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Mikel Arteta’s side are on a run of five straight wins, during which they have scored 21 goals and kept themselves firmly in the Premier League title race.


The focus now switches back to Europe, after they finished top of their group before Christmas.


Arsenal are back in the Champions League for the first time since the 2016/17 season, when they were knocked out in the last-16.


That made it seven straight exits at that stage of the competition and it is now 14 years since the Gunners made it to the quarter-finals of Europe’s biggest club competition.


Barcelona, AC Milan, Bayern Munich, Bayern Munich (again), Monaco, Barcelona (again) and Bayern Munich (again again) were the victors in Arsenal’s previous trips to the first knockout round - contributing to a painful run which haunted Arsene Wenger’s latter years at the club.


However, in the year before that curse kicked off, it was Porto who the north Londoners met at this very stage.


Despite a 2-1 defeat in Portugal, Nicklas Bendtner scored a hat-trick at the Emirates to seal a five-goal reverse and send Arsenal into the quarter-finals.


Arteta will be desperate to repeat such heroics this season to end not only his personal struggles in knockout football, but an unhappy knack that has dogged the club for well over a decade.


Date, kick-off time and venue


Porto vs Arsenal is scheduled for an 8pm GMT kick-off tonight on Wednesday, February 21, 2024.


The match will take place at Estadio do Dragao.


Where to watch Porto vs Arsenal


TV channel: In the UK, the game will be televised live on TNT Sports 1, with coverage beginning at 7pm.


Live stream: Subscribers can also catch the contest live online via the Discovery+ app and website.


Live blog: You can follow all the action on matchday via Standard Sport’s live blog, with expert analysis from our reporter Simon Collings at the ground.


Porto vs Arsenal team news


Canadian midfielder Stephen Eustaquio is a key doubt for the hosts, who had already lost defenders Zaidu Sanusi and Ivan Marcano to serious knee injuries this term.


Arsenal hope to welcome Gabriel Jesus and Takehiro Tomiyasu back from short spells on the sidelines. Fabio Vieira has travelled with the squad after returning to training on Tuesday. Thomas Partey, though, remained in London.


Porto vs Arsenal prediction


Porto are off the pace in their domestic title race yet performed well in the group stages. Ultimately, their squad is no match for Arsenal, who are enjoying a five-game win streak.


It is possible to see the Gunners even putting the tie to bed in the first leg, if they can maintain their recent goalscoring boon.


Arsenal to win, 3-0.


Head to head (h2h) history and results


Both teams have only scored once in their total of six meetings.


Porto wins: 2


Arsenal wins: 3


Draws: 1


Porto vs Arsenal match odds


The UEFA Champions League returns to the fold with another set of matches this week as FC Porto lock horns with Mikel Arteta's Arsenal side in an important encounter at the Estadio do Dragao on Wednesday.


FC Porto vs Arsenal Preview


FC Porto are currently in third place in the Liga Portugal standings and have not been at their best so far this season. The Portuguese outfit defeated Estrele Amadora by a 2-0 scoreline over the weekend and will be confident ahead of this fixture.


Arsenal, on the other hand, are in second place in the league table at the moment and have stepped up to the plate so far this season. The Gunners thrashed Burnley by a comprehensive 5-0 result in their previous game and will look to achieve a similar scoreline this weekend.


FC Porto vs Arsenal Prediction


Arsenal have been in exceptional form over the past month and have scored an impressive 21 goals in their last five matches. Bukayo Saka has been in excellent goalscoring form this season and will be intent on adding to his tally this weekend.


FC Porto can pack a punch on their day but have been a shadow of their former selves this season. Arsenal are the better team at the moment and should be able to win this game.


Match Preview


Arsenal have not reached the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals since the days of Arsène Wenger but Mikel Arteta will fancy their chances as his side prepare to visit Porto for the first leg of the round-of-16 clash on Wednesday at Estádio Do Dragão.


Wenger, now FIFA’s Chief of Global Football Development, guided Arsenal to the final of this competition in 2005-06 but the Gunners have not passed the last-16 stage since overcoming Wednesday’s opponents back in 2009-10.


Flying high in contention for the Premier League title alongside Liverpool and Manchester City, Arteta’s new-look Arsenal have an opportunity to ease years of European pain after breezing through to the round-of-16 draw by topping Group B.


Arsenal hammered PSV 4-0 and Lens 6-0, as well as defeating Sevilla both home and away, with the north London club making light work of a favourable group-stage draw. Their European success can largely be credited to Saka, who has been involved in more Champions League goals this season than any other player (three goals, four assists), with the young Englishman averaging a goal involvement every 48 minutes in the competition so far.


Gabriel Jesus has provided some much-needed continental experience for Arteta’s youthful side, too. In a run stretching back to November 2018 with Manchester City, the Brazilian striker has been involved in 20 goals in his last 18 Champions League starts (15 goals, five assists), while he’s been involved in six goals in four starts for the Gunners so far this term (four goals, two assists).


