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Things went well for Porto in the first leg against Lille, but they now return home to defend their slender lead. Watch live on TV & online as these two sides look to book their place in the Champions League group stage.
A victory in the first leg in France has Porto in control of their own fate. The key to today’s second leg will be to not lose to Lille, which would guarantee the dragões approximately €8.6m.
Another important factor for today’s meeting will be the FIFA club ranking. France is a direct competitor with Portugal, and if Lille were to progress into the Champions League group... Read the rest of the article »
Both Porto and Benfica got off to a winning start in week one, while Sporting only managed one point. Watch live as Boavista hosts their first Primeira Liga match since 2008.
Portuguese football fans got to see their clubs in action last weekend, and they are in for yet another exciting fixture list. Vitoria de Guimarães got things started at home on Friday night, defeating newcomers Penafiel. That victory puts the Minhotos at the top of the table with six points from two matches.
On Saturday, Porto will make a short trip to Paços de Ferreira, where... Read the rest of the article »
Porto has some history in the Champions League, while Lille has not been a regular in the competition. Watch live on TV and online as both these sides look to take an advantage into the second leg.
After Tuesday’s exciting Champions League matches, it is now time for Lille and Porto to begin their quest in Europe’s biggest club competition. The French side will host Porto, as they look to claim a comfortable lead to take back to Portugal.
Today’s match will be Julen Lopetegui’s first Champions League match in charge of the Portuguese outfit. The Spanish manager... Read the rest of the article »
Porto will open the new season on Friday at home, with current Champions Benfica only taking the pitch on Sunday. Full broadcast schedule, TV schedules and more here on LiveSoccerTV.
The long off-season is quickly coming to an end, and the Portuguese Primeira Liga will get underway on Friday. Last year's third place finishers Porto will open the new campaign at home, against Maritimo.
When both these sides met last season, the home side won both. With two new managers in charge, fans will be interested to see how things pan out for the upcoming campaign. Neither will want... Read the rest of the article »
The Portuguese Primeria Liga is set to start, and we bring you a full preview. From managerial changes to TV, Online and Radio listings, we have it all.
Benfica claimed all four domestic titles last season, but after a very busy summer transfer window in Portugal, things could be much tighter this year. Find out where you can watch all the live action from the 2014-15 Primeira Liga.
If you constantly find yourself searching the internet for TV listings, your search ends here. Here at LiveSoccerTV, our goal is to bring you accurate compilations... Read the rest of the article »
Less than 24 hours after falling victims to Arsenal in the 2014 FA Community Shield, Manchester City have boosted the confidence of their fans by announcing the transfer of Eliaquim Mangala from Porto.
Man City coach Manuel Pellegrini, who guided the Citizens to both the Capital One Cup and English Premier League titles in the 2013/14 season, welcomed the signing of the 23-year-old French defender. He stated:
“I’m delighted to have added a player of Eliaquim’s quality in the squad ahead of the new season.
“He is already a fine player but in my opinion, he has... Read the rest of the article »
Manchester City are reportedly closing in on Porto's defender, Elaquim Mangala.
Manchester City have reportedly been monitoring Porto’s centre-back, Elaquim Mangala for over 18 months. The Citizens have tried to sign the French defender already last year, but the Portuguese club’s request of £50M for Mangala and Fernando was deemed too high.
After having signed Fernando from Porto for £12M however, the EPL champions are confident the French player... Read the rest of the article »
Although Benfica already guaranteed a 33rd league title, when these two sides meet, neither side is willing to concede. Watch live as these two rivals conclude another emotional campaign in the Portuguese League.
Preview: A classico that has a very different feeling to it
In normal circumstances, when Porto and Benfica meet, it generally attracts all the attention for at least a week leading up to the match. This time around, although Benfica takes on Porto at the Estádio do Dragão on Saturday evening, not much is being said about this fixture.
A match with not much meaning in terms... Read the rest of the article »
Benfica travels to the Estàdio do Dragão again, and will be looking for a better result than they left with a few weeks ago. Watch as these rivals add another chapter to their long history against each other.
Preview: Porto looks to gain the upper hand in this Taça da Liga semifinal
It was not that long ago that Benfica and Porto met at the Estádio do Dragão, but that match was for the Taça de Portugal. A goal from Jackson Martinez gave the hosts an advantage to take to Lisbon, but that was not enough to see them through to the final.
After losing the second leg... Read the rest of the article »
These two long time rivals will go head-to-head at the Estádio da Luz in an elimination match for the Taça de Portugal. This match will be live starting at 15:45 ET, and it will be one you will not want to miss.
Preview: On the verge of winning the league, Benfica has to overturn a one goal deficit
Benfica took another step towards the Portuguese League title on Sunday, with a 0-2 victory over Arouca. Jorge Jesus’ side can now claim their 33rd league championship on Sunday, when they host Olhanense at the Estádio da Luz.
First, they will need to turn a negative result against rivals... Read the rest of the article »
The Portuguese champions will take on Sevilla with a one goal advantage hanging over their head. Sevilla will once again have to come from behind to go through, as they did last round.
Preview: Sevilla have a one goal deficit to overturn
Sevilla will welcome Porto to Andalusia on Thursday night for yet another fascinating Europa League match. The Sevillistas gave their fans hope, after defeating Betis in the previous round in a penalty shootout. They will now be up against the current Portuguese champions, who have plenty of experience.
The Portuguese side was matched... Read the rest of the article »
Two neighbors from the Iberian Peninsula will go head to head on Thursday, in the first of two matches that should be highly entertaining. Watch live on Fox Sports 2 USA as Porto looks to take an advantage with them to Spain.
Preview: Porto try to bounce back after a defeat to Nacional
In comparison to what has been normal for Porto over the last 10 or 20 years, their current campaign has been mediocre at best. They find themselves eight points off second placed Sporting CP, with rivals SL Benfica top of the league, 15 points clear.
The Dragons defeated the league leaders mid-week in the first leg of the Taça... Read the rest of the article »
Benfica has been in fine form since their last defeat in November of 2013, but a meeting with Porto is always a tough match. Watch live on RTPi as these two Portuguese rivals battle for supremacy in the first leg of their Taça de Portugal match.
Preview: Rivalry renewed, in a vital cup match
Benfica and Porto have gone down two separate paths this season. The Lisbon side got off to a slow start, but have since sorted things out. They are top of the Portuguese League, they are still in the Taça de Portugal and the Taça da Liga, and they are in the quarter-finals of the Europa League.
As for the Dragões, they... Read the rest of the article »
Rafa Benitez will try to lead his squad into the next round, against a Porto side that also have experience in this competition. Catch all the action live on Fox Sports 1 USA starting at 16:00 ET.
Preview: Atmosphere in the Stadio Sao Paolo could make the difference
A second half goal from Jackson Martinez gave Porto a one-goal lead to take with them to Italy. Now playing at home in the intimidating Stadio Sao Paolo, Rafa Benitez is hoping that can play a big factor.
Napoli has won all four of their Europa League matches in Italy, and they would love to make it five out of five... Read the rest of the article »
Porto and Sporting both trail the league leaders, and neither will want to concede points on Sunday. A victory on Sunday will put them closer to Benfica, who only play on Monday.
Preview: This fixture looks for its first goal in three meetings
A meeting between Sporting and Porto is always a heated affair. Both sides will meet on Sunday in their 105th meeting at the Estádio de Alvalada, with the hosts having the upper hand at home.
Sporting came into the new season in fascinating form, but they have lost some of that consistency as of late.
Currently... Read the rest of the article »
Porto's new manager is confident that his side can get another positive result in his second match in charge. Napoli may have other thoughts, so you will not want to miss this match live on Fox Sports 2 USA.
Preview: Luis Castro goes for his second victory as Porto's manager
The 2013/14 campaign has not gone according to plan, or at least how Porto and their fans would have expected. They are currently third in the Portuguese League, two points behind Sporting CP, and nine behind league leaders Benfica.
After a lot of speculation and mixed opinions, Paulo Fonseca was sacked from the club... Read the rest of the article »
Fox Soccer 2Go and DirecTV will broadcast this Group G match that Porto needs to win, in order to progress.
Preview: Porto has it all to do if they want to progress, against a very strong Atletico side
It is not often that Porto finds themselves in this type of situation, but on Wednesday night, they will need two positive results.
First, they will need to defeat Atletico Madrid, who has yet to lose in the group stage. With four victories and one draw, the Spanish side find themselves... Read the rest of the article »
Both Porto and Austria Wien have a chance of progressing to the knockout stage, but three points will be vital for both these sides on Tuesday. Watch this important UEFA Champions League match live online.
Preview: This match will be all or nothing for both sides
Mathematically, both these sides can go through to the next round of the Champions League. For Austria Wien, the math does get a little more complicated, but nonetheless, they still have a chance.
For Porto, they are currently third in Group G, but only trail second placed Zenit St. Petersburg by one point. When they take the field... Read the rest of the article »
An inconsistent Porto travels to Russia to take on Zenit St. Petersburg in a match that is very much all or nothing for the visitors.
Preview: With Witsel back, Zenit looks to distance themselves from Porto
Currently second in their group with just four points from three matches, Zenit St. Petersburg has a chance to put some distance between themselves and Porto. A match in Russia after a slender 0-1 victory at the Estádio do Dragão should give Spalletti's squad a good chance of earning points.
Due to... Read the rest of the article »
Zenit travels to Portugal with their backs against the wall, knowing that another defeat could spell trouble.
Preview: Zenit has little margin for error on Tuesday night
From their two group matches, Zenit has not been all that impressive. A 3-1 defeat at the Vicente Calderon against Atletico Madrid was followed up by a scoreless draw at home against Austria Vienna. And although Zenit looked good through spells of their last match, they were unable to put the ball in the net, which is the most important... Read the rest of the article »