FC Porto vs Inter Milano.
The second leg of the match will be played at the Stadium do Dragao, where FC Porto will host Inter. The home record of the Dragons is 16W-1D-3L. Inter Milan will have their job cut out for them because FC Porto hasn't suffered many losses this year.
Romelu Lukaku's strike in the 86th minute gave Inter the victory in the first leg at the San Siro. As Otavio of FC Porto was dismissed after receiving a second yellow card, the score followed just eight minutes later.
Since losing to Inter, FC Porto has played three games, winning two and losing one. Following a weekend victory over Estoril at home (3-2), Porto enters the game.
Since winning at San Siro, Inter's performance has been lacking.
Prior to the game, two players for the Nerazzurri are injured, according to coach Simone Inzaghi. Because of bodily discomfort, defender Milan Skriniar is questionable. Due to a thigh injury, Joaquin Correa is doubtful to play. Correa has been receiving medical attention for some time.
Prior to the match in Portugal for the second leg, Porto coach Sergio Conceicao had two players undergoing medical attention. Evanilson, a forward, is out until the end of March due to a thigh injury. Conceicao will be without the services of goalkeeper Francisco Meixedo due to a ligament issue.
This season, Inter Milan has struggled on the road. Just 6W-3D-7L, with 25 goals for and 29 against, is the Nerazzurri's away record. In two of their games, they didn't lose.
For this prediction: Inter Milano to win this match or a draw.
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