form with two goals and an assist in his last five appearances. The 31-year-old looks set for a strong performance.
Starting Porto vs Portimonense Lineups:
Starting lineups are usually released 60 minutes before kick-off.