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  • Venue: Est·dio da Luz
  • City: Lisbon
  • Match date: 2/3/2012
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Match Preview & Form guide

Primeira Liga contenders Benfica welcome their great rivals, league leaders FC Porto to Est·dio da Luz on Friday. FC Porto should be very confident of beating Benfica based on recent performances. But anything could happen in a huge derby like this as both sides try to beat their historic rivals. The home team have been in excellent form having won three of their last five games and sit in 5th place in the Primeira Liga in the Europa League positions, while the away team have been in top form lately, having only dropped two points from a possible fifteen and lie top of the table and will hope to stretch their lead at the top with a win here.

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