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Where to watch Benfica vs Porto and all other matchday 33 games

May 5, 2022 By Michelle Bonsu
The clash featuring two of Portugal's so-called Big Three teams will be one of the highlights of matchday 33.

The 2021/22 Primeira Liga season is coming to an end, with Porto the clear winners of the title. However, there is still plenty to play for, including a clash featuring Porto and fellow "Big Three" side Benfica, as well as a handful of teams all still hoping to avoid automatic relegation.

Here's all you need to know ahead of the penultimate match day of the 2021/22 Primeira Liga season.

Primeira Liga standings heading into matchday 33

Here's how the table looks ahead of the next round of fixtures. 

 

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
1 Porto 34 29 4 1 86 22 +64 91 WWWLW
2 Sporting CP 34 27 4 3 73 23 +50 85 WWWWL
3 Benfica 34 23 5 6 78 30 +48 74 WLWDW
4 Sporting Braga 34 19 8 7 52 31 +21 65 LWWWD
5 Gil Vicente 34 13 12 9 47 42 +5 51 LWLDD
6 Vitória Guimarães 34 13 9 12 50 41 +9 48 WDDDW
7 Santa Clara 34 9 13 12 38 54 -16 40 LWDDD
8 Famalicão 34 9 12 13 45 51 -6 39 WWWDD
9 Estoril 34 9 12 13 36 43 -7 39 LWLDD
10 Marítimo 34 9 11 14 39 44 -5 38 LDLDW
11 Paços de Ferreira 34 9 11 14 29 44 -15 38 LLDDL
12 Boavista 34 7 17 10 39 52 -13 38 DDWLL
13 Portimonense 34 10 8 16 31 45 -14 38 WLLWL
14 Vizela 34 7 12 15 37 58 -21 33 LDLWL
15 Arouca 34 7 10 17 30 54 -24 31 DLWLD
16 Moreirense 34 7 8 19 33 51 -18 29 WLLLW
17 Tondela 34 7 7 20 41 67 -26 28 DLDDL
18 BSAD 34 5 11 18 23 55 -32 26 DLLDW
Champions League (Group Stage)
Champions League (Qualification)
Europa League (Group Stage)
Promotion - Europa Conference League (Qualification)
Relagation Play-off
Relegation - Liga Portugal 2

Primeira Liga games you won't want to miss on matchday 33

Estoril vs Moreirense: Moreirense supporters thought that their team had turned a corner recently when they strung together back to back wins. However, the fact remains that they still sit in 17th spot, and have won just six times overall this season. With two games to go, Moreirense, who have picked up 26 points, could still secure safety, but they'll not only need to win both of their games but also hope that other struggling sides, such as Tondela and Arouca end up losing theirs.

Portimonense vs Sporting CP: With Porto having pretty much won the title, Sporting CP are secured in second spot, as they hold a eight point lead over Benfica with just two games to go. It will be interesting to see if they take their foot off the gas and rotate heavily as they face Portimonense, who've alternated between a win and a draw lately, but are very much secured in terms of their top-flight status for next season.

Benfica vs Porto: This will be simply a match of pride for both sides, considering that Porto hold a very comfortable 14 point advantage over Benfica. Of course, Benfica will be doing their very best to ensure that Porto suffer another loss this season, after the Dragons' unbeaten streak was snapped a couple rounds back. Porto, of course, are still involved in the Taca de Portugal, so could also win that trophy as well later this month.

Gil Vicente vs Tondela: If the season were to end this weekend, Tondela will have to contest their top flight status via a play-off. However, they're not out of the woods just yet, as, with 27 points, they're only slightly above 17th and 18th placed Moreirense and Belenenses. That means that their trip to face Gil Vicente, who despite being winless in their last five, still sit in fifth, will be absolutely vital if they want to avoid sliding down in the the drop zone at the end of this weekend.

Belenenses vs Famalicão: On paper, it looks like it's all over for Belenenses, who are bottom of the table and have experienced yet another blow to their top-flight ambitions. Like Moreirense, Belenenses did seemingly turn a corner recently, with two wins, but have slipped up again and are still firmly rooted in last spot. That being said, they're just five points away from Arouca and two from Tondela, meaning that if they can get things right in their upcoming game and see their rivals slip-up, they just may be able to pull off what will probably be one of the biggest great escapes Portuguese football fans have seen in a while.

Team news for matchday 33

*All info as of 05 May 2022

Porto: Mateus Uribe (Muscular issue), Wilson Manafá (Knee injury)

Sporting CP: No new injuries or suspensions

Benfica: Rafa Silva (Unknown injury), Rodrigo Pinho (Knee injury), Lucas Veríssimo (Knee injury)

Primeira Liga matchday 33 fixtures 

 


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