The Champions League quarter-finals continue tonight, with Liverpool up against Porto. The Reds are expected to cinch another win tonight after beating Porto 1-0 at Anfield last week. However, manager Jurgen Klopp has warned Porto will be a “different animal” at their home stadium. The teams will face off at Estadio do Dragao, and coverage of the match starts at 7.15pm.
How to watch Liverpool v Porto live stream
Liverpool will face off against Porto tonight at 8pm.
The Champions League game is covered by BT Sports exclusively, and BT Sport 3 HD will broadcast the game starting from 7.15pm tonight.
A live stream is also available for those away from the TV, from the BT Sport small screen app and BTSport.com.
The small screen app will show the match on its enhanced video player, with an interactive timeline and match highlights.
BT Sports subscribers also have access to the large screen app, which allows streaming via Xbox, Samsung TV and Apple TV.
If you can’t fork out for a BT subscription you can tune in on BBC Radio 5 live and BBC local radio.
The match promises to be an interesting one, as Klopp has warned facing Porto at home could be “intense”.
Talking to Liverpoolfc.com, he said: “It’s clear, 2-0, what would we do? That’s the simplest question to ask: we would go for everything.
“If we were 2-0 down and going into the home leg, would we think we were out?
“No way. That’s exactly what Porto are thinking.
“They always have a high-intensity game in the highest intense atmosphere.”
“From the first kick, they will go with a clear direction.
“We can compare it a little bit to the City game last year when we were 3-0 up and everybody thought, ‘halfway through’ or whatever.
“We go there to win the game, that’s the plan.
“It’s not easy, we know that, but we should not think about anything else because that’s always the aim.”