Fri. Sep 22nd, 2023

In the fantasy game Cartola FC, goal difference plays an essential role in increasing your score at the end of the round. Each goalkeeper, defenders and full-backs earn five points if their team doesn’t concede goals – and lose if they concede goals. In the case of the archer, in addition to losing the SG (as goal difference is abbreviated by cartoleiros), he loses another two points for each ball in the net conceded.

Knowing the importance of the SG to “mit” in Cartola, Futebol na Veia brings to the cartoleiro tips on teams that can guarantee their goal difference in this round of the Brazilian Championship.

Tips from the best teams to maintain goal difference in the 24th round of the Brasileirão


For the last game of this round, Galo will host Cuiabá at Arena MRV, a place where they have not yet conceded goals in two matches. Added to the period at Mineirão, Felipão’s team was leaked only three times in five exhibitions.

Galo’s defensive system should have Everton as goalkeeper, Bruno Fuchs – this, the cheapest option, costing just 5.31 cards – and Mauricio Lemos (or Jemerson) as defenders and Mariano and Guilherme Arana as full-backs.

Cuiabá, despite being a difficult visitor (the 3rd best in the Brasileirão), lost their last three away games, not scoring once. He still averages less than one goal per game (nine in 12 games, average of 0.75) when playing away from Mato Grosso.


Despite playing in the Libertadores in the next few days, Fluminense should not save money, as they will have seven days of rest. As a result, Tricolor Carioca’s options, such as Fábio, Samuel Xavier, Diogo Barbosa, Nino and Marlon, look good when hosting Cruzeiro at Maracanã, a club that scored 12 goals in 11 matches away from home, but three of those goals were just in the last round after spending two blank matches as a visitor.

As home team, Flu de Diniz conceded just six goals in 12 matches, achieving an average of being conceded once every two games. The Rio team is the only undefeated team in the Brasileirão at home, with nine wins and three draws.


The Ligga Arena, home of Furacão, is a true fortress for Wesley Carvalho’s team. In 12 games, the team was defeated only once, with seven wins and four draws. Despite conceding 13 goals in this period as home team, Athletico went through five of these matches without being leaked.

Internacional, this Thursday’s opponent (21), is a somewhat harmful visitor, having won the last time away from home almost three months ago (June 26 against América-MG). In the last five away matches, he scored just once, in the 3-1 defeat to Botafogo.

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