Casa Pia vs Sporting CP – Following their most recent game, a 3-1 Primeira Liga loss to Vizela, Casa Pia will be looking for a better outcome. In that game, Casa Pia had 46% of the possession and 4 of its 10 attempts on goal were successful.
Rafael Martins (24′), Nermin Zoloti (37′ Own Goal), and Joo Nunes (80′ Own Goal) scored goals for Casa Pia. Vizela’s adversaries made 11 efforts at goal, with 8 of them being successful. Ubi Etim scored for Vizela on Friday (86′).
Casa Pia, played by Filipe Martins, have received points for their shots on goal five times over the course of their previous six games, for an average of 0.83 goals per game.
Casa Pia has won all four of their home league games entering this matchup. Sporting Lisbon and Gil Vicente played to a scoreless draw in their prior matchup in the Primeira Liga.
Sporting Lisbon had a 56% possession advantage and 7 of its 12 attempts on goal were successful. Gil Vicente had eight attempts at goal, two of which were successful.
Sporting Lisbon’s defense has put on a string of standout performances as evidenced by their “goals against” total of 3 from their previous 6 games combined. Their own forwards have managed to score 10 goals during that period.
Casa Pia vs Sporting CP – Betting Analysis
The prior league encounter between these teams occurred on Match Day 10 of the Primeira Liga on October 22, 2022, with Sporting Lisbon winning 3-1 over Casa Pia.
Sporting Lisbon had 65% of the possession in that encounter and 25 shots on goal, 10 of which were on goal. Paulinho (57′), Nuno Santos (59′), and Pedro Gonçalves (65′) scored the goals.
Casa Pia, their adversaries, had 10 attempts at goal with 3 of them being on target. (43′) Clayton scored. Hélder Malheiro served as the arbitrator.
Filipe Martins, the manager of Casa Pia, has no fitness concerns to mention going into this game because he has a completely healthy group to choose from.
We believe that Lucas Paes Souza, Joo Nunes, Vasco Fernandes, Nermin Zolotic, Leonardo Lelo, Afonso Taira, Beni Mukendi, Derick Poloni, Yuki Soma, Rafael Martins, and S. Amunde Godwin could all play in a 3-4-3 configuration for Os Gansos (The Geese).
Rben Amorim, the manager of Sporting Lisbon, must deal with a handful of absent players. Daniel Bragança (Cruciate Ligament Rupture) and Héctor Bellern (Unknown Injury) will not be participating in this contest.
With a 3-4-3 formation and the likes of Antonio Adan, Ousmane Diomande, Gonçalo Inacio, Matheus Reis, Arthur Gomes, P. Gonçalves Pote, Manuel Ugarte, Nuno Santos, Marcus Edwards, Paulinho, and Francisco Trinco as starters, Sportinguistas appear most likely to open the game.
Sporting Lisbon appears to have the ability to generate a significant number of chances and successful shots on goal when comparing these two sides.
In contrast, Casa Pia won’t find it simple to penetrate their defense, though we believe they may end up scoring at least once.
What are the best odds for this match?
Checking the betting prices for this game in the WDW market, the win for Casa Pia is best priced at 8.1, backing a draw is 4.52 and staking on victory for Sporting Lisbon is 1.43. Those are the best of the prices being offered at the current time.
Casa Pia vs Sporting CP – Head -to- Head
Our Prediction: Over 1.5 Goals