Chelsea are fortunate enough to reach their third Champions League final against Real Madrid on Wednesday night.
The Blues earned their elusive first Champions League victory in 2012, having come close on several occasions in the past, most notably when they lost to Manchester United on penalties in 2008.
They enter the semi-final second leg with Real Madrid holding a slight advantage due to Christian Pulisic’s away goal in last week’s 1-1 draw in the first leg.
But the Blues will know they could have been out of sight after the first leg, having dominated Real in the first half and failed to capitalize on what was an extremely impressive performance.
If they reach the final it will mean Thomas Tuchel will have the chance to win a brace in the European Cup and FA Cup in his first five months at the helm.
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Kick-off at Stamford Bridge will take place on Wednesday evening at 8 p.m.
Chelsea will be without midfielder Mateo Kovacic due to the hamstring injury that has ruled him out in recent weeks, with Tuchel confirming the Croatian’s absence on Tuesday.
The Blues boss, however, expects Antonio Rudiger to be available, with the help of a face mask.
Chelsea are also set to welcome Jorginho, Christian Pulisic and N’Golo Kante again after the trio rested in the 2-0 win over Fulham this weekend.
As for Real, Tuchel has said he expects Sergio Ramos to return after missing the last seven weeks with injury.
Zinedine Zidane will also host Ferland Mendy again following an injury and Marcelo is also set to start, having been released from his electoral duties.
But there are major doubts about center-back Raphael Varane, after being forced to leave Osasuna.
As for Real, they have the chance to win a fourth Champions League in six years.
TV and