Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Liverpool vs. FC Porto Live Score | Prediction

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Liverpool vs. FC Porto Kick-Off Time

20:00 GMT

Liverpool vs. FC Porto How To Watch - Tv Channel - Live Stream

Arena Sport (Cro), beIN Sport Max (Fra), BT Sport, CMore (Fin), DAZN Deutsch, Eleven Sports (Por), Look Sport, Polsat Sport Premium 4, Telekom Sport (Rom), TV3 Sport (Den), Viaplay (Den)

Liverpool vs. FC Porto Lineups





Liverpool vs. FC Porto Odds

HOME TEAM : 1.71

DRAW : 3.25

AWAY TEAM : 3.20

Liverpool vs. FC Porto Prediction

BOTH TEAM TO SCORE

Liverpool vs. FC Porto Live Score


Liverpool vs. FC Porto Preview

Six-time champions of Europe Liverpool have made light work of the ‘Group of Death’ in this season's UEFA Champions League (UCL), winning all four of their matches and qualifying top of the group with two games to spare. They haven’t had it all their own way, however, but fast starts have been the key to their success, opening the scoring in all their group stage games thus far.
Coming off a scintillating 4-0 romping of Arsenal, the ‘Reds’ team sheet is rumoured to look quite different this time around, with manager Jürgen Klopp keen to rotate his squad to prevent a further growing of the injury list. The German will be full of confidence regardless of his starting XI, having managed Liverpool against Porto on five occasions during his tenure, outscoring their visitors 16-2 in that time (W4, D1).
Porto, somewhat surprisingly some might consider, sit second in Group B ahead of the round, but will still need an upset or two in the remaining fixtures if they’re to ruffle some feathers and progress to the last 16. This just might be the time to do it, possibly against an under-strength Liverpool side, as Porto have lost only once across their last nine fixtures on matchday five of the UCL group stage (W4, D4).
The ‘Dragões’ will be looking to focus on the positives, with the red flags popping up the more you look. Their record when traveling to England for a UCL clash is a perfect example, with the Portuguese outfit leaving empty handed in 13 of their 17 visits to Premier League sides this century (W1, D3).
Players to watch: Portuguese forward Diogo Jota has scored six of his last seven Liverpool goals in the first half, while Porto’s Luis Díaz has scored his side’s opener in four of his last five goalscoring outings.
Hot stat: Over 2.5 goals have been scored in 13 of Liverpool's last 15 fixtures, as well in ten of Porto’s last 12.

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