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• This campaign will be the club's first in the group stage.
• Five separate scorers struck Austria's five goals in qualifying: Roman Kienast, Marin Leovac, Daniel Royer, Florian Mader and Marko Stanković.
• Tomáš Jun is the only Austria Wien player with UEFA Champions League experience having appeared 12 times for AC Sparta Praha in 2003/04 and 2004/05.
• Austria have scored 95 goals in the European Champion Clubs' Cup.
• In: Rubin Okotie (SK Sturm Graz), Daniel Royer (Hannover 96), Christian Ramsebner (SC Wiener Neustadt).
• Out: Nacer Barazite (AS Monaco FC), Sebastian Wimmer (SC/ESV Parndorf 1919, loan), Martin Harrer (SC Rheindorf Altach, loan).
• Five Austria Wien players were on senior duty during the international break: Philipp Hosiner, Manuel Ortlechner, Heinz Lindner, Markus Suttner (Austria) and James Holland (Australia).
• None of the Austrian quartet made it off the bench during their country's FIFA World Cup qualifying matches against Germany and the Republic of Ireland, while Holland suffered the same fate in Australia's 6-0 loss to Brazil.
• Austria Wien's last three matches have all been at home and they have not won any, drawing one and suffering 3-2 losses to GNK Dinamo Zagreb and, on Saturday, SV Grödig.
• The Violets won the 2012/13 Austrian Bundesliga with a record points total, their tally of 82 surpassing the previous high of 81 set by SK Sturm Graz in 1997/98.
• Hosiner won Austria's golden boot last season with 32 goals in 36 games and has scored three in seven league outings this season.
• Alexander Gorgon has been unavailable since suffering a major leg injury in mid-August.
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• Like FC Barcelona and Real Madrid CF, Porto are embarking on their 18th UEFA Champions League campaign. Only Manchester United FC (19) have appeared more.
• Paulo Fonseca is set for his first taste of European football having signed a two-year contract with Porto in June after guiding FC Paços de Ferreira to a third-placed finish, the club's best ever position.
• The 2-0 defeat at Málaga CF which sealed their exit from last season's round of 16 was the club's 100th loss in UEFA competition.
• Lucho González has scored in each of the nine seasons he has appeared in the UEFA Champions League – six with Porto and three with Olympique de Marseille.
• Steven Defour serves a one-match ban following his red card against Málaga in last season's last-16 second leg.
• In: Diego Reyes (CF América), Josué (FC Paços de Ferreira), Juan Quintero (Pescara Calcio), Hector Herrera (CF Pachuca), Carlos Eduardo (Estoril Praia), Nabil Ghilas (Moreirense FC), Licá (Estoril Praia), Ricardo (Vitória SC), Sinan Bolat (R. Standard de Liège).
• Out: James Rodríguez (AS Monaco FC), João Moutinho (AS Monaco FC), Christian Atsu (Chelsea FC), André Castro (Kasımpaşa SK, loan), Abdoulaye Ba (Vitória SC, loan).
• Nine Porto players were on senior duty during the international break: Josué, Licá (Portugal), Jorge Fucile (Uruguay), Jackson Martínez, Quintero (Colombia), Nabil Ghilas (Algeria), Reyes, Herrera (Mexico) and Eliaquim Mangala (France).
• Licá made his senior debut on 10 September, coming off the bench for the final minutes of Portugal's 3-1 defeat by Brazil in a friendly match played in Boston, United States.
• Defour scored Belgium's first in a 2-0 FIFA World Cup qualifying win in Scotland on 6 September which leaves the Red Devils a win away from securing a first major finals appearance since 2002.
• Ricardo scored Portugal's last goal in a 5-1 home win against Norway in their opening U21 qualififier.
• Jackson Martínez, the 26-goal Portuguese Liga top scorer last term, has scored in each of Porto's five games – and wins – in all competitions this season.
• Silvestre Varela scored eight minutes into his first league appearance of the season on Saturday as Porto beat Gil Vicente FC 2-0. Quintero made his first league start, while Maicon limped off early in the first half having damaged his left ankle.
• First-half goals from Licá, Jackson Martínez and Lucho helped Porto to a 3-0 win against Vitória SC on 10 August, their 20th Portuguese Super Cup.
• Porto started the league campaign with a 3-1 win at Vitória FC, meaning they have not lost their first league match of the season since 2001/02.
• Porto are 47 matches unbeaten in the league, since a 3-1 loss at Gil Vicente FC on 29 January 2012.
• The Dragons are 74 games unbeaten at home in the Liga, dating back to 25 October 2008 and a 3-2 loss to Leixões SC.
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