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FC Porto vs Liverpool Prediction & Betting tips
Both FC Porto and Liverpool FC are in very good shape in their national championship, but in the title race they have the worse starting position than their respective main rivals. If the Dragons had to catch up to eleven goals against leaders Benfica, the Reds could turn upside down in the end: if Manchester City wins every one of the remaining five games, it will not be a match for the first English Championship since 1990. All the more important It would be for the last year’s finalists of the premier class, with the Champions League to preserve a second title opportunity. The starting position looks very good after the 2-0 home win at Anfield. If the Azuis e brancos manage an early goal in Estádio do Dragão at home, it will be even more exciting. Not least because of this, Jürgen Klopp’s team is very interested in getting the Portuguese plugged early on. An away goal finally enough and the Dragões would need four goals to turn the game.
So it’s not surprising that in Porto against Liverpool the odds of the bookmakers clearly turn out in the direction of the Reds, which also have conceded only two goals in seven duels with the dragons. Already a year ago LFC had easily progressed to a round against the Azuis e brancos after a 5-0 away win and goalless draw in the return leg at home. Results that are still playing a role in Porto’s prediction against Liverpool – especially as all these games took place in the 21st century, when both teams won the Champions League in successive years. It all speaks in Porto against Liverpool for the tip on the advancement of the Reds, on the one hand bring all the offensive qualities for an early leading goal and on the other hand could play defensively again to zero.
Due to the absence of an away goal at Anfield, the starting position for FC Porto is anything but rosy. But instead of sticking their heads in the sand, the current table runner of Portuguese Primeira League deliberately fights these days. And why not? Already in the second round, the Dragões had a 1: 2 defeat at AS Roma in the domestic Estádio do Dragão in the second leg again can bend. In general, the home record is at an international level, where FC Porto have won all four home games in the current season in the Champions League. Only in the round of the best eight clubs in Europe, in which the dragons are currently the eighth time in their history, it has haperte almost always. Thus, the Azuis e brancos won only two games ever in a Champions League quarter-finals. Both come from the years in which Porto finally got the handlebar: 1987 and 2004.
Looking at the history books must also be stated that in Porto vs.. Liverpool is a tip-off for the Reds’ progress because the Dragões have made just five UEFA UEFA contenders if they lost the first leg away. The Azuis e brancos retired in all five cases after having a 0: 2 in the distance. Nevertheless, her work has been done by Sérgio Conceicao’s team. In the Primeira Liga, Porto remain on par with long-term rivals Benfica Lisbon after a clear 3-0 win away to Portimonense and can continue to dream of defending the title, albeit hoping for a slip-up of Eintracht Frankfurt’s Europa League opponents. The last five league games, the Dragões have nevertheless all won and go with plenty of momentum in this second leg against Liverpool FC. Although they need to equalize the first leg at least two goals against the defensive England, but Porto has scored in five of the last seven competitive matches at least two own goals. In contrast to the round of 16 last year, this match is definitely not premature.
The weeks of truth were downright perfect for Liverpool FC. Seven wins have brought the Reds from the last seven competitive games and have thus remained a total of 16 competitive games in a row without defeat. Jürgen Klopp’s side lost in the third round of the FA Cup last time with a C-selection at the Wolverhampton Wanderers. Nevertheless, the Reds could stand empty handed again this season, which would definitely be cruel with regard to the seasonal values. Having recently won the groundbreaking games against Tottenham Hotspur (2-1) and last Sunday’s win against Chelsea FC (2-0), Liverpool FC are out of 34 league games in 26 wins, with only 1 away at Manchester City. 2 lost (seven draws). All the more bitter that it could not work with the very first championship in the 1992 founded in the Premier League in the end, if the Sky Blues of Pep Guardiola leave no points. Even the current 85 points, which are after 34 league games to book, would have been enough to win the title many times.
If the Reds no longer have the championship completely in their own hands, then they could at least in the Champions League on their own to get a title – the first in the term of Jürgen Klopp. So far, the performance figures have also been right. In Oporto against Liverpool, the odds are clearly in the direction of the Scousers, who are no longer eliminated with the away win in the Allianz Arena in the second round since nine knock-out comparisons with return match. The last time LFC said goodbye to Besiktas Istanbul on penalties in the semifinals of the Europa League 2014/15, which goes back to the pre-Klopp era. Since then, the German coach has reached the final in every single international knock-out competition. Seven times in history, Liverpool also won a home leg 2-0. This was enough to qualify for the next round every seven times. Coupled with the fact that the Reds have never lost a game against Porto and also have their last year’s problem area called Defensive with only 20 goals in the Premier League also under control for a long time, there is much to suggest that it is the eighth 2-0 home away win no evil surprise will give away.
FC Porto vs Liverpool head to head matches
09.04.19 CL Liverpool FC Porto 2 : 0
06.03.18 CL Liverpool FC Porto 0 : 0
14.02.18 CL FC Porto Liverpool 0 : 5
28.11.07 CL Liverpool FC Porto 4 : 1
18.09.07 CL FC Porto Liverpool 1 : 1