Portimonense vs. Gil Vicente (Sunday, 3.30pm)
Both sides finished in the bottom half of the table last season, and Portimonense only finished one point above the relegation playoff spot, so they will be aiming for improvement this year.
We say: Portimonense 1-2 Gil Vicente
Both sides may have picked up three points on the opening day but Gil Vicente's performance and result was more dominant than Portimonense, who only registered one shot on target.
Portimonense's victory last week demonstrates the side's efficiency, but the away side on Sunday are expected to take advantage of having more possession against Portimonense.
Famalicao vs. Porto (Sunday, 6.00pm)
The Portuguese giants come up against a side which has had two successful seasons back in the top flight, with Famalicao finishing sixth and ninth in the previous couple of campaigns.
We say: Famalicao 0-2 Porto
Porto will understand the importance of taking maximum points from as many games as possible as a chase for the league title is likely to be heavily influenced by the team that can go the whole season only losing one or two games.
Famalicao finished ninth last season and have already lost a game this season, meaning that Porto are strong favourites for this game and the experience and quality of their players should seal victory on Sunday.
Santa Clara vs. Moreirense (Sunday, 8.30pm)
This is the second meeting between the sides in the space of a month following a 3-0 victory for Santa Clara when they faced off in a pre-season friendly on July 14.
We say: Santa Clara 2-1 Moreirense
Despite their opening-day defeat, Santa Clara head into Sunday's game as the more in-form side, having already picked up several wins in their Conference League and League Cup qualifiers. We are tipping them to come out victorious as they take on an out-of-sorts Moreirense side.