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Sporting v Porto: Watch a Live Stream of the Taça da Liga match – available in the UK
Sporting host FC Porto in the 3rd round of the Taça da Liga, the Portuguese League Cup, a tournament that has eluded both Portuguese giants since its beginning 7 years ago.
Bet365 are showing Sporting v Porto live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals.
Sporting v Porto is available in the UK and Ireland. The match is not available in Portugal or the USA. Everywhere else in the world is fine.
NOTE: Please be aware that you will need an active Bet365 account to watch Sporting v Porto.
Sporting and Porto have been drawn in the same group, and only one will be able to qualify out of the group, so the winner of this match will probably also go on to win the group.
Sporting are leading the league on goal difference over Porto and will hope to inflict a blow on their opponents title chances by beating them in the league cup too.
Sporting manager Leonardo Jardim looks to field a full strength squad with leading goalscorer Fredy Montero, who has scored 13 times this season, leading the line. Midfielder Andre Martins will face a late test to determine his fitness, otherwise Victor Gerson Magrão is likely to complete the midfield also featuring William Carvalho and Adrien.
Porto manager Paulo Fonseca also looks to do one over old rivals Sporting. In form striker Jackson Martinez has been touted with a move to the Premier League with Arsenal and Chelsea both interested, however Porto’s leading goalscorer with 12 goals will face Sporting first.
A win over Sporting would take Porto to the semi-finals of the cup. Porto are only behind on goal difference in the league and will hope that a victory in the league could add extra pressure on Sporting
The match will kick-off on Sunday, 29 December at 20.45 UK time.
- Updated: December 28, 2013