May 24, 2023 4:03 PM
Alex Lawes

Chaves vs Boavista Preview & Prediction | 2022-23 Portuguese Primeira Liga

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When is Chaves vs Boavista on and what time does it start? Chaves vs Boavista will take place on Saturday 27th May, 2023 – 15:30 (UK)

Where can I get tickets for Chaves vs Boavista? Visit each club’s official website for the latest ticket information

What channel is Chaves vs Boavista on in the UK? Some Portuguese Primeira Liga matches are televised on either BT Sport or Viaplay Sports in the UK so it is worth checking their schedules

Where can I Chaves vs Boavista in the UK? If televised on either BT Sport or Viaplay Sports, the match can be streamed on their respective streaming platforms



Following promotion last season, Chaves have enjoyed an impressive 2022/23 Primeira Liga season as they challenge for a top six finish and potential UEFA Europa Conference League qualification.

The hosts’ most recent outing was a 1-0 defeat away to Arouca, last weekend, ending their chances of the aforementioned top six spot. It has still been an impressive campaign, though, as they have already a confirmed a top-half finish this season.

Prior to that frustrating 1-0 loss to Arouca, Chaves had enjoyed an impressive run of form. They went into that match on the back of a six-match unbeaten run of form.


Boavista are one of two clubs outside of ‘Os Tres Grandes’ (The Big Three) to win the Portuguese title and were the most recent in 2000. They have enjoyed a perfectly respectable 2022/23 campaign as they sit firmly in the middle-of-the-table.

The visitors come into this on the back of some inconsistent form which is a good representation of their mid-table position. Their 1-1 draw at home to Braga, last weekend, means their last five matches have consisted of two victories, two defeats and a draw.

In what is quite a low-scoring league on the whole, the Portuguese top-flight, Boavista have been one of the more entertaining sides with 92 goals coming in their 33 matches so far.


These are two sides that will be relatively pleased with their efforts in the 2022/23 Primeira Liga campaign as they head into the final day of the campaign with little to play for. Chaves have chased European qualification but will have to settle for their more than respectable top-half finish, whilst Boavista, as one of the more entertaining sides in the league, can join Chaves in the top nine this weekend. There is little riding on this one and, with the beach beckoning, it might be a relatively fun encounter for the neutral.


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