The European champions continue their World Cup preparations with another game in Switzerland, this time facing a Netherlands side who are one of a number of notable absentees from this summer's tournament.
Portugal are favourites for the win on Monday evening, with dabblebet pricing them at 6/5 (2.20).
The Netherlands, meanwhile, will be aiming to bounce back from their 1-0 defeat to England in what was Ronald Koeman's first game in charge.
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Ronaldo played the full 90 minutes against Egypt and while he should start once more, the 33-year-old is unlikely to play the whole game.
Ricardo Quaresma provided two assists after coming off the bench on Friday and is likely to start, while Fabio Coentrao and Ruben Dias have had to withdraw from the squad.
For the Netherlands, Barcelona goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen could get a start with Koeman likely to experiment.
Defensive encounter likely
Jesse Lingard's strike on Friday night for England ended a run of three games without conceding for the Dutch, but that was still only the third goal they have conceded in their last seven.
Portugal have kept clean sheets in four of their last six matches and the statistics point to a low-scoring game in Geneva on Monday evening.
Preview and predictions
This selection has paid out in seven of the Netherlands' last nine matches in all competitions, whilst also proving a winning bet in seven of Portugal's last eleven games.
The Dutch are in transition and are looking to add some defensive solidity which was badly missing during qualifying, while Portugal are defensive team in nature even if they possess some excellent attacking players.