LIVERPOOL are the second highest scorers in this season's Champions League and will be gunning for goals in tonight's last-16 first leg.
With red-hot Mo Salah leading the way Jurgen Klopp's men can put a foot in the last eight but even with £75million stopper Virgil van Dijk making his Euro debut for the club they're liable to concede.
Klopp's side have kept just one clean sheet – at whipping boys Maribor – in four away CL matches this season and Porto pose a threat even if top scorer Vincent Aboubakar, an injury doubt, misses out.
The Portuguese champs scored nine in three home group games and all went over 2.5 goals with both teams scoring. Tonight should be an open, attacking affair with a good chance of goals.