Compare Botafogo’s last 10 games with its opponents in the race for the title

Calculator in hand and anticipation high. Thus, the Botaguenses face, from now on, the sequence of the last 10 games to the end of the Brazilian Championship. Leader with 59 points, Lúcio Flávio’s team takes the field this Sunday, against Cuiabá, at 20 pm, and opens the series that will have three duels against teams from the G-6 and two from the Z-4.

In the lead, Botafogo prepares for a sequence of games in Rio

Alvinegro is getting closer and closer to winning its third Brazilian championship. The last time they lifted the trophy was in 1995, 28 years ago. Now, he sees himself close to beyond letting out the shout of the champion, and this has a great chance of happening before the end of the Brasileirão.

That’s because Botafogo has seven points left over for Bragantino, with whom it also has a direct duel in two weeks, for the 34th round. But until then, there will be four games in Rio de Janeiro – three of them under the command of Glorioso. In total, there are five under their dominance until the 38th round.

Tiquinho Soares celebrates another goal for Botafogo — Photo: Marcelo de Jesus

Tiquinho Soares celebrates another goal for Botafogo — Photo: Marcelo de Jesus

See Botafogo’s path to the end of the Brasileirão and the opponents in the fight for the top:


Cuiabá (H), Palmeiras (H), Vasco (A), Grêmio (H), Bragantino (F), Santos (H), Fortaleza (F), Coritiba (F), Cruzeiro (H) and Internacional (A).

Goiás (A), Corinthians (H), São Paulo (A), Botafogo (H), Internacional (A), Flamengo (A), Fortaleza (H), Coritiba (C) and Vasco (A).

Bahia (H), Botafogo (A), Athletico-PR (H), Flamengo (A), Internacional (H), Fortaleza (A), América-MG (H), Fluminense (H) and Cruzeiro (A).

Santos (H), Fortaleza (A), Palmeiras (H), Fluminense (H), América-MG (F), Bragantino (H), Atlético-MG (H), Cuiabá (H) and São Paulo (F).

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