Title-chasing Braga travel to Belenenses this weekend off the back of a stunning run of form and will feel confident of taking home all three points again as they look to keep the pressure on Primeira Liga leaders Sporting CP.
Belenenses, meanwhile, have will hope to avoid defeat once again as they host a difficult opponent following their recent string of draws.
Belenenses sit 13th in the league standings and are just one point above the relegation zone with eight games played so far.
Remarkably, though, they have only lost twice in the league this season - the same number of defeats as Braga, who are second.
However, their low league position and points tally owes to their propensity to draw games, having earned a solitary point on five occasions already this term.
Belenenses have the joint-best defence in the division, shipping just five goals and keeping five clean sheets, but have only scored three goals in the process - the worst in the league.
In fact, Belenenses have played out four goalless draws already this term, and will likely be hoping for a similar result again when they host Braga.
Braga, however, will certainly not be content with a point as they look to boost their title credentials.
Carlos Carvalhal's side have won six league games on the bounce and will expect to earn maximum points from their inferior opponents, regardless of their defensive prowess.
Braga actually lost their first two games of the season, but have roared back in style and are fast compensating for their slow start.
Belenenses Primeira Liga form: DDLDDD
Belenenses form (all competitions): DLDDWD
Braga Primeira Liga form: WWWWWW
Braga form (all competitions): LWWDWW
Belenenses boss Nuno Oliveira has two absentees ahead of Braga's visit on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Braga head coach Carvalhal has a very similar injury list to contend with.
Belenenses possible starting lineup:
Kritsyuk; Phete, Henrique, Ribeiro; Esgaio, Edgar, Caue, Lima; S. Varela, Cardoso, Sousa
Braga possible starting lineup:
Matheus; Tormena, Viana, Sequeira; Esgaio, Elmusrati, Castro, Galeno; Medeiros, Paulinho, Horta
We say: Belenenses 0-1 Braga
Expect a low-scoring game as Belenenses do their utmost to keep Braga out, but Carvalhal's title-challengers should have enough quality to eke out a victory away from home.