• January 25, 2020

PORTUGAL Primeira Liga football predictions and soccer tips


Here are all the Premira Liga football predictions for today, tomorrow and weekend from our tipsters and experts. All league soccer tips include betting tips from various markets which include 1X2, Over/Under, Both teams to Score, Home and Away and many more. All Premira Liga soccer tips include Country, League, Time of match, predictions and tipster performance. Founded in 1934 as an experimental league called Campeonato da Liga da Primeira Divisão, it was officialised in 1938 and named Campeonato Nacional da Primeira Divisão until 1999, when it was called Primeira Liga. A total of 70 teams have competed in the Primeira Liga, but only five have been crowned champions.

Country League Time Games Outcome
 Portugal Primeira Liga Jan 26 5:30PM Ferreira vs Benfica 2
 Portugal Primeira Liga Jan 26 5:30PM Ferreira vs Benfica Away Win Either Half (Yes)

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 Australia W-League Jan 25 8:30AM Adelaide W vs WS Wanderers W 2/2
 Australia W-League Jan 25 8:30AM Adelaide W vs WS Wanderers W 2
 World Club Friendly Jan 25 10:00AM Tychy (Pol) vs Opava (Cze) Over 1.5
 World Club Friendly Jan 25 10:00AM Tobol (Kaz) vs Zilina (Svk) Over 1.5
 World Club Friendly Jan 25 10:00AM Unicov (Cze) vs Slovacko (Cze) Over 1.5
 Iceland Fotbolti.net Cup Jan 25 10:45AM Hafnarfjordur vs Breidablik Over 2.5
 World Club Friendly Jan 25 10:45AM Frederikssund (Den) vs BK Frem (Den) Over 1.5
 World Club Friendly Jan 25 11:00AM Naestved (Den) vs Vanlose (Den) 1orOver 2.5
 World Club Friendly Jan 25 11:00AM Eintracht Northeim (Ger) vs Gottingen 05 (Ger) Over 1.5
 World Club Friendly Jan 25 11:00AM Werder Bremen II (Ger) vs Uphusen (Ger) 1orOver 2.5


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The Primeira Liga is the highest professional association football division of the Portuguese football league system. It is organised and supervised by the Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional. As of the 2014–15 season, the Primeira Liga is contested by 18 teams, with the two lowest placed teams relegated to the Segunda Liga and replaced by the top-two non-reserve teams from this division. The Primera Liga is recognised as one of the highest scoring league in the world.

From the 2014–15 season on, there are 18 clubs in the Primeira Liga, up from 16 in the previous seasons. During the course of a season, each club plays all teams twice – once at their home stadium and once at their opponent's – for a total of 34 games. At the end of each season, the two lowest placed teams are relegated to the Segunda Liga and the top two teams from Segunda Liga are promoted to the Primeira Liga.

Since the beginning of the league, there are three clubs with an attendance much higher than the others: Benfica, Porto and Sporting CP. They have also the biggest stadiums in Portugal, with more than 50,000 seats. Other clubs, such as Vitória de Guimarães and Braga, also have good attendances.

In 1972–73, Benfica became the first team to win the Portuguese league without defeat, with 58 points in 30 games (28 wins and 2 draws), the most ever obtained (96.7% of points available) where victory was awarded 2 points. In this season, Benfica set the Portuguese league and European leagues record for most consecutive victories (23) – 29 wins overall, between 1971–72 and 1972–73. Benfica also set the league record for greatest margin of victory in points over the second-placed team (18 points) in a 2 points per win championship.

The top teams in Primeira Liga qualify for the UEFA Champions League with the first placed team directly entering the group stage and the second placed team entering the playoffs for the group stage of UEFA Champions League. Teams placed third and fourth play in the UEFA Europa League, along with the Taça de Portugal cup winners (unless they already qualify for the UEFA Champions League through league placing). In this case, the berth is given to the sixth placed team.