Sporting Lisbon vs. Maritimo (Friday, 7.00pm)
The hosts, meanwhile, returned to winning ways last Sunday when they faced newly-promoted Estoril Praia and will look to keep the juggernaut rolling.
We say: Sporting Lisbon 2-0 Maritimo
Maritimo have struggled to get going this season, picking up just one win from their opening six games and they go up against a Sporting Lisbon side, who currently find themselves in the higher echelons of the role after a solid start to their title defence. Given the gulf in quality between the two sides, we predict Sporting Lisbon will claim all three points and extend their winning streak in this fixture to three.
Gil Vicente vs. Porto (Friday, 9.15pm)
The hosts, who are currently in the top half of the table, head into the game without a win in any of their last four outings and will be looking to end this poor run of results.
We say: Gil Vicente 0-3 Porto
Gil Vicente have suffered a decline in recent weeks and now risk dropping from the top half of the league table. Porto, meanwhile, returned to winning ways emphatically last time out and will head into this game full on confidence. Looking at past results between the sides, we anticipate Porto will continue their dominance in this fixture and come away with all three points unscathed.