Before the break, Aves suffered back to back defeats to Estoril and Tondela. They are also yet to win at home under Lito Vidigal. They will have had more time to prepare than their opponents, though - they haven't played in over 15 days.
Moreirense arrive here after facing Vitória SC in the League Cup. Sergio Vieira's men are in their best run of form of the season - with 5 points in the last five league games, as many as their gathered in the previous nine.
Boavista have collected seven points from their last four games. Jorge Simão's side are making up for their lack of a pure striker with a more fluid front three and lots of set-piece goals. They have been solid at home this season, where they are yet to draw and have only been defeated by clubs from the top 6.
Braga have eight league wins in the last ten but have dropped points more often than not away from home - keeping only two clean sheets in the process. They also go from 2.6 to 1.1 goals per game on the road.
Boavista have given the big teams trouble at home but have been ultimately beaten, which will happen again here.