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Benfica and Marítimo face at Estádio da Luz, in a match for the last round of the Portuguese Championship.
              
As expected, the head to head history favours Benfica. They have won 7 of the last 8 matches, yet Marítimo has won in august 2013.
              
It’s important to notice that in the first half of the season Benfica won 0-4 in an away match against Marítimo: Salvio, Ola John and Lima scored the winning goals.

Analysis of Benfica

Benfica arrives at this round after 2 wins in the last 4 matches, with a total of 9 goals scored. It’s important to notice that the last home match, against Penafiel, ended with a 4-0 win in favour of Jorge Jesus’s team.
              
The team’s home matches usually have a few goals, because Benfica privileges an offensive football. Only 2 of the last 10 matches in this stadium have not ended with Over 2,5 Goals.
              
In Estádio da Luz, their best moment is the last 15’ of the matches, in which they score most goals. On the other hand, their defence is very solid and has only conceded 4 goals in all home matches.

Confirmed Lineup: Júlio César, M. Pereira, Jardel, Luisão, Eliseu, N. Gaitán, Pizzi, A. Samaris, E. Salvio, Lima, Jonas.
Coach: Jorge Jesus.

Analysis of Marítimo

Marítimo arrives at this round after two wins and three draws in the last 5 matches. Their last away match ended with a win over Braga, by 1-3: João Diogo, Danilo Pereira and Marega scored the winning goals.

They are 8th in the league, with 44 points. Therefore, with only this match to play, Marítimo has no chance of reaching for higher goals in the table.

Their best period in the matches is the first 15’ of the second half, period in which they score more goals.

Confirmed Lineup: Wellington, Raúl Silva, P. Bauer, Rúben Ferreira, Briguel, João Diogo, Danilo Pereira, Bruno Gallo, Alex Soares, António Xavier, M. Marega.
Coach: Ivo Vieira.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match is that there will be a few goals. We expect the home team to start the game strong and score many goals to celebrate winning the title. Therefore, we expect both teams to play without much deffensive preoccupation and to privilege a good show.

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Primeira Liga - 2014/2015

  • 100% 306 / 306 Games

  • Home team wins 44.77%
  • Draws 27.78%
  • Away team wins 27.45%
  • Over 1.5 72.88%
  • Over 2.5 45.42%
  • Over 3.5 25.16%
  • Goals 763
  • Goals /match 2.49
  • Goals /match home 1.45
  • Goals /match away 1.04
  • Both teams score 46.41%
  • Goals after 80' 20.18%
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