Champions League | Tuesday 25th November 2014 | 17:00
5/1 BATE borisov Odds to win
8/15 Draw Odds to win
3/1 Porto Odds to win
BATE borisov trip to Portugal ended in a 6-0 drubbing , Porto's biggest ever Champions League victory and BATE's heaviest away defeat. Worse was to come on home soil, though, with Shakhtar Donetsk going one better in a 7-0 win before BATE suffered another thrashing, 5-0, in their away match against the Ukrainians. BATE did pick up three points against Athletic Bilbao but must win both their remaining games in Group H to stand a chance of reaching the knockout stages. Yermakovich told a press conference, They fully understand how high the level is in the group stage of the Champions League. Porto is a very balanced team with top players. They are pleased to once again play against them, to feel their level, and to see where we are compared with such opponents. One thing is clear to them are to compete with rivals in open football would be meaningless. They will act differently. Porto are already assured of a place in the last 16 and can clinch top spot in the group with victory over BATE if Shakhtar fail to beat Bilbao. Despite the ease of their victory first time around, boss Julen Lopetegui expects a tough test on Tuesday. Julen Lopetegui said BATE had a great Champions League qualification, they are constantly taking titles in the Belarusian championship and they deservedly beat Athletic. They understand that they must play at their maximum and have great respect for the opponent.