Belenenses vs. Boavista (Sunday, 3.00pm)
Boavista currently sit in the relegation playoff place, level on points with the bottom two, while Belenenses have lifted themselves up the table thanks to an upturn in form, but remain just five points ahead of their opponents.
We say: Belenenses 1-0 Boavista
Belenenses have built their season on a solid defensive record, and if they can find a way past the Boavista defence, we can see them grinding out a win in their usual manner on Sunday.
While Ferreira's side will be desperate for a victory to move them out of the bottom three, they could struggle to break down one of the league's best back lines, especially considering the recent improvement of Pepa's men.
Guimaraes vs. Tondela (Sunday, 5.30pm)
After a poor run of form of their own, Tondela have dropped to 12th spot in the Primeira Liga table, with just a four-point gap between themselves and the bottom three, while the hosts sit in sixth spot despite their recent dip.
We say: Vitoria de Guimaraes 2-1 Tondela
While Vitoria de Guimaraes have been far from their best recently, we still expect them to come good at some point, thanks to their strong mix of attacking and defensive players.
Henriques's side should have just enough to get past a Tondela side who have struggled to see out results recently, and look to be falling worryingly close to the relegation places.
Famalicao vs. Pacos de Ferreira (Sunday, 8.00pm)
The hosts have climbed up to 14th spot thanks to an upturn in form prior to the international break, while Pacos de Ferreira will be hoping to further strengthen their spot in the top five with a second consecutive league win.
We say: Famalicao 1-2 Pacos de Ferreira
This could turn out to be a very tough game to predict considering Famalicao's upturn in form, but we would expect the visitors to secure a narrow victory thanks to their slightly superior quality across the board.
Vieira's side have definitely shown major improvements since his appointment, but we would not be surprised if they fell just short on Sunday, while still giving a good account of themselves.