Benfica v Sporting: Watch a Live Stream of the Lisbon derby match – available in the UK
- August 30, 2014
Benfica welcome city rivals Sporting to the Estadio da Luz on Sunday 31st August. Kick off will be at 19.00pm UK time
Bet365 are showing Benfica v Sporting live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals.
Benfica v Sporting is available everywhere in the world, except for Portugal.
NOTE: Please be aware that you will need an active Bet365 account to watch Benfica v Sporting.
Champions Benfica started the season well, claiming the Supertaca however the team doesn’t look settled since the departures of Rodrigo, Andre Gomes, Garay, Oblak and Siqueira.
However, form doesnt often matter when these two clubs meet and manager Jorge Jesus will have to instruct his squad how to win in an emotional derby.
Sporting managed to resign Luis Nani from Manchester United during the transfer window and also managed to get their first win of the season against Arouca.
Manager Marco Silva will be hoping to hold onto midfielder William Carvalho after Manchester United and Arsenal have been sniffing around.
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