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Having returned from Porto three weeks ago stung by a late winner for the hosts, Tuesday night sees us search for the two-goal victory that would clinch our first Champions League quarter-final in 14 years.

Galeno’s stoppage-time strike has handed our opponents a slender 1-0 first-leg advantage, but having won all three of our league matches since to top the Premier League, Mikel Arteta will be hoping a combination of that form plus home advantage can see us advance.

Amidst what is sure to be a special atmosphere in north London, we will be hoping history can repeat itself. Only once in our past 10 attempts have we managed to progress in the Champions League after losing the first leg, which was against the Portuguese giants in 2010 – ironically the last time we clinched a quarter-final berth.

Porto scored with virtually the last kick of the game to win a disjointed first leg in Portugal.

There was very little to choose between the sides in a stop-start encounter as the home team looked to stifle our play at every opportunity. Despite seeing more of the ball – and putting 10 corners into dangerous areas – we couldn’t break down our opponents, and were hit with a sucker punch very late on when Galeno curled home a wonderful strike from outside the area

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Preview: Arsenal v Porto
Jonathon Rogers
12 Mar 2024
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Arsenal v Porto

Having returned from Porto three weeks ago stung by a late winner for the hosts, Tuesday night sees us search for the two-goal victory that would clinch our first Champions League quarter-final in 14 years.

Galeno’s stoppage-time strike has handed our opponents a slender 1-0 first-leg advantage, but having won all three of our league matches since to top the Premier League, Mikel Arteta will be hoping a combination of that form plus home advantage can see us advance.

Amidst what is sure to be a special atmosphere in north London, we will be hoping history can repeat itself. Only once in our past 10 attempts have we managed to progress in the Champions League after losing the first leg, which was against the Portuguese giants in 2010 – ironically the last time we clinched a quarter-final berth.

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Porto scored with virtually the last kick of the game to win a disjointed first leg in Portugal.

There was very little to choose between the sides in a stop-start encounter as the home team looked to stifle our play at every opportunity. Despite seeing more of the ball – and putting 10 corners into dangerous areas – we couldn’t break down our opponents, and were hit with a sucker punch very late on when Galeno curled home a wonderful strike from outside the area.

Porto’s English hoodoo
Porto line up for a team photo before the first leg
The Primeira Liga title looks to be slipping away for Porto, as they trail leaders Sporting Lisbon by seven points with nine games remaining, but since we faced off in the first leg they have taken a couple of big steps towards closing the gap between them and Benfica, who occupy the second Champions League qualification spot.

A 94th-minute equaliser for Gil Vicente salvaged a 1-1 draw that seemingly killed off all hopes of a top-two finish, but then an incredible 5-0 thrashing of reigning champions Benfica trimmed the gap to six points. A comfortable and expected 3-0 win at Portimonense on Friday saw the in-form Galeno score his fifth goal in his last five outings.

However they have never won a competitive European game in England in 22 attempts, and despite boasting plenty of Champions League pedigree having lifted the trophy in 2003/04, they have never won both legs of a knockout tie in the competition before, but they head to north London knowing a draw after 90 minutes will be enough.

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Preview: Arsenal v Porto
Jonathon Rogers
12 Mar 2024
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Arsenal v Porto

Having returned from Porto three weeks ago stung by a late winner for the hosts, Tuesday night sees us search for the two-goal victory that would clinch our first Champions League quarter-final in 14 years.

Galeno’s stoppage-time strike has handed our opponents a slender 1-0 first-leg advantage, but having won all three of our league matches since to top the Premier League, Mikel Arteta will be hoping a combination of that form plus home advantage can see us advance.

Amidst what is sure to be a special atmosphere in north London, we will be hoping history can repeat itself. Only once in our past 10 attempts have we managed to progress in the Champions League after losing the first leg, which was against the Portuguese giants in 2010 – ironically the last time we clinched a quarter-final berth.

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Porto scored with virtually the last kick of the game to win a disjointed first leg in Portugal.

There was very little to choose between the sides in a stop-start encounter as the home team looked to stifle our play at every opportunity. Despite seeing more of the ball – and putting 10 corners into dangerous areas – we couldn’t break down our opponents, and were hit with a sucker punch very late on when Galeno curled home a wonderful strike from outside the area.

