Liverpool Vs. Porto Champions League Live Stream Info, TV Channel, Updates: How To Watch Round Of 16 On TV, Stream Online

This match is Liverpool’s first in the knockout stages of the Champions League for nine years. With Manchester City over the hill and far away in the Premier League, this is the Reds’ only chance of silverware in 2017-18.

Porto, by contrast, have made it this far five times since Liverpool last did. They will provide a stern test for Jürgen Klopp’s team. Sérgio Conceição’s side are top of Liga NOS in Portugal, and have not lost any of their 21 league matches this season.

They did lose two matches in the Champions League group stage, including one at home. Liverpool were unbeaten, and only three other teams in the last sixteen can say the same.

Despite surprising defeats to Swansea and West Bromwich Albion, Liverpool’s recent form has generally been good. They have the second best away record in the Premier League, and are the division’s top scorers in matches on the road.

The man to watch is undoubtedly Mohamed Salah. He is just one goal shy of scoring 30 in his debut campaign for Liverpool. Only 8 players have scored so many in the past 55 years for the Reds, which shows just how spectacular Salah has been this season.

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The Champions League match between Porto and Liverpool will be broadcast live on FS2 and the FoxSoccer2Go apps, which you can access with your cable or satellite subscriptions.

Date: Wednesday, Feb. 14

Start time: 2:45 p.m. ET

Location: Porto, Portugal

Stadium: Estádio do Dragão

TV Info: FS2

Live Stream: foxsoccer2goFubo.TV

Will Porto win the match and have a lead to take to Anfield in three weeks time? Can the Reds maintain their unbeaten record in this season’s Champions League? Watch Porto vs. Liverpool to find out.

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