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Sporting Lisbon will be aiming to shake of their shocking loss recently and with Full efforts they take on Belenenses in another Match.
And according to records, the Belenenses crushed Aves 5-2 last time out and occupy sixth spot in the table, but could move above Vitoria Guimaraes with a win over Sporting.
Presently, Belenenses is sixth in league standings and has 22 points against their name.
Belenenses has scored 18 times and got back 14 in return. Belenenses won 5 of their games, drew 7 and lost the remaining 2
Meanwhile, the Host, Sporting did just what they had to do on the final round of group games in the Taca da Liga, claiming top spot in Group D courtesy of a big win over Feirense.
Raphinha set the tone of the game for the visitors with a goal after just five minutes, which was followed up by a Bruno Fernandes strike in the twenty-second minute.
Feirense pulled a goal back via a Tiago Silva penalty to make it 2-1 at the break, but Dost converted a penalty for Sporting on the hour mark to restore the visitors two goal lead.
Ironically it was an own goal from the unfortunate Luís Machado that made the final 4-1 and saw Feirense slip from first to third in the final Group D standings.
Belenenses twice went behind at home to Desportivo Aves before eventually taking control of the game and running out convincing 5-2 winners.
An own goal from Gomes early in the second half saw Belenenses go in front for the first time in the match, and the hosts never looked back from that moment.
Licá and Almeida both helped themselves to their brace in the last twenty-two minutes to wrap up an impressive 5-2 win for the hosts.
When these two teams last met back in April they produced a seven-goal thriller which also saw two players sent-off.
Sporting took a 3-1 lead into the half time break after goals from Dost, Martins, and Acuña cancelled out the opening goal of the game from Belenenses’ Yebda in the seventh minute.
Fernandes converted the games third penalty kick ten minutes from time to hand Sporting all three points
And frustrations were evident from the hosts in stoppage time as French defender Sasso was shown a red card and Belenenses ended the game with nine-men on the pitch.
With five wins and one defeat from their last six matches it’s Sporting CP that are the clear form favourites heading into Thursday’s game
Dutch forward Dost top scores in the league for Sporting once again this season, and so far has ten Primeira Liga goals to his name.
Angolan striker Fredy is on five league goals for the visitors this season, three of which have arrived in the form of penalties.
Sporting holds the third spot in the table and has 31 points against their name. They won 10 games, drew 1 and lost 3. Sporting scored 30 goals and let 15 into their net.
Sporting won against Feirense, last week, on the road. The match ended 1-4. On the other hand, Belenenses lost against Porto, at home, in their last fixture, and the scoreline read 1-2.
According to records, the visitors Belenenses have gone four games unbeaten and have won three, drawn one, and lost two of their last six in all competitions.
Sporting who happens to be the hosts scored twice through Licá and Fredy to level the scores at 3-3, but shot themselves in the foot in the seventy-fifth minute when Yebda was sent-off after receiving his second yellow card of the match.
Of course, the host Sporting slipped to third in the table following that surprise defeat in Guimaraes and now sit five points behind league leaders Porto and one behind arch rivals Benfica.