On 25.11.2020, Ceara SC and São Paulo will cross swords in the Brazilian Championship A Series. The referee will get the game underway at 23:15. This means that the currently 16th placed team is playing against the 3rd placed team. Current statistics of Ceara Sporting Club Ceara Sporting Club played its last match 2:2 against Atletico MG. The hosts were able to win 6 of their 21 games of the past 6 months in their favour. In front of their home fans, Ceara SC was able to win five games, 4 times the duel ended with a tie and two games were lost. Ceara SC has managed to win 5 out of 11 home games (45.45%) in the current season (2020) so far. Four games ended in a draw and two matches were lost at home. In total, Ceara SC has won 6 out of 21 season games. While it was enough to draw seven matches, eight matches ended without points. Coach Guto Ferreira’s team tends to score during the second 45 minutes of the game. Ceara SC currently scores an average of 1,27 goals per home match and receives 1,00 goals. This results in a total of 2,27 goals per game. Last season, Ceara Sporting Club scored an average of 1,21 goals in their own stadium and conceded 0,74 goals. Home games usually ended 0:1, 1:1 or 2:0 in the previous season. The most often final score in their own stadium last season was 2:2, 2:1 or 2:0. Current statistics of São Paulo Futebol Clube In their last match, São Paulo played 1:1 against Vasco da Gama. This season, the team has been successful 4 out of 9 away games so far (44.44%). In the past 6 months, São Paulo has won ten games, seven matches ended in a draw and seven games were lost. During that period São Paulo won four away games while the team lost two matches at away stadiums and three games ended in a tie. There have been 1,67 away goals scored by Fernando Diniz’ team on average this season. Most of these coming in the second half of the game. When São Paulo plays away, there is an overall average of 3,00 scored goals per match. Previous season’s statistics show São Paulo scoring 0,84 goals per away match, while they conceded 0,95 goals. As the away team last season, the side’s game most often ended 2:1, 1:1 or 0:1. São Paulo’s most likely played away 1:1, 3:2 or 4:1 in the running season.