BENFICA take on Porto in the Portugal Cup Final TONIGHT!
Porto have wrapped up the league title but can they do the double? And there is a way you can see all of the action at no cost.
What time is Benfica vs Porto?
- Benfica vs Porto kicks off at 8.45pm BST.
- The match will be played at the Estadio Cidade de Coimbra, albeit behind closed doors.
- The final was originally scheduled to take place on 24 May 2020 at the Estadio Nacional in Oeira
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What TV channel and live stream is Benfica vs Porto on?
- Benfica vs Porto will be shown live for FREE in the UK on FreeSports.
- FreeSports is available on most major television platforms, including Freeview, FreeSat, Sky, BT and TalkTalk.
- FreeSports is on Freeview, TalkTalk and BT on channel 95.
- On Sky on 424, on Virgin Media 553 and FreeSat on 252.
- In addition, Bet365 are streaming this match live for account holders.
What was the route to the final?
Way back in February, Benfica defeated FC. Famalicao 4-2 on aggregate.
While Porto defeated Academico de Viseu 4-1 over two legs.
Will Cavani play for Benfica next season?
Leeds have been boosted in the race for Edinson Cavani’s signature after Benfica pulled the plug on any deal.
Reports circulated that the Portuguese side were the frontrunners to land the Uruguayan after his contract at Paris Saint-Germain expired.
Cavani, 33, was believed to have penned a two-year deal at Benfica with an official announcement “imminent.”
But it appears a deal has completely collapsed after the club released an official statement on their website.
It read: “Benfica deny various false reports from various press organisations about the club’s interest in players without foundation.
“One story that stands out is the club’s president, Luis Felipe Vieria, supposedly being involved in negotiations with Edison Cavani.
“This story is completely false.”
This could prick up the ears of Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani who wants to land a big-name signing to celebrate the club’s return to the Premier League after 16 years.