Schalke vs Porto live streaming
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Match: Schalke vs Porto
Competition: Champions League
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Schalke vs Porto live streaming: Match preview
Schalke had an outstanding season last campaign.
Their second place finish in the Bundesliga also meant they finished above rivals Borussia Dortmund so can they build on that?
FC Porto are in the Champions League group stages for the 22nd time, a joint record with Real Madrid and Barcelona.
In the last two seasons they’ve actually got out of the group stages but face a difficult task to do that again.
With Galatasaray and Lokomotiv Moscow also in Group D, all 4 sides look evenly matched which means making a good start in Gelsenkirchen is vital.