After dropping two points last weekend away at Sporting Lisbon, and thus falling two points behind leaders Benfica in the table, the pressure is now fully on FC Porto to collect maximum points in every game until the end of the season if the Dragons stand any chance to win the league this campaign.
Beating Estoril on Friday night is a must for FC Porto.
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Estoril come into the game as dangerous underdogs.
The Canaries remain in the shake-up for a Europa League spot via a top six finish in the league, and after collecting an excellent 2-0 away win at Rio Ave last weekend which following a 3-1 home win over Sporting Lisbon the week before, Marco Silva’s charges face a hiding-to-nothing at Porto.
Yet whilst Estoril have little pressure on their shoulders as they face a match most expect them to lose, the bottom line is that it will be a shock is the visitors do in fact claim anything from the game against the Dragons.
Porto have won four and drawn two of their last six meeting against Estoril, however Porto failed to beat their opponents earlier in the season in a contest which finished 2-2.
Vítor Pereira’s Porto, however, are generally in excellent form at present. They are current riding a wave of 15 games unbeaten in all competitions, and with the likes of Joao Moutinho, Steven Defour and james Rodríguez in their team, the reigning champs are overriding favourites to win this weekend.
The match offers Porto striker Jackson Martinez to swell is already large reputation. The Colombian centre-forward has been in dazzling form this campaign scoring 22 goals in 21 games.