Belenenses vs Sporting Lisbon Live Stream: Watch Primeira Liga Online

Belenenses vs Sporting Lisbon

Belenenses vs Sporting Lisbon will be played today (June 26, 2020, at 2:15 PM EST) and will be televised on GolTV. The match will be played at Cidade do Futebol, Oeiras. All information on how you can watch online will be in this article.

You can watch Belenenses vs Sporting Lisbon Live with the following details:

Date and Time: June 26, 2020, 2:15 PM EST

Venue: Cidade do Futebol, Oeiras

TV: GolTV (US)

Online Stream: FuboTV (US Desktop & Mobile) – (Stream free with a 7-day trial click here!)

Belenenses Team News

Belenenses are currently sitting in 14th position with 30 points, winning this fixture will allow them to move up to 11th place. Belenenses are in average form since the league restart, taking 4 points out of a possible 9. Although their loss against Pacos de Ferreira in their previous game has put them back into the relegation battle, so they will be pushed to win this game. Talking team news, it is likely Silvestre Varela, Andre Santos, and Goncalo Silva will miss this game.

Sporting Lisbon Team News

Sporting Lisbon are currently sitting 3rd position with 49 points, winning this fixture will allow them to have a further 5 point game between Sporting Braga in the 4th position. Sporting have been in good form, taking 7 points out of a possible 9 in their previous three games. Acuna, Luiz Phellype, and Vietto and will be out for the game. French defender Jeremy Mathieu has also announced his retirement after the 36-year-old picked up a severe knee injury in training.

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