The teams come to this meeting with mixed luck. The local team is motivated by the victory obtained the previous day, while the visit needs to return to victory after having lost against Arouca.
Benfica defeated Marítimo 3-0 in their previous match and will look for another favorable result at home. He arrives toned at this date after 4 wins and will try to maintain his streak. In those matches, he has scored 12 goals and 1 has been scored.
Vitória Guimarães comes from losing 0-2 at their stadium against Arouca. In their last matches they have garnered 3 wins and 1 draw, in which they were able to score 6 goals in the rival net and have conceded 4 goals.
The local is leading with 65 points (21 PG – 2 PE – 1 PP), while the visitor reached 40 points and is in fifth place in the tournament (12 PG – 4 PE – 8 PP).
The designated referee for the match was André Domingues Narciso.
Benfica training today
The team led by Roger Schmidt sets up its game in a 4-5-1 formation with Odisseas Vlachodimos in goal; Alexander Bah, Nicolás Otamendi, António Silva and Alejandro Grimaldo in defense; Chiquinho, Florentino Luís, David Neres, João Mário and Rafa Silva in the middle; and Gonçalo Ramos up front.
Training of Vitória Guimarães today
For their part, those led by Joao Aroso stand on the field with a 4-3-3 strategy with Celton Biai defending the goal; Miguel Maga, André Amaro, Mikel Villanueva, Afonso Freitas in the rear; André André, Tiago Silva and Dani Silva in midfield; and with Jota Silva, André Silva and Nélson Luz in attack.
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