Maritimo vs Pacos Ferreira – After losing to Arouca in their most recent match in the Primeira Liga by a score of 1-0, Martimo won’t want a recurrence of that performance here.

Martimo controlled 49% of the possession in that game and made 15 efforts on goal, scoring on six of them. Arouca, on the other hand, made 11 attempts at goal and only two were successful. Arouca’s goal came from Rafa Mjica (34′).

In recent years, Martimo has only sometimes been able to hold out for a full 90 minutes. In reality, Martimo have allowed goals in 6 of their last 6 games, resulting in 11 goals conceded.

But only time will tell if that pattern holds true in this game. Paços de Ferreira will be looking to rebound after losing their most recent match in Primeira Liga action against Famalico.

Paços de Ferreira enjoyed 49% of the game’s possession and 2 of his 13 shots on goal were successful. Hernáni Infande was the lone scorer for Paços de Ferreira (34′).

Famalico, on the other hand, had nine shots on goal, five of which were on target. For Famalico, goals were scored by Jhonder Cadiz (41′) and Iván Jaime (70′, 87′).

César Peixoto’s Paços de Ferreira had an average of 0.83 goals scored per game over their last six games after scoring 5 goals overall from their assaults.

Paços de Ferreira hasn’t lost in either of their last two road league games, according to their past performance.
For the previous three league games, they have failed to win on the road.

Maritimo vs Pacos Ferreira – Betting Analysis

Reviewing their most recent head-to-head matches, which date back to 16/02/2020, we can see that Martimo has won 3 of them, Paços de Ferreira has won 2, and there have been 1 game that have been tied.

In total, 13 goals were scored in these games between the two teams, with Os Verde-Rubros scoring 7 of them and Os Castores scoring 6 of them. That equals 2.17 goals per game on average.

Prior to this matchup, which took place in the Primeira Liga on October 28, 2022, Paços de Ferreira defeated Martimo 0-1 in matchday 11.

Paços de Ferreira enjoyed a 51% possession advantage and 4 of 10 shots on goal during that time. Martimo had 16 shots total with 7 of them being on goal at the other end. Jess Ramrez scored in the 28th minute. André Narciso served as the umpire for the game.

The Martimo manager José Gomes just has one fitness issue to worry about because his team is otherwise strong, thus there aren’t many selection issues. Diogo Mendes is out with an undisclosed injury.

The 4-4-2 system appears to be an option for Os Verde-Rubros, with Marcelo Carne, Paulinho, Zainadine Junior, Rene Santos, Vitor Costa de Brito, Claudio Winck, Val Soares, Rafael Brito, Xadas, André Vidigal, and Félix Correia among those receiving the start.

The Paços de Ferreira manager César Peixoto has no fitness concerns going into this game because he has a fully injury-free roster to pick from. Marafona’s suspension prevents him from participating in this game.

Igor Vekic, Jorge Silva, Nuno Lima, Maracás, Vitorino Antunes, Paulo Bernardo, Rui Pires, Jordan Holsgrove, Nicolas Gaitan, Alexandre Guedes, and Hernani Infande are likely to start for Os Castores in a 4-3-3 configuration.

This Martimo team ought to fall victim to a Paços de Ferreira goal, while it might not quite stop them from giving up a few goals on the other end.

 What are the best odds for the game?

Checking the betting prices for this game on the WDW market, staking on Marítimo is available for 2.21, a bet on the draw is 3.32 and putting your money on victory for Paços de Ferreira gets you 3.35. They’re the most competitive returns being offered right now.

Maritimo vs Pacos Ferreira – Head -to- Head

Maritimo vs Pacos Ferreira

Our Prediction: Over 1.5 Goals

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