Our prediction for this Portugal Primeira Liga match:
Estadio da Capital do Movel will host Saturday’s football game between Ferreira and Braga. Ferreira are eyeing their third consecutive win in the Primeira Liga, and a victory over Braga will see them retain their spot in top four. Both Jan and Silva are both likely to miss the game through injuries. Os Arcebispos did well to make amends for a 2-0 loss to Sporting CP, with the team beating Maritimo in their last league match.
Braga and Ferreira seem to be evenly matched ahead of day 14, and we predict that they are going to share the spoils at Estadio do Capital do Movel. Both Fonte and Moura have been struggling with injuries of late, and the duo is unlikely to feature against Ferreira. It has to be noted that 21 goals in total have been netted in the previous five meetings between the two clubs.
Highlighted Player (Bruno Santos):
Born in Rio da Janeiro, Brazil, on February 7, 1993, Bruno Santos is a professional footballer who started his senior career at Mesquita. In the 2013/2014 season, the pacey right-back moved to Sourense, and after making 14 appearances in the league for the Portuguese outfit, he joined Freamunde the following season.
After scoring two goals in 19 appearances in the Segunda Liga for Os Capoes, he signed a deal with Pacos de Ferreira in November 2015. Bruno Santos made his Primeira Liga debut on November 29, 2015, in a 2-0 win over Estoril. He scored his first goal for Pacos de Fereira on May 19, 2019, in a 2-0 win over Cova Piedade in Segunda Liga.
His primary position is right-back (full-back), and his preferred foot is right. Bruno Santos wears No. 6 shirt at Pacos de Ferreira. Bruno Santos has never played for the Brazil national team.
Highlighted Team (Braga):
Braga are a Portuguese club that have always been in the shadow of Primeira Liga giants Porto, Benfica and Sporting. Os Minhotos were founded on 19 January, 1921 and they originally played in green and white kits. After the World War II they changed their kits to red and they have been wearing red shirts and white shorts ever since.
Braga play their home games at Estadio Municipal de Braga, the stadium that was opened in December, 2003. Os Minhotos have yet to win the Primeira Liga title, but they finished the 2009/2010 campaign in second position in the standings, just five points behind champions Benfica.
In 2011 Braga participated in the Europa League final, but fellow Portuguese outfit Porto proved to be a big catch for Os Minhotos. Anyhow, that is regarded as the club’s biggest success. Vitoria de Guimaraes are considered Braga’s bitter rivals and the two teams face each other in the Minho derby.