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  • Belenenses are unbeaten in their last six league games.
  • Belenenses have secured one win and two draws from their last three matches against Pacos Ferreira.
  • Pacos Ferreira have dropped points in nine of their 13 home games this season.
  • Belenenses have avoid defeat in seven of their 13 away games this season.

Belenenses have picked up where they left off in March

Pacos Ferreria went down 1-0 at Sporting on Friday night and remain third from bottom in the Primeira Liga table, while Belenenses moved on 30pts for the season after they drew 1-1 at home with Vitoria Guimaraes.

Belenenses beat Pacos Ferreira 1-0 when the pair locked horns in November and haven’t lost against Wednesday’s hosts in the pairs’ last three encounters. The visitors head into this match as the form favourites having won three and drawn three of their last six matches, while Pacos Ferreira have been more hit and miss with three wins and three defeats during that same period.

Pacos Ferreira hover 5pts above the relegation zone

The hosts are now just 5pts clear of the drop zone heading into Wednesday’s match, while Belenenses are 10pts clear in 13th place. The visitors are unbeaten in their last six league games and have picked up two wins and a draw from their last three matches on the road, making our prediction of a double chance bet on the visitors seems the most obvious choice this Wednesday.

We’re not expecting many goal from this game as each of Belenenses’ last five matches have produced under 2.5 goals, with the visitors keeping clean sheets in four of those matches. Five of the duo’s last six league meetings have produced under 2.5 goals and three of those encounters have ended in a win-to-nil. In terms of a final score prediction, we’re backing Belenenses to claim a narrow 1-0 win on Wednesday as the visitors appear to have the bit between their teeth right now.

A tight and tense 90 minutes expected at the Estádio da Capital do Móvel

Pacos Ferreira have already dropped points in nine of their 13 home games this season while Belenenses have picked up points in seven of their 13 away trips. However, with the visitors only winning four times on the road, it’s difficult to justify an outright win for Belenenses so instead, we have gone with a double chance bet.

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