Porto’s English hoodoo
Porto line up for a team photo before the first leg
The Primeira Liga title looks to be slipping away for Porto, as they trail leaders Sporting Lisbon by seven points with nine games remaining, but since we faced off in the first leg they have taken a couple of big steps towards closing the gap between them and Benfica, who occupy the second Champions League qualification spot.

A 94th-minute equaliser for Gil Vicente salvaged a 1-1 draw that seemingly killed off all hopes of a top-two finish, but then an incredible 5-0 thrashing of reigning champions Benfica trimmed the gap to six points. A comfortable and expected 3-0 win at Portimonense on Friday saw the in-form Galeno score his fifth goal in his last five outings.

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Arteta: “We’re certainly going to have to tweak a few things to generate much more than what we did against them. It’s the level of the Champions League; you’re facing top teams, the fact that there are two games as well plays on your mind and we’re going to have to be better tomorrow.

“Now we know them a bit better. We have played these kind of games many times in the Premier League, we played one two days ago. We’ll just focus on being ourselves and do more of the things that we can control better than we did a few weeks ago

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Preview: Arsenal v Porto
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Arsenal v Porto

Having returned from Porto three weeks ago stung by a late winner for the hosts, Tuesday night sees us search for the two-goal victory that would clinch our first Champions League quarter-final in 14 years.

Galeno’s stoppage-time strike has handed our opponents a slender 1-0 first-leg advantage, but having won all three of our league matches since to top the Premier League, Mikel Arteta will be hoping a combination of that form plus home advantage can see us advance.

Amidst what is sure to be a special atmosphere in north London, we will be hoping history can repeat itself. Only once in our past 10 attempts have we managed to progress in the Champions League after losing the first leg, which was against the Portuguese giants in 2010 – ironically the last time we clinched a quarter-final berth.

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Porto scored with virtually the last kick of the game to win a disjointed first leg in Portugal.

There was very little to choose between the sides in a stop-start encounter as the home team looked to stifle our play at every opportunity. Despite seeing more of the ball – and putting 10 corners into dangerous areas – we couldn’t break down our opponents, and were hit with a sucker punch very late on when Galeno curled home a wonderful strike from outside the area.

Porto’s English hoodoo
Porto line up for a team photo before the first leg
The Primeira Liga title looks to be slipping away for Porto, as they trail leaders Sporting Lisbon by seven points with nine games remaining, but since we faced off in the first leg they have taken a couple of big steps towards closing the gap between them and Benfica, who occupy the second Champions League qualification spot.

A 94th-minute equaliser for Gil Vicente salvaged a 1-1 draw that seemingly killed off all hopes of a top-two finish, but then an incredible 5-0 thrashing of reigning champions Benfica trimmed the gap to six points. A comfortable and expected 3-0 win at Portimonense on Friday saw the in-form Galeno score his fifth goal in his last five outings.

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Arteta: “We’re certainly going to have to tweak a few things to generate much more than what we did against them. It’s the level of the Champions League; you’re facing top teams, the fact that there are two games as well plays on your mind and we’re going to have to be better tomorrow.

“Now we know them a bit better. We have played these kind of games many times in the Premier League, we played one two days ago. We’ll just focus on being ourselves and do more of the things that we can control better than we did a few weeks ago.- read every word from Mikel’s pre-match press conference

Sergio Conceicao during a press conference
Sergio Conceicao: “Arsenal is part of the best championship in the world, and is accustomed to an intensity much higher than all its opponents in Europe. We are always competitive and tomorrow we will certainly be.

“We have to look at what our team is, looking at the great quality of Arsenal, which understands every moment of the game, exerts constant pressure. It’s a complete team, well-trained, and any of the players are very strong. We look at it with respect, not with any kind of fear.”

“[The atmosphere] means little to me. The atmosphere is part of football and we also have our fans, in fewer numbers, but with more passion. Declarations don’t play, it’s the players who play.”

 

David Raya is available again after not being able to play against his parent club Brentford on Saturday, while it remains to be seen if Gabriel Martinelli will be fit enough to be involved after he missed the game with a foot issue.

Arteta also hopes that Takehiro Tomiyasu might be available for the first time in 2024 after he returned to training, and since the first leg, Fabio Vieira, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Gabriel Jesus and Thomas Partey have all returned to action, leaving Jurrien Timber as our only other concern.

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