Malaga vs. Porto: Time and TV Schedule

Dean Mouhtaropoulos

This is the only interesting UEFA Champions League game that will be played on Wednesday. Watch it!

At least one of Wednesday's UEFA Champions League games will matter. Porto head to Spain hoping to defend their lead against CF Malaga, who've never reached the quarterfinals of the European Cup in their 108-year history. And it's by no means a guarantee that the visitors will go through -- although Porto dominated the first leg, they only managed to win 1-0 through a Joao Moutinho goal, and that means that the Anchovies have a chance of getting through.

They'll need better out of their creative players -- Isco was a non-factor at the Dragao, and Malaga generally struggles to score unless he's on the ball frequently. They have plenty of players who can finish, but no superstar strikers who are likely to create their own shot. On the other side of the ball, Porto will enter the game confident that they can progress. If they score just once, Malaga will need to score three goals.

Malaga injuries and suspensions

Out: Eliseu (knee).

Porto injuries and suspensions

Team fully fit.

Date/Time: Wednesday, March 13th. 8:45 p.m. CET (3:45 p.m. EDT).

Venue: La Rosaleda, Málaga, Spain.

TV Schedule: C+ HD (Spain), TVI (Portugal), Sky Sports 4 (UK), Fox Soccer Plus (USA).

Watch Online: Fox Soccer 2 Go (USA).

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