Casa Pia vs Sporting The 27th round of the Portuguese Primeira Liga ends on Sunday when Casa Pia and Sporting Lisbon face off at Pina Manisha Stadium.

Ruben’s men are set to head into the weekend in search of a brace against a home with a 3-1 win in the October game. Casa Fia suffered a misstep in their travels to Europe last Saturday when they lost 3-1 against Vizela at the FC Vizela Stadium.


Casa Pia vs Sporting

Casa Pia vs Sporting Kick Off Time



Event details:
NAME: Casa Pia – Sporting
DATE: 9 Apr 2023
TIME: 17:00 UTC
VENUE: Estadio Pina Manique, Lisbon, Portugal



Rafael Martinez put the visitors ahead midway through the first half, but own goals from Nermin Zolotic and Joao Nunes helped the Wieslans come back, and substitute Atim Friday confirmed the result with an 87th-minute effort.

As a result, Casa Pia is without a win in their six Premier League away games since the start of the year, with a record of 5 losses and 1 draw since the 2-1 win at Portimonesa on 28 December.

However, Filipa Martinez’s side is now back home and is on a four-match unbeaten run with three wins and a draw since losing 3-1 to Gil Vicente in January.

With 38 points from 26 games, Os Gansos is currently in 8th place in the Premier League table, tied with Wisla in 7th place, and 3 points away from the conference league qualifiers.



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Casa Pia vs Sporting Playing XI



Casa Pia possible starting lineup: Souza; Nunes, Varela, Zolotic; Lelo, Taira, Mukendi, Poloni; Soma, Martins, Clayton



Sporting Lisbon possible starting lineup: Adan; Diomande, Inacio, Reis; Gomes, Goncalves, Ugarte, Santos; Edwards, Rochinha, Trincao




Casa Pia remains without Brazilian forward Leo Natal, who continues his long spell on the sidelines after suffering an ACL injury that ended in November.

Savior Goodwin and 36-year-old defender Vasco Fernandez were suspended after picking up a booking after being booked against Wisla on Saturday.

On the other hand, Sporting Lisbon will be without the attacking duo of Joven Cabral and Foligno, who is currently recovering from a muscle injury.

Former Arsenal and Barcelona defender Hector Bellerin has missed the last five games with a knee problem and will not play this weekend.

Portuguese midfielder Daniel Braganca has also failed to recover after tearing his cruciate ligament in May.



Casa Pia vs Sporting Last Match Result



Casa Pia Primeira Liga form: D L W L W L


Sporting Lisbon Primeira Liga form: W W W W W D


On the other hand, Sporting Lisbon suffered another blow in their quest for automatic Champions League qualification when they were held to a goalless draw away to Gil Vicente on Wednesday.

The Lions were uncharacteristically spineless in their attack in the last minute as they saw a seven-game winning streak come to an end against Daniel Sosa’s men.

Sporting Lisbon was previously on a five-match winning streak in Primera Liga and have found their goal in a 12-match run since their 2-0 loss to Porto in the Takeda Liga final in January.

The 19-time champions of Portugal have now won 17, drawn 3, and lost 6 out of 26 games, collected 54 points, and are in fourth place in the league, 5 points behind Braga in third place.

With the first leg of the Europa League quarter-finals against Juventus looming, Sporting will look to bounce back this weekend for a morale-boosting result.


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