Porto vs Roma UEFA Champions League 6 Mar 2019 Round of 16 2nd Leg Preview, TV Channel, Online TV, Possible Line up, Prediction & Latest News

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Porto vs Roma UEFA Champions League 6 Mar 2019 Round of 16 2nd Leg Preview, TV Channel, Online TV, Possible Line up, Prediction & Latest News. Porto, Moussa Marega should have a chance to add to his tally of five Champions League goals this term after returning from a thigh injury earlier than expected with a 90-minute outing against Benfica.

Fellow striker Vincent Aboubakar has been sidelined since undergoing surgery on a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in September.

Roma’s Greek defender Kostas Manolas is said to have recovered from an ankle injury, though was not risked against Lazio due to a stomach bug as Juan Jesus took his place in defense. Winger Cengiz Under also missed the derby with a thigh injury.

When & How To watch TV Channel & Online Live Stream

When: Wednesday 6th March 2019, 20:00 (GMT)

TV Channel: BT Sport 3 (UK) B/R Live (USA), RMC Sport en direct, RMC Sport 2 (FRA); TVI, Eleven Sports 1 Portugal (POR), SKY Go Italia, Roma TV, Sky Sport Uno, RAI Play, RAI Uno, Sky Calcio 2 (IT); Bein Sports 2, 12, & 15 (Middle East), Sony Ten 1 (Asia)

Free Online Live Streaming: LMI Sports ( World Wide)

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Possible Line-Ups

Porto Predicted XI: Casillas, Pepe, Telles, Felipe, Herrera, Militao, Pereira, Otavinho, Brahimi, Tiquinho, Marega

Unavailable: Aboubakar (Injured), Mouandilmadji (Injured), Jorge (Injured), Wilson Manafa (Ineligible)

Doubtful: None

AS Roma Predicted XI: Mirante, Florenzi, Juan Jesus, Fazio, Kolarov, Cristante, De Rossi, Pellegrini, Zaniolo, Dzeko, El Shaarawy

Unavailable: Under (Injured)

Doubtful: Manolas (Injured)

Prediction

The 1st leg was an entertaining match with both teams coming out of it relatively content. Porto grabbed an away goal and have some key players back for this game so they will be confident, but it promises to be another open match with goals at both ends of the pitch.

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