However, with a rare quarter-final appearance within touching distance, Arsenal must banish their last-16 demons of yesteryear. Since this stage was introduced in the Champions League in 2003-04, Arsenal have gone out at this point more than any other side (nine).


That woeful run of European luck includes exiting in each of their last seven appearances in the competition between 2010-11 and 2016-17, although Wednesday’s hosts Porto are second in that same unwanted ranking with eight last-16 eliminations.


Arsenal’s team news largely remains the same: Jurriën Timber, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Thomas Partey are unavailable through injury, though former Porto midfielder Fábio Vieira, Jesus and Takehiro Tomiyasu will likely be fit enough to make the squad for Wednesday’s kick-off.


Porto battled their way through to second place in Group H – albeit level on points with table-toppers Barcelona – after defeating Shakhtar Donetsk 5-3 on Matchday 6 in a winner-takes-all decider for knockout-stage progression. Sérgio Conceição’s team overcame the Ukrainian side both home and away, as they did against Antwerp, while Galeno and Evanilson have led the way for the Portuguese side in UEFA’s top club competition, with the pair scoring four goals each.


However, a tough task awaits against the in-form Premier League side, who have smashed Burnley 5-0 and West Ham 6-0 in their last two away domestic outings. Porto are third in the Primeira Liga table, four points behind Benfica and Sporting CP, after Galeno and João Mário scored in Saturday’s 2-0 win over Estrela Amadora.


Experienced defender Fábio Cardoso missed that domestic win through suspension but will be available for the first leg, while Alan Varela overcame an injury scare and also featured in Saturday’s league victory. Iván Marcano remains out, though, after suffering an ACL injury back in September.


Porto vs Arsenal Head-to-Head


The last time Arsenal progressed past to the Champions League quarter-finals came with a 6-2 aggregate victory over Porto in the 2009-10 campaign. Nicklas Bendtner scored a hat-trick at the Emirates for the Gunners in that tie.


The positive omens carry on for Arteta’s side, too, considering Arsenal have won all three of their home Champions League games against FC Porto by an aggregate score of 11-0. However, they are winless in all three away games (D1 L2).


Porto have also struggled against English sides in recent years, suffering elimination from seven of their eight such knockout ties in UEFA’s premier club competition, with the exception being a round-of-16 victory over Manchester United on their way to winning the trophy in 2003-04.


Victory for Arsenal here could be a good sign as well, given each of the last five teams to eliminate Porto in the knockout rounds of the competition has gone on to reach the final that year – Juventus in 2016-17 (last 16), Liverpool in 2017-18 (last 16) and 2018-19 (quarter-final), Chelsea in 2020-21 (quarter-final) and Inter last season (last 16).


Recent Form


Porto manager Conceição will want to keep it tight in the opening stages since Arsenal have scored more first-half goals than any other side in the Champions League this season, with 12 of their 16 strikes coming before half-time.


The Gunners have scored in the opening 45 minutes in each of their last 13 Champions League games as well, the longest such run in European Cup history, while Arteta’s men have managed 5+ goals in back-to-back away Premier League matches for the first time in the club’s history after smashing Burnley and West Ham.


With that imperious form in front of goal, expect an entertaining clash here, considering Porto have also scored seven goals in their last two Champions League home games – against Shakhtar and Antwerp – as many as they had in their previous nine home matches in the competition combined.


Opta Power Rankings


The Opta Power Rankings are a global team ranking system that assigns an ability score to over 13,000 domestic football teams on a scale between zero and 100, where zero is the worst-ranked team in the world and 100 is the best team in the world.


This week will see the next round of UEFA Champions League playoffs. Porto will play at home against Arsenal on Wednesday, February 21.


Porto vs Arsenal what to know about the match?


Porto advanced to the UEFA Champions League round of 16 from a challenging group. They secured the second position in the quartet, which included Barcelona, Shakhtar, and Antwerp. The Portuguese gathered 12 points from six matches, narrowly losing out to Barcelona on tiebreakers. Arsenal clinched the top spot in Group B, amassing 13 points out of a possible 18. The Gunners suffered defeats to Lens and drew against PSV. They outpaced PSV, Lens, and Sevilla in their group.


Porto vs Arsenal when and where the match will take place


The UEFA Champions League round of 16 match between Porto and Arsenal will take place on Wednesday, February 21, kicking off at 21:00 Central European Time. Kickoff times in different countries around the world:


Porto vs Arsenal where to watch the match online


Broadcasters vary by country. We have prepared a list of channels where you can watch the match in your country.


Arsenal In Diretta, meanwhile, have some work to do if they want to drag FC Porto into the fight for the top four, rather than the title. By losing on Monday they will find themselves 330 points behind their rivals, a considerable gap to make up even with two thirds of the season remaining. Here's how to watch the game and what you need to know


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FC Porto have won both of their last two corresponding matches away at Arsenal In Diretta, achieving a 4-2 victory last season.


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