Chelsea v Atletico Madrid: 10 talking points ahead of Champions League semi-final second leg at Stamford Bridge
The winner of the fixture will face Real Madrid in the final on 24 May
Wednesday 30 April 2014
Atletico Madrid travel to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea tonight in the Champions League, with the tie finely balanced.
Last week, the teams drew 0-0 at the Vicente Calderon, with Chelsea putting in a fine defensive display, although they did lose key players Petr Cech and John Terry to injury.
The winner of tonight's return leg will take on Real Madrid, who defeated Bayern Munich 4-0 last night at the Allianz Arena, completing a 5-0 aggregate triumph over the Germans, the current holders of Europe's elite competition.
So here, we take a look at 10 of the main talking points surrounding tonight's match.
Check out our guide below...
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