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Porto with full confidence will be traveling to visit belenenses on Sunday to put up an amazing match in the Taca da Liga.
However, FC Porto won again in the league to maintain their grasp on the top spot and head into the final round of group games in the Taca da Liga top via goal difference ahead of Chaves.
Meanwhile, Belenenses moved back into the top three in the Primeira Liga last weekend, but on Sunday they face Porto in the Taca da Liga, with their fate in the competition already decided following defeats in their opening two group games.
And obviously, Belenenses ran out comfortable 5-2 winners against Aves last weekend, but fell behind twice before a dominating second half display that helped earn another three points.
Petrolina scored in the opening minute to put Aves 1-0 up away from home, but Licá levelled for the hosts in the fourth minute.
Aves retook the lead in the twenty-sixth minute through Amilton, but the teams went in level at the break thanks to an Almeida equaliser.
An own goal from the unfortunate Vitor Gomes put Belenenses in front for the first time in the match, and the hosts never looked back from that point on.
Licá made it 4-2 in the sixty-eighth minute and Almeida netted his brace three minutes later to wrap up a 5-2 win.
Belenenses moved back into the top six with that result, but remain three points behind fifth placed Vitoria Guimaraes.
Carlos put the visitors ahead against the run of play with a twelfth minute strike, but it proved to be a false dawn for Rio Ave.
Just four minutes after going behind Porto reacted with an equalising goal through Brahimi.
The hosts went in front shortly before the half hour mark through top scorer Marega, but poor finishing from Porto meant they could not add to their winning margin.
Fábio Coentrão was shown a red card deep into stoppage time and the visitors were reduced to ten-men
Much to the joy of the home fans who jeered the former Benfica man as he walked off the pitch and down the tunnel.
Tiquinho opened the scoring in the thirteenth minute and Porto lead 1-0 at the half time interval.
The second half saw another Brazilian get his name on the scoreboard for the hosts, as Otavinho made it 2-0 two minutes shy of the hour mark.
Porto deserved their win and never really looked too threatened by their guests, but this weekend Belenenses have the home advantage.
With six wins from their last six matches in all competitions it’s Porto who head into the game as the clear form favourites, ahead of hosts Belenenses who have won three, drawn one, and lost two of their last six.
However, we saw Fredy top scores in the Taca da Liga for Belenenses with two goals to his name
And while Porto don’t have any players on more than one goal in this competition so far.
Meanwhile, according to records, the FC Porto scraped passed Rio Ave last time out at home, having to come from behind to claim a 2-1 win which extended their winning streak in all competitions to fifteen matches.
And obviously, it’s pretty clear Porto and belenenses met last month in the Taca de Portugal where the hosts Porto recorded safe passage through to the next round, courtesy of a 2-0 win.