Can Sporting Clube de Portugal continue to climb up the table?
Last time out, the Leões easily beat Paços de Ferreira 3-0, with Pedro Porro, Nuno Santos and Paulinho on target.
That made it three league wins on the bounce for Rúben Amorim’s men, who’ve actually won six of their last seven.
In this period, Sporting have also reached the Taça da Liga semi-finals, and will face Arouca in 16 days time.
Back in the league, they sit fourth, three points below Braga, aiming to jump into the Champions League places.
Marítimo meantime are not enjoying this season very much, sat second bottom, having won just once so far.
This sole victory came towards the end of October, when Jesús Ramírez’s goal downed the only side currently below them, Paços.
More-recently, Marítimo drew 1-1 with Rio Ave in their last outing, leaving José Gomes’ team five points adrift of the relegation play-off spot.
Thus, an away win is set to be on the cards at Estádio dos Barreiros.