Another decisive League Cup game. In this match between Chaves and Porto, both teams can pass the final four, so both need a victory. Porto have had good results and good performances and Chaves have had bad results and played badly and so coach José Mota was fired. I don’t believe that because Chaves has a new coach, he can have an immediate and positive impact on the team performance, especially because he had a few days of training and a few days to prepare the game strategy.
This game marks the debut of the new coach, César Peixota who was in the Académica. He is a coach who likes their teams to have possession and, despite being fired from Académica, I think he has done a great job and he is a good coach for Chaves to get around and get back on track. As it will be the first game, I don’t expect many changes to Chaves’ style of play nor many changes in the initial 11. Possible eleven: Ricardo, Jose Gomes, Diego Galo, Medina, Jean Filipe, Gamboa, Jefferson, Guzzo, Wagner, Fatai, and André Luís.
Porto won their last home game against Santa Clara 1-0 and made it to the next round of the Portuguese Cup. I consider Porto to be much superior both collectively and individually and is quite a favorite to win this game. They are teams at very different times and results, and Porto can be expected to enjoy their good moment and Chaves’ least good moment to win this match with some ease. Porto will believe they will win this game because they aim to reach the final four and win the League Cup. Possible eleven: Diogo Costa, Manafá, Marcano, Pepe, Alex Telles, Danilo, Uribe, Luis Diaz, Nakajima, Corona, and Marega.
Although Chaves play at home and need the victory to move to the final four, I believe Porto will not facilitate and will win with some ease. To enjoy the best odds and highest limits on this game, you have to open an account with the best betting software, VIP-IBC by BET-IBC so as to win big.