Oporto - With Eintracht Frankfurt travelling to Portugal for the first leg of their UEFA Europa League Round of 32 tie away to FC Porto, bundesliga.com brought you live updates ahead of the encounter.

Relive all the build-up below and don't forget to check out our match report as well as the picture gallery after the final whistle.

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The action will be getting underway in only a few minutes in Portugal where FC Porto host Eintracht Frankfurt.

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Kick-off at Porto's Estadio do Dragao is almost upon us. We have the official line-ups for you here:

Veh will have to do without the services of midfielders , Tobias Weis and Jan Rosenthal, as well as defenders , Stefano Celozzi and Marc-Oliver Kempf against Porto. The club confirmed they have been omitted from the squad and will be training individually in Frankfurt.

Frankfurt may have found qualification for the last 32 of the Europa League rather easy, having won five of their six Group F encounters, but head coach Armin Veh warns that Eintracht are likely to be tested to the limit when they lock horns with Porto tonight. "They're a quality side that would also do well in the Bundesliga," says Veh of Portugal's champions, who are currently sitting in second in their domestic league. The 53-year-old has his sights set firmly on the next round, however: "I don't consider us as favourites, but we believe we have a chance."

(pictured) and would be well-advised to be particularly careful tonight, as another yellow card would rule either defender out of the second leg against FC Porto in a week's time at the Commerzbank Arena.

Porto, meanwhile, have four players that would face suspension if they were to be booked at the Estadio do Dragao.

Here's another snap from Porto were Frankfurt fans have gathered in anticipation of tonight's meeting with FC Porto.

"Happy Hessians everywhere," says this Tweet from the club's official German account.

Midfield trio , and have all returned from injuries this week, giving head coach Armin Veh a welcome selection headache ahead of tonight's encounter at the Estadio do Dragao, though it is not yet clear whether skipper Schwegler will be fit in time, having just recovered from a rib injury. "He'll have to decide whether he can cope with the pain," says Veh. Find out more in our exclusive match preview...