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Liverpool vs FC Porto
Uefa Champions League 2018-19
Quarter-final, first leg
Date: Tuesday, 9 April, 2019
Kick-off time: 8pm GMT
- Liverpool to win: 3/10
- Draw: 9/2
- Porto to win: 10/1
- Liverpool to qualify: 1/5
- Porto to qualify: 10/3
First goalscorer odds
- Mohamed Salah: 11/4
- Sadio Mane: 7/2
- Roberto Firmino: 9/2
- Moussa Marega: 13/1
Liverpool’s Champions League manage continues with a favourable tie against FC Porto in the quarter-finals.
Jurgen Klopp’s side asleep Bayern Munich in the round of 16, and their compensation is a tie neighboring to Portuguese giants Porto – the team they emphasis 5-0 en route to last season’s unconditional.
While Liverpool’s thumping win in Porto last year will entertain them in addition to confidence, Sergio Conceicao’s Dragons knocked AS Roma out in the last round and have tightened occurring in defence.
A semi-firm when to either Manchester United or Barcelona awaits the victors, and Liverpool will be hoping to go one greater than before than last season’s insert disappointment nearby Real Madrid as they bid for a expertly-known Champions League and Premier League trophy double.
Liverpool team news and predicted descent-ups
Andy Robertson was booked late a propos neighboring to Bayern, and that means the left-benefit will be suspended for the first leg.
Robertson will be a big loss for Klopp due to his pace and completion at both ends of the arena, even though James Milner may fill in concerning the flank.
Adam Lallana is a doubt subsequently a muscle encumbrance, while Joe Gomez (ankle) and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (thigh) are re the comeback trail in the company of the former more likely to be attainable than the latter.
Liverpool XI: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Van Dijk, Matip, Robertson, Henderson, Milner, Keita, Salah, Mane, Firmino
Porto XI: Casillas; Maxi Pereira, Militao, Leite, Alex Telles; Otvio, Brahimi, Torres, Corona; Marega, Soares
Liverpool will arrive up out of the traps at Anfield, and much will depend upon the commencement half-hour. An yet to be plan for the hosts could benefit to a extinguish, but Liverpool have not been at their thrilling best in 2019.
Klopp will moreover have to be wary of Moussa Marega, who has scored six goals for Porto in the Champions League this season.