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Liverpool vs Porto live stream: Watch the Champions League online

By Harry Edwards

Liverpool vs Porto live stream: How to watch the Champions League online

Published: 12:15, 24 November 2021

Liverpool will be hoping to keep their perfect Champions League record alive when they host Porto on Wednesday at 8pm (UK time).

The Reds have already secured their spot in the last-16 of the Champions League as Group B winners, while Porto will be looking to keep their grip on second place.

How to live stream Liverpool vs Porto online:

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  3. Log in and pick your desired channel to watch.

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Where to watch Liverpool vs Porto on TV:

  • UK: BT Sport 3
  • US: Paramount+

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Liverpool vs Porto build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Having suffered frustration last season, Liverpool have been fantastic at the start of 2021/22 both domestically and in the Champions League. The Reds are still perfect after four games in this season’s group stage, beating AC Milan, Porto and Atletico Madrid twice to secure top spot in Group B with relative ease. As a result, Liverpool can take their final two games in one of two ways. The first would be to rotate and rest players, focussing on a busy Premier League period, knowing they are already seeded for the last-16 draw. Or, Liverpool could chase history and join an exclusive list of teams to be perfect in the Champions League group stage.

Porto will be hoping it’s the former, as they look to keep their own last-16 hopes alive. The Portuguese league leaders are currently second in Group B but their advantage over third-placed Atletico Madrid is a slim one, with just one point separating the two sides. Even AC Milan are just four points behind Porto, who have won one, drawn two and lost one of their opening four matches. With Atletico Madrid facing AC Milan this week, Porto will be looking to at least equal the Spanish champions’ result so they would only need a draw in the final matchday showdown next month.

  • Liverpool (vs Arsenal): Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Tsimikas; Oxlade-Chamberlain, Fabinho, Thiago; Salah, Jota, Mane.
  • Porto (vs Feirense): Marchesin; Manafa, Mbemba, Cardoso, Zaidu; Conceicao, Vitinha, Uribe, Otavio; Evanilson, Taremi.

Liverpool remain without Roberto Firmino and Joe Gomez, while the likes of Andrew Robertson, Diogo Jota, Naby Keita and Andrew Robertson are doubts and may not be risked. Porto have no absentees.

Will Liverpool keep on the path to history?

Although there are three teams still perfect in the Champions League this season, not many manage to go the full six-match group stage without dropping a single point. Sometimes a point slips in the final match when qualification and top spot is secured, as teams look to avoid any unnecessary injuries. And, as mentioned, that’s the dilemma Liverpool will have on their hands in their final two matches.

While being perfect in the group stage has no effect on the last-16 draw or your chances of winning the Champions League, it’s a nice accolade to have – especially as it is so rare. Since the Champions League had its first group stage in the 1992/93 season, just seven teams have been perfect, starting with AC Milan in the inaugural campaign. The Italian side beat Porto, IFK Goteborg and PSV en route to the final, where they eventually lost to Marseille.

Paris Saint-Germain were the next team to do it in 1994/95, reaching the semi-finals and one year later, Spartak Moscow were perfect in the group stage en route to the quarter-finals. Barcelona in 2002/03 were the sole perfect team for a while before Real Madrid achieved the feat twice in the space of a few years in 2011/12 and 2014/15. Bayern Munich are the most recent team to go perfect and the only team to do so en route to winning the Champions League, a feat Liverpool will be hoping to replicate.

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