Porto face Roma in a crucial Champions League clash at Estadio do Dragao on Wednesday evening.
The Portuguese side lost 2-1 on the road in Italy but their away goal could prove vital with a tight game expected in the second leg.
Roma teenager Nicolo Zaniolo announced himself on club football’s biggest stage when he scored both goals to down Porto at Stadio Olimpico.
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The 19-year-old star is making waves in Rome and will be keen to finish off Porto on their own turf.
Porto were enjoying an 18-game unbeaten home record until they lost O Classico to fierce rivals Benfica at the weekend.
Roma are also coming off the back of a big derby defeat after being toppled 3-0 by Lazio on Saturday
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the Porto v Roma game on TV and online.
What time is the Porto v Roma game?
Porto v Roma will kick off at 8:00pm on Wednesday 5th March 2019.
How to watch and live stream Porto v Roma
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Who will win? RadioTimes.com says…
Roma reached the semi-finals last year and know how to navigate tricky ties on the way to success.
However, Porto are a formidable presence at home despite their Benfica loss.
While the masses are likely to tune into PSG v Manchester United, this game could be one of the most hotly-contested battles of the round.
Porto have the quality and resilience to secure a victory, and this tie could easily boil down to penalties…
Prediction: Porto 2-1 Roma (Porto to win on penalties)
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