Liverpool travel to Portugal to take on Porto in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final on Wednesday night.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have a 2-0 lead from the first leg, courtesy of strikes from Naby Keita and Roberto Firmino.
It is a healthy lead for the Reds, who are chasing a second consecutive semi-final appearance in the competition.
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The winner will face Barcelona in the final four after the Catalans thrashed Manchester United 4-0 on aggregate in their quarter-final.
Here’s everything you need to know:
Liverpool are heavy favourites to progress this evening, and given the Reds pummelled Porto 5-0 in their own backyard last season, you can see why the bookies back Jurgen Klopp’s side so heavily.
A Liverpool goal tonight, which is probable given Liverpool’s attacking threats which include a rejuvenated Mo Salah after his screamer against Chelsea, would require Porto scoring four in order to progress.
However, if Porto score first, particularly early on, the 50,000 strong crowd will be bouncing. And if last week’s game is anything to go by, when Champions League marksman Moussa Marega squandered some very good chances at Anfield, the home team will create opportunities – this time round, they simply have to take them.
Liverpool have a full-strength back four to choose from, as opposed to last week when Andy Robertson was suspended. Although they lost all three of their away games in the group stages, a mature, sturdy performance at the Allianz Arena saw off Bayern Munich last month, and a similarly professional display here will set up a mouth-watering semi-final clash with Barcelona.
The Reds are very rarely shut out, and will score tonight, putting the tie out of Porto’s reach. 1-1 – Liverpool through to the semis.
What time is it and how can I watch it?
The game kicks off at 8pm at the Estadio de Dragao.
The game will be shown live on BT Sport 3 with coverage starting at 7:15pm.
Those without access to a TV can stream the game live via the BT Sport website.
We will be live blogging the game too, of course.
Captain Jordan Henderson was substituted late on against Chelsea with an ankle knock, and may be rested tonight as a result. James Milner or Georginio Wijnaldum will deputise, and both could come in if Naby Keita also makes way, depending if Klopp opts for a more robust midfield trio.
In defence, Andy Robertson returns from European suspension, but unlike the first leg, Dejan Lovren will not be in the starting XI as he wasn’t named in the pre-match squad due to illness. Joel Matip is likely to continue at centre-back.
Porto will welcome back experienced duo Pepe and Hector Herrera from suspension – a huge boost for the team in defence and in midfield.
Porto: Casillas, Militao, Felipe, Pepe, Telles, Corona, Pereira, Herrera, Otavio, Soares, Marega
Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson, Fabinho, Milner, Wijnaldum, Salah, Mane, Firmino