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Clearly Sunday’s Portuguese Primeira Liga action sees Porto doing battle with Guimaraes at the Estadio Do Dragao.
The hosts arrive as huge favourites to win the game but may find the visitors a tough nut to crack.
The side first fell to a hugely surprising 2-1 defeat at the unfancied Gil Vicente on the opening day of league action,
Of course before being dumped out of the Champions League by Russians Krasnodar
but they’ve since shown a good response, hammering Setubal 4-0 before claiming what could be a vital 2-0 win away at Benfica.
With reclaiming their domestic crown the target for the forthcoming year, few slip ups can be made and games like Sunday’s are one that the hosts simply have to be winning.
Having won 15 of their last 16 home league matches, it’s clear that Porto don’t drop points on home turf often
but Guimaraes do provide one of the sterner tests the division has to offer and thus, the hosts will have to be at their best to get the job done.
Indeed, the visitors played a huge part in the hosts being beaten to the title by Benfica last season, taking 4 points from them, including a famous win in the Dragao itself.
As such, they have no reason to come into Sunday’s game in apprehensive state and arrive with morale very high
after booking their place in the group stage of the Europa League with a win over Romanians FCSB in midweek.
Guimaraes are playing in an impressive manner at the moment and what’s been most notable about their performances so far this season is their defensive solidarity.
In their 9 competitive matches so far, they’ve conceded just 3 times and if they can make themselves tough to break down again this weekend
Ultimately, given how often they win on home soil and the strength of their team on paper, it’s clear to see why Porto are favourites to win the match
but we can’t see them finding it as easy as the odds would suggest. Guimaraes are no pushovers and certainly have the defensive quality to keep the match tight and closed.
However Porto finally appear to be finding their feet after a very rough couple of weeks that has had them under huge pressure from the fans.