Liverpool have demolished Porto 5-0 at the Dragao Stadium, and the second leg could be considered more a friendly match because the Portuguese side doesn’t seem to have enough quality to reduce the deficit from the first meeting. The Reds have won six out of their last eight home games, scoring twenty-three goals in the process, while the Dragons haven’t lost a single match in their previous ten away games, keeping the clean sheet four times. However, Sergio Conceicao’s team will have to be above their maximum to avoid another disaster as Salah, Firmino, and Mane are not playing around. Jurgen Klopp’s deadly attacking trio has scored fourteen goals over the last five matches, including five they’ve netted against Porto. They have dragged Liverpool to the second place in the Premier League with their brilliant performances, and they have no intention to stop scoring.
The home side will play without the injured Nathaniel Clyne and Georginio Wijnaldum, who is ill.
Alex Telles, Tiquinho Soares, and the goalkeeper, Fabiano, will probably skip the encounter for the visitors, as all are sidelined due to injuries, but club’s best scorer, Vincent Aboubakar, who missed the first match, will be available although it’s questionable how much he could help.
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