Bet of the day: Sporting Lisbon to sink four or more goals past lower league Famalicao
Lee Gormley | October 13, 2016
Coral’s bet of the day
- Sporting Lisbon sit third in the Portuguese Primeira Liga
- Their opponents Famalicao are struggling in the second division
- Lisbon have struck three or more goals in two of their last three games
- The visitors have lost just one of their previous 16 league matches
- Famalicao have won only one of their last four outings
Sporting Lisbon to score four or more goals
Coral’s latest bet of the day features Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon, as Jorge Jesus’ men come up against lower league opposition in Famalicao for their latest cup clash.
The Lions will be aiming to roar to a comfortable victory on their travels to the Vila Nova de Famalicao and, after some impressive attacking form of late, they enter proceedings at 16/5 to fire four or more strikes past their opponents.
Travelling from the capital, Sporting are on a strong run of form and should have no problems in dealing with a side that is currently stuttering in the country’s second division. So read on to find out why you should back Sporting Lisbon to score four or more goals tonight…
Lions to roar to travelling success
In this Portuguese Cup encounter, the visitors will take to the pitch as overwhelming odds-on 1/5 favourites for a travelling win. Though their price for dispatching four or more is well worth backing as our latest bet of the day!
Jesus’ side have managed to net three or more in two of their last three outings in all competitions and presently sit third in the Portuguese Primeira Liga. Currently, only fellow national titans Benfica, who lie at the summit, and Porto are above them at this early stage of the campaign.
In stark contrast, their cup opponents Famalicao are stuttering towards the bottom of the LigaPro standings, having won only one of their last four outings. Meanwhile, Sporting have impressively lost just one of their previous 16 league matches.
So, with this massive mismatch taking place later tonight, make sure to back Sporting Lisbon to score four or more goals in what should be a simple Portuguese Cup outing for Jesus’ Lions!