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Who won the 2021-22 Primeira Liga match between Braga and Benfica?
And on March 20, Braga visited Portimonense and won 2-1 in the Primeira Liga, with goals from Francisco Moura and Yan Couto, while David Carmo, who scored an own goal. Welcome to VAVEL.com’s coverage of the 2021-22 Primeira Liga match: Braga vs Benfica Live Score!
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Who will be in the Braga team for the match?
The possible Braga team for the match is: Matheus, Tormena, Carmo and Oliveira; Moura, Silva, Al Musrati and Yan Couto; Ricardo Horta, Medeiros and Abel Ruiz. Carlos Carvalhal will not be able to use Nuno Siqueira, who has been injured for some time, while Jean Gorby and Roger Fernandes remain out through injury.
What happened to Benfica’s five-game winning streak in the Primeira Liga?
Benfica’s five-game winning streak in the Primeira Liga ended in unexpected fashion last Monday as they lost 3-0 on the road at Boavista. Actually, Benfica were on a seven-game winning run across all competitions prior to that loss.
What happened to Braga in the Primeira Liga?
Meanwhile, Braga kicked off the new Primeira Liga season with back-to-back defeats against Porto and Santa Clara. However, they managed to respond quickly and have now won their last four league games. They have played a pragmatic type of football lately, with their most recent two league victories ending with a 1-0 scoreline.
Can Benfica usurp Braga from third place?
At home, though, Braga have only dropped two points in their last 10 outings at Estádio Municipal de Braga and that came in February when Nicolás Gaitán rescued a point against Porto (2-2). If they can register a second consecutive away win then Benfica would usurp Braga into third place.