Galatasaray v Chelsea: 10 reasons why Chelsea should fear tonight's Champions League opponents
From Didier Drogba to Galatasaray's league form, there a numerous reasons why the Blues could be the latest Premier League team to fall short in Europe
Wednesday 26 February 2014
Three Champions League games featuring English teams, three 2-0 defeats.
So can Chelsea provide a positive result - or even just get a goal?
The Blues are overwhelming favourites to take a step closer to the final in May ahead of their Round of 16 tie against Galatasaray, but the Turkish outfit should not be discounted.
While much of the pre-match talk has focused on Didier Drogba, who comes up against his former side, there are many more threats in Galatasaray's armoury.
We take a look at 10 things Jose Mourinho and his Premier League table-topping side should be wary of ahead of their visit to the Turk Telekom Arena.
Check out our guide below...
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