PSG vs Chelsea: Jose Mourinho's side again drawn against Ligue 1 champions as David Luiz makes his return to Stamford Bridge

Two clubs met in the quarter-final last season

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Chelsea will play against Paris Saint-Germain for the second year in a row in the Champions League.

Last season the teams met at the quarter-final stage with PSG dominating the first leg 3-1 before Chelsea managed a 2-0 win at home.

Chelsea needed an 87th minute goal from Demba Ba to set up their semi-final clash with Atletico Madrid.

The two clubs have only played twice before, in the group stage of the 2004-05 Champions League, where Chelsea won 3-0 in Paris and drew 0-0 at home.

The draw means Chelsea will welcome back Brazilian defender David Luiz, who was sold to the French club for £50million in the summer.

Jose Mourinho (second from right) celebrates with his players after Demba Ba (bottom left) scored the crucial second goal in the 2-0 win over PSG

Laurent Blanc's team have not been their usual dominant selves this season and are currently second in Ligue 1.

They've only lost one of their 18 matches this season but have drawn seven of those, and find themselves a point behind league leaders Marseilles. That first defeat of the season was a 1-0 loss to Guingamp at the weekend.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic remains their most dangerous player, the big Swedish striker leads the side with 10 goals, though he has missed a number of games with injury.

PSG qualified from Group F second behind Barcelona, picking up an impressive 13 points from their six matches.

They managed to beat the Catalan club 3-2 at the Parc des Princes, but in the final game lost 3-1 to Luis Enrique's team when a draw would have been enough to see them through as group winners.