Sporting vs Maritimo Live Stream & Tips: Watch Liga Portugal Online

Sporting vs Maritimo Live Stream

Sporting look to continue their dominant home form in the league when they face struggling Maritimo on Friday and the game is available for live streaming via desktop and mobile with live commentary.

Sporting vs Maritimo Live Stream

The Sporting vs Maritimo Liga Portugal live stream is available from your desktop or mobile device. Read on below for additional information on this game, including team news, stats, tips and predictions.


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Sporting vs Maritimo Match Details

🇵🇹 Competition: Liga Portugal
📆 Date: Friday September 24 (Saturday September 25 AEST)
Time: 4.00am AEST
🏟 Stadium: Estadio Jose Alvalade (Lisbon)


Head to Head – Last 5 Direct Matches

  • 20/5/21: Sporting 5-1 Maritimo
  • 6/2/21: Maritimo 0-2 Sporting
  • 12/1/21: Maritimo 2-0 Sporting
  • 28/1/20: Sporting 1-0 Maritimo
  • 12/8/19: Maritimo 1-1 Sporting

Sporting vs Maritimo Tips & Predictions

Sporting will be aiming to keep pace with Benfica at the top of the ladder when they play host to lowly Maritimo on Friday night in Lisbon.

The defending Liga Portugal champions have started the season in solid fashion with four wins and two draws from their opening six league matches.

However, Sporting haven’t been their usually dominant selves over the last month or so – they drew their last two league games 1-1 against Famalicao and FC Porto before suffering a thumping 5-1 loss in the Champions League to Ajax.

Sporting did bounce back from that loss to scrape to a 1-0 away win over newly-promoted Estoril last week, with Pedro Porro’s penalty in the second half proving the difference.

Sporting still have a sensational home record in the league – they’re unbeaten on their own turf in the last 20 months, winning 23 of 29 games during that period.

Maritimo most likely won’t be able to offer much going forward in this clash, with the team preferring to sit back and wait for their rare chances on the counter against the elite sides.

Maritimo have managed to upset Sporting and earn one draw in their last five meetings, but there isn’t much to suggest they will be able to do any damage on Friday night.

With just one win in their last eight games in all competitions, Maritimo are struggling and will do well to get on the scoresheet here.

Sporting have won the last eight meetings between the teams on their home turf – and with four of the last five coming to nil, we’ll back them to produce a shut-out in this clash.


Sporting vs Maritimo Stats

  • Sporting are unbeaten over the last 20 months at home in the league
  • Sporting have won 23 of 29 such matches during that period
  • Sporting have won their last eight home meetings with Maritimo
  • Sporting have won four of their last five home league meetings with Maritimo to nil
  • Maritimo have won just one of their last eight games in all competitions
  • Sporting have won four of their six league games this season
  • Pedro Goncalves has scored five goals in his last two games vs Maritimo – but will miss this clash with a knee injury

Sporting vs Maritimo Team News

Pedro Goncalves is a huge out for Sporting – he has struck three goals this season and fired home five in his last two games vs Maritimo. Goncalo Inccio is also out injured for Sporting.

Stefano Beltrame is still sidelined for Maritimo after fracturing his collarbone in the last meeting between the sides, while Joel Tagueu remains in the casualty ward.


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