This weekend, many of the European countries that missed out last weekend due to the FIFA window are coming out of their football pause. In Portugal, however, the national team matches have been ignored as the championship has been non-stop. And it will continue now, stretching the new tour until Monday inclusive. Lastly, we have a duel at the bottom of the table: Moreirense take on Belenenses. The penultimate and last team of this season in a battle for, perhaps, saving 3 points – whose will take it? 1xbet promo code expert department has posted their forecast for the match on February 7, 2022.
Moreirense are in a very difficult situation at the moment
The Green and White have never been particularly highly ranked. But recent years have been quite successful for this humble team. Having returned to the elite division once again in 2014, they have managed to avoid another relegation for a number of years in a row. In 2017, they even managed to take the first trophy in their history, the League Cup, and in the 3 most recent championships they have been at least 8th… Now, the team is currently sitting in last but one place with just 16 points from 20 games. The picture is not hopeless, even the distance to 16th place is 1 win away. And to make things right, Sa Pinto was called up at the beginning of January. Ricardo started brilliantly: victory against Vizela, 1-1 against Benfica. But that was followed by defeats to Santa Clara and Braga.
Belenenses looks awful, but retains a mathematical chance
SAD are ‘famous’ this season for their scandalous 0-7 win against Benfica in November. Still, the club as a whole is having an extremely weak season – while in the last edition it held firmly among the midlands, finishing the year in the top ten in the Primera and only losing 9th place to Famalican on extra points. The team now has only 2 wins and 12 points, and that’s after 19 games in which they managed to score only 11 times. However, the Lisbon club even took a lead against Maritimu in the last round, and finished the encounter 1-1. You can also remember the 2-1 with Aruca a month ago, in early January. Technically, the fight for survival is on, and if we start to pick up points, getting out at least into 16th place does not look like a “mission impossible”.
Morerensi are unbeaten in their last 8 meetings. But all 3 extreme matches, including last August, have been draws.
Moreirense have been given a unique chance and should take advantage of it. We bet on the home side to win (odds are 2.04).