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Who wins the Portuguese liga 2019/2020?

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Who will win the 2019-20 Portuguese Primera Liga?

The Portuguese Primera Liga has been known for creating some of the best talents in the world. Players such as Cristiano Ronaldo, James Rodrigues, Ederson and Falcao have all come from the Primera Liga and they’re continuing to create world class talents to this day. Benfica won the 2018-19 Portuguese Primera Liga after a dominant season saw them finish on 87 points in first place and making an appearance in the quarterfinals of the Europa League. Therefore they achieved qualification to the Champions League group stage for the 2019-20 season.

They’ll be hoping they can convince Primera Liga top goal scorer Haris Seferovic who found the back of the net 23 times last season to stay at the club alongside top assister Pizzi who finished the season on 19 assists. If they can manage to keep hold of both of these players, then they could have a successful season in both the Primera Liga and the Champions League in the 2019-20 campaign under manager Bruno Lage.

FC Porto also had a good season last year, after reaching the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals, winning the Portuguese Super Cup and reaching the final of both Portuguese Cups. The only competition they underachieved in was the league finishing second to Benfica by a mere 2 points. Although missing out on the title, FC Porto’s second-place finish meant that they qualified for the Champions League third qualifying round and will hope to be able to push for the title next season under manager Sergio Conceicao.

Sporting CP had a disappointing season finishing a long way behind the winners Benfica as they finished third on 74 points. Although the club won both the Taca de Portugal and the Taca da Liga (beating FC Porto in both finals) they’ll hope to do better in the league next season. They also had an appearance in the Europa League round of 32 losing to Villarreal 2-1 on aggregate. Dutch manager Marcel Keizer will be desperate to keep hold of captain Bruno Fernandes, but with £100m links to top European clubs, it’s looking unlikely.

Other teams that could upset the odds and possibly push for the title are outsiders such as S.C. Braga, Vitoria S.C, Moreirense FC and Rio Ave FC who have a new boss in Carlos Carvahal who has enjoyed successful spells in England and Wales. If these teams are to compete, however, they’ll need to recruit well this summer which looks unlikely.


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