Moreirense VS FC Porto ( BETTING TIPS, Match Preview & Expert Analysis )
PREVIEW & TIPS FOR Moreirense vs FC Porto
Moreirense and Porto meet in the Sports Park Comendador Joaquim de Almeida Fr, in a game for this phase of the Portuguese Cup (Quarterfinals). At this stage, the history of direct confrontations indicates balance between these two teams, since there was 1 tie and 2 wins for each team in the last 5 games. However, the last time they faced in this stage was 21-05-2017, in a game for the First League, that ended the victory of Moreirense by (3-1). The goals were scored by E. Boateng (16 ‘), Frederic Maciel (37’) and Alex (83 ‘) for Moreirense and M. Pereira (66’) for Porto.
Moreirense Team News
To reach this phase of the Portuguese Cup (quarter-finals), the home team had to eliminate: Santa Clara, Felgueiras 1932 and Canelas 2010. The team arrives at this meeting after a defeat at home with Benfica by (0 -2). In the last 10 home games for all competitions, Moreirense won 4, drew 4 and lost 2. Defensive solidity has not been their strong point as they have conceded at least one goal in each of the last 10 matches but his attack has scored regularly, having scored goals in 8 of the last 10 games. In the 13 games he played, he only managed 2 rounds in 8 games in which he conceded the first goal. There has been a highlight in the last 14 home games for all competitions: he scored 9 of his 18 goals in the minutes (31′-45 ‘).
Moreirense vs FC Porto Stats
Moreirense enter in this unmotivated game after a home snub, 0-2, to host Benfica. It should be noted that the home club is going through a very interesting period, having only missed once in the last eight home games. One of the best values of home-based training is the ease with which they can finish the opportunities they have. Even acting inside doors it is expected that the Moreirense will be satisfied with a draw. Coach Sérgio Vieira will not be able to count on Enza Fati, Ousmane Dramé and Bruno Silva for being injured.
FC Porto Team News
The visiting team arrives at this stage of the Portuguese Cup (Quarterfinals) after having played previous qualifiers with: Guimarães, Portimonense and Lusitano GC Évora. The team arrives at this meeting after a home win with Guimarães by (4-2). In the last 10 games played out for all competitions, Porto won 6, drew 3 and lost 1. Their attack has scored regularly, as they managed to make it 9 out of the last 10 matches. This is a team that does not usually feel difficult to open the scoring: scored the first goal in 13 of the last 15 games, of those 13 reached the interval in the lead in 8 and managed to maintain the advantage until the end of the 90 ‘in 11. There are 1 a period featured in the last 8 meetings played as a visitor for all competitions: he suffered 5 of his 8 goals between minutes (31’-45 ‘).
Oporto enter this motivated match after a home win, 4-2, in the reception to Guimarães: Aboubakar, Brahimi and Marega stamped the winning goals. The foreign club usually plays 4-4-2 in a tactical system, contrary to the “enemy” of this match, where the two most advanced men are Aboubakar and Marega, with the latter standing out in excellent form. In the central zone of the land Brahimi, Danilo, Óliver and Corona can act.