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Belenenses will be looking for the sort of bounce that a new coach brings when they travel to the Bessa to take on a wobbly Boavista side on Monday.

The Primeira Liga’s bottom club plucked Felipe Candido from third-tier Lieira to fill the breach when Petit resigned following their extra-time cup win over minnows Bercos SC and it remains to be seen if he can cut it at this level. Belenenses have drawn their last two away games though, against sides of similar ability to Boavista, so it’s not out of the question that the visitors can avoid defeat here.

They will face a home team smarting from a 4-0 cup defeat to Segunda Liga leaders Rio Ave and without leading central defenders Tiago Ilori and Marcelo. The Chequered Ones remain undefeated at home this season, recording three wins and two draws, with only opponents currently above them in the table avoiding defeat at the Bessa.

Prediction:Boavista to win.


The hosts have conceded an average of 1.37 goals while the visitors have conceded an average of 1.87 goals.The goal difference is 17-10 in favour of the away team.

Prediction:Lyon to win.


The hosts have scored an average of 1.78 goals while the visitors have scored an average 1.31 goals.

Prediction:Atletico Madrid to win.

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