Gil Vicente and Vizela are fighting at the Estádio Barcelos, Barcelos, in a game to count for the 23rd round of the Portuguese second division.
The history of clashes between the two emblems favors, slightly, the set of Gil Vicente: in the last 7 games played, the home side won 2 wins, 4 draws and only 1 loss.
Analysis of Gil Vicente
The set led by Álvaro Magalhães arrives at this game with a draw to a ball in the field of Varzim, registering in this way the second consecutive game without proving the flavor of the defeat: Paulinho scored the only goal of the team. At the moment Gil Vicente is in 15th place in the Portuguese second division with 25 points.
Gil Vicente scored on average 0.8 goals and conceded an average of 0.4 goals per game, thus demonstrating a high profile in the defensive sector. It should be noted that 70% of the games played in this stadium ended with less than two goals on the scoreboard.
In the 10 games played inside the doors, the home team opened the scoring on 5 occasions, and in all these matches was winning in the late 90 ‘. It should be noted that the best period of Gil Vicente at home is between 16 ‘and 30’, when he scored 3 goals and did not suffer any attempt.
Analysis of Vizela
The formation of Vizela departs for this game with a draw to a ball at home against Académico de Viseu, adding to this way the fourth game followed without winning the championship: the only goal of the team was signed by Tiago Ronaldo. At this moment the visiting class is in 13th place with 27 points won.
In terms of goals away from home, Rui Quinta’s team scored an average of 0.82 goals and conceded the same goal average per game, showing a poor offensive performance. It is important to note that 73% of the away games finished with less than two goals on the scoreboard.
The worst period of the visiting team to play in the enemy’s field is between 76 ‘and 90’, when they conceded 4 goals and scored only one goal. Note that Vizela opened the scoring in 6 games, however, in 3 of these games managed to hold the advantage until the end of the 90 ‘.