Tondela vs. Belenenses (Tuesday, 4.00pm)
The visitors leapfrogged their opponents last time out, as they picked up a 1-0 win over Portimonense to move up to eighth spot, but the hosts remain just one point behind in 10th place.
We say: Tondela 0-1 Belenenses
The visitors come into this game in a slightly stronger run of form than their opponents, and we see their rise up the table continuing on Tuesday.
Belenenses have built a strong defence which should be able to nullify the threat of Gonzalez, while they have enough to grab an important goal at the other end.
Santa Clara vs. Rio Ave (Tuesday, 4.00pm)
Miguel Cardoso's side find themselves just one point above the bottom three in the Primeira Liga table having gone nine league games without a victory, while the hosts will be hoping to break a five-game winless run of their own to maintain their seventh spot.
We say: Santa Clara 0-1 Rio Ave
Rio Ave are desperately in search of a much-needed victory to boost their survival bid, and we see them picking that up on Tuesday when they take on a Santa Clara side who lack anything to play for.
Ramos's side have hugely dipped in form in recent weeks, and we see them being outfought at their home ground.
Nacional vs. Benfica (Tuesday, 6.00pm)
With three games of the domestic season left to play, the hosts find themselves six points adrift of automatic safety, while Benfica will look to pile pressure on second-placed Porto, as they aim to snatch the spot and achieve Champions League qualification for the next campaign.
We say: Nacional 0-2 Benfica
Although Nacional will come into this game with plenty of desire for a result to keep their survival hopes alive, we do not think they have enough to get past the 37-time Primeira Liga champions on Tuesday.
We see Benfica extending their strong run of form on the road, as they must ensure they win their last three games to keep their chances of a top-two finish alive.
Sporting Lisbon vs. Boavista (Tuesday, 8.30pm)
With nine points left to play for, Ruben Amorim's side sit eight points clear at the top of the Primeira Liga table, while their visitors are involved in a heated battle for survival at the other end of the Portuguese top flight.
We say: Sporting Lisbon 2-0 Boavista
Boavista will definitely battle hard as they desperately look to avoid the drop, but we see Os Leoes being too strong for Ferreira's men on Tuesday.
The incentive of confirming the title should provide enough encouragement to see Amorim's men over the line, especially considering their impressive defensive form coming into this encounter.