FC Porto and Boavista FC will face each other this Sunday at 20h30 (GMT).
Derby Challenge, plenty of emotion in just one game!
The Derby Challenge from Liga NOS Virtual returns with an Oporto derby between two opposite ends of the scoreboard. FC Porto will host Boavista FC at Estádio do Dragão for the 19th gameweek of Liga NOS. Choose between players from both teams (or not) to form a winning team worthy of its name. Create your team at https://fantasy.realfevr.com/t/DERBYCPT
Moreover, let’s take a look at the two opponents.
FC Porto is isolated in the 2nd place, 8 points behind the current leading force Sporting CP, and coming from a bitter draw against SC Braga. The Dragons have a record of 12 victories, 4 draws and 2 losses, and in the first half they defeated Boavista FC away by 5 goals to zero. This game will be critical for the Blue and Whites to return to victory and shorten the distance to the top.
At the bottom of the scoreboard glaring at the top is Boavista FC. Being in 16th Place is a feat, not one that is celebrated, but one that is swept under the rug hoping no one will notice. This position is due to the 8 losses, 8 draws and only 2 victories that stain the team’s curriculum in this season. Not even with Jesualdo Ferreira’s entrance (three-time champion for FC Porto) to lead the Black Panthers did the team straighten up, so this Oporto Derby could be ideal to shake the Checkered players.
A promising game! FC Porto has everything to come on top, but with this being football and a derby, Boavista FC can still surprise everyone.
Follow up the game this Saturday, February the 13th, at 20h30 (GMT), at Estádio do Dragão!
- FC Porto or Boavista FC?
- Agustín Marchesín or Léo Jardim?
- Chancel Mbemba or Ricardo Mangas?
- Sérgio Oliveira or Angel Gomes?
- Mehdi Taremi or Yusupha Njie?
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