Guimaraes vs. Santa Clara (Saturday, 3.30pm)
The hosts will be looking to end a run of five consecutive league defeats, while a 5-1 victory last time out has lifted Santa Clara to seventh spot, level on points with Saturday's opponents.
We say: Vitoria de Guimaraes 1-3 Santa Clara
The two sides come into this game in opposite runs of form, and we see Santa Clara sealing another victory following their dominant win last time out.
Despite Vitoria's quality, they have struggled to click in recent weeks, and look to be limping towards a poor end to the campaign.
Moreirense vs. Tondela (Saturday, 3.30pm)
The away side have the worst record on the road this term, having picked up just five points from their 13 games as a visiting team.
We say: Moreirense 2-1 Tondela
While the hosts have not necessarily been impressive at home this term, the visitors have been dismal on their travels, and we expect that trend to continue in this one with a narrow victory for the home side.
Benfica vs. Gil Vicente (Saturday, 6.00pm)
As Aguias have moved back up third in the Primeira Liga table thanks to their strong league run, while the visitors have moved up to 10th spot courtesy of an upturn in form.
We say: Benfica 3-0 Gil Vicente
Benfica have managed to hit their best run of form this season in the last month, and we do not see Gil Vicente stopping them on Saturday.
As Aguias have looked formidable defensively and will look to see out another clean sheet, while their potent attacking line should have more than enough to fire them to another dominant win.
Belenenses vs. Maritimo (Saturday, 6.00pm)
Maritimo lifted themselves off the foot of the table with a crucial 1-0 win over Farense last time out, while Saturday's hosts sit just two places and three points ahead in 14th spot.
We say: Belenenses 1-1 Maritimo
With a solid defensive outfit hosting a revitalised side under a new manager, this game could definitely go either way.
On this occasion, we predict a draw as both sides will be extremely fearful of a defeat which could see them fall further towards the threat of relegation
Rio Ave vs. Braga (Saturday, 8.30pm)
Meanwhile, the hosts are just four points ahead of the relegation zone, and they will be looking to put some daylight between themselves and the bottom three.
We say: Rio Ave 1-3 Braga
Only the current top two teams have picked up more away victories than Braga this term, highlighting their impressive record on the road. We are backing the visitors to keep that good away form up with all three points in this one.