Porto needs to score to have a chance - as slim as it can be. Because, the first leg ended in a 1-1 draw giving Roma an edge with an away goal. Therefore the Portuguese will have to play an open game at least till the moment they score. Hard to believe Roma will sit idle and let that happen. They will ambush the eager to score Portuguese and will capitalize on counter strikes. Porto will have to be very disciplined if they want to advance and opposite of that is what they are - no real discipline that can have them play tactically till the end of the game putting the all out war expecting Italians to sleep - and only then to strike. Again - planning such things against Roma prior to playing them in Olympico - that is very much not realistic.
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* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.