A lacklustre showing in the first leg in Portugal gives the visitors a 2-1 advantage, though the Old Lady have hope through Federico Chiesa’s away goal.
The last time Porto won away from home in the Champions League knockout stages was the year they won the competition, on 2002-03. It would be a good time to end that drought.
Date, time and venue
Borussia Dortmund vs Sevilla is scheduled for an 8pm GMT kick-off on Tuesday, March 9, 2021.
The match will be held behind closed doors at Juventus Stadium.
How to watch Juventus vs Porto
TV channel: The match will be televised on BT Sport.
Live stream: BT Sport subscribers will be able to watch the match online via the website or BT Sport app.
Juventus vs Porto team news and lineups
Juventus XI: Szczesny, Cuadrado, Bonucci, Demiral, Alex Sandro, Chiesa, Arthur, Rabiot, Ramsey, Morata, Ronaldo
Subs: Chiellini, de Ligt, McKennie, Pinsoglio, Bernardeschi, Di Pardo, Dragusin, Frabotta, Fagioli, Kulusevski, Buffon
FC Porto XI: Marchesin, Manafa, Mbemba, Pepe, Sanusi, Corona, Sergio Oliveira, Uribe, Otavio, Marega, Taremi
Subs: Diogo Leite, N'Diaye, Diaz, Grujic, Felipe Anderson, Martinez, Evanilson, Nanu, Sarr, Vieira, Francisco Conceicao, Costa
Juventus vs Porto prediction
The Old Lady were off-colour in the first leg, but I don’t expect that to be the case on Tuesday with Cristiano Ronaldo over his mini goal drought.
Porto have been steadfast at the back in the competition, meaning Federico Chiesa’s away goal in the first leg could prove vital.
1-0 Juve win
Juventus vs Porto head to head (h2h) results
Porto wins: 1
Juventus wins: 4
Juventus vs Porto odds and betting tips
Juventus to qualify: 4/6
Porto to qualify: 6/4
Either team to win on penalties: 16/1
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