Farense vs. Braga (Monday, 6.45pm)
A win before the international break lifted the hosts out of the bottom three, while Braga dropped out of the top three after a loss to Benfica.
We say: SC Farense 1-2 Braga
Despite two concerning results, and a squad hit by injuries, we would still expect Carvalhal's men to get over the line on Monday thanks to their superior quality.
While we do not see them easing past a Farense side who will be battling hard for a result, Os Arcebispos should still come away with three crucial points.
Benfica vs. Maritimo (Monday, 7.00pm)
The hosts will be looking to keep themselves in the top three of the Portuguese top flight, while Maritimo have recently dropped into the automatic relegation zone, but they remain just one point adrift of automatic safety with everything still to play for.
We say: Benfica 3-0 Maritimo
Given their strong run of form, we do not see As Aguias slipping up in this game and are predicting a comfortable win for Jorge Jesus's men.
The loss of Pinho should get rid of Maritimo's already slim chances of breaking down Benfica's solid back line, while the collection of attacking talent available to Jesus should have more than enough to dominate Maritimo's defence.
Moreirense vs. Sporting Lisbon (Monday, 9.00pm)
The side from the capital currently sit seven points clear of second-placed Porto, with a game in hand on Os Dragoes and 10 games left to play, while a poor run of form has seen the hosts drop to eighth spot after a promising first half of the season.
We say: Moreirense 0-2 Sporting Lisbon
The visitors do not look like slipping up on their way to the title, and we see them simply being too strong for Moreirense on Monday.
Their strong mix of attacking and defensive quality should see them cruise past a Moreirense side in poor form, as they take one step closer to lifting the trophy.