Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from Roma’s decisive Champions League Round of 16 clash with FC Porto.
It kicks off at the Estadio Do Dragao at 20.00 GMT.
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The Giallorossi have a 2-1 first leg lead under their belts, but that late away goal by Adrian Lopez after a Nicolò Zaniolo brace leaves the tie wide open.
Roma have not kept an away clean sheet in the Champions League since their 2-0 victory at Olympique Lyonnais on March 6, 2007 – precisely 12 years ago to the day.
In the following 31 fixtures, including preliminary rounds, they have let in a whopping 74 goals.
This won’t be easy, as Porto had been undefeated in the Champions League this season up until the Stadio Olimpico result, earning five wins and a draw.
The Giallorossi have gone through a knockout round 26 times out of 30 after winning the first leg on home turf, so five out of six times on average.
Porto have lost five of their last six Champions League knockout matches, drawing the other.