LIVE COMMENTARY: Taça de Portugal final

Tune in from 17:00 BST for live commentary of the Portuguese cup final. Behind the microphone is football journalist, translator and commentator Patrick Kendrick, formerly of BTV. Please note that this is an audio feed of a TV commentary for To stream the match live in HD, click here.

Squad List: Benfica x Vitória de Guimarães

With the exception of Jardel, who is still recovering from a left knee sprain, Benfica have a clean bill of health ahead of the Portuguese cup final. Andreas Samaris is available after his four-match suspension was appealed by the club, delaying its onset until next season.

Sunday's game at the Estádio do Jamor gets underway at 17:15 local time, and will be officiated by Hugo Miguel.

You can stream the game live via, or listen to audio commentary here on Planet Benfica.

Goalkeepers: Júlio César and Ederson

Defenders: Lisandro, Luisão, André Almeida, Nélson Semedo, Lindelöf, Grimaldo and Eliseu

Midfielders: Filipe Augusto, Carrillo, Samaris, Fejsa, Salvio, Pizzi, Cervi, André Horta, Rafa Silva and Živković

Forwards: Jonas, Mitroglou and Raúl

Cup Final Preview: Benfica x Vitória de Guimarães

Benfica Taça 2014

A win for Benfica on Sunday would secure their eleventh domestic double, and would represent their third piece of silverware this season after the Supertaça and Primeira Liga. The Eagles are gunning for their 26th Taça de Portugal crown (in its modern format). Benfica last reached the Portuguese cup final in 2013/14, when they overcame Rio Ave thanks to a solitary goal from Nico Gaitán.

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Benfica Guimarães

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Highlights: Boavista 2 - 2 Benfica

Squad List: Boavista x Benfica

Rui Vitória has selected 22 players for the final league fixture of the 2016/17 season. Paulo Lopes, Marcelo Hermes, Pedro Pereira and Branimir Kalaica have been included, and will all feature at some point in order to earn a championship medal.

Jardel will be out of action for around 6 weeks with a left knee injury, and is replaced by Lisandro López. Nélson Semedo, Álex Grimaldo, Ljubomir Fejsa and André Carrillo have all been rested, while André Horta comes back into contention.

Saturday's match at the Estádio do Bessa begins at 20:30 local time.

Goalkeepers: Ederson, Júlio César and Paulo Lopes

Defenders: Lisandro, Luisão, Lindelöf, Eliseu, Pedro Pereira, Hermes, Kalaica and André Almeida

Midfielders: Filipe Augusto, Samaris, André Horta, Živković, Salvio, Pizzi, Cervi and Rafa Silva

Forwards: Raúl, Jonas and Mitroglou

Benfica seal "Tetracampeanato": Player and staff reactions

Benfica sealed their fourth consecutive league title with a 5-0 thrashing of Vitória de Guimarães at the Estádio da Luz on Saturday evening. The result prompted joyous celebrations inside the stadium, and amongst Benfiquistas all around the world. After the final whistle, the Benfica players and staff shared their emotions with BTV.

Highlights: Benfica 5 - 0 Vitória de Guimarães

Squad List: Benfica x Vitória de Guimarães

A win against Vitória de Guimarães on Saturday would see Benfica clinch a fourth consecutive Primeira Liga title. Rui Vitória has named an unchanged squad, with nobody currently in the treatment room. Once again, André Horta and Lisandro López have not been selected.

Pedro Martins' side will be no pushovers as the Eagles look to make history; they are on a seven match win streak, are unbeaten in eleven league games, and have the second best away record in the Liga NOS.

Saturday's game at a sold-out Estádio da Luz kicks off at 18:15 local time.

Goalkeepers: Ederson and Júlio César

Defenders: Luisão, Jardel, André Almeida, Nélson Semedo, Lindelöf, Grimaldo and Eliseu

Midfielders: Carrillo, Samaris, Fejsa, Salvio, Živković, Pizzi, Cervi, Filipe Augusto and Rafa Silva

Forwards: Jonas, Raúl and Mitroglou

Raúl proud of Rio Ave heroics

Benfica are just two points away from lifting their fourth consecutive Primeira Liga trophy, following a nervy 1-0 win over Rio Ave on Sunday night. The Eagles were given a tough test by their Europa League-chasing opponents, with the game’s only goal arriving in the 75th minute, courtesy of Raúl Jiménez. The visiting fans were made to sweat until the final whistle, with FC Porto loanee Gonçalo Paciência striking the post for Rio Ave in the dying minutes.

Speaking after the match, head coach Rui Vitória dedicated the victory to his players and the travelling supporters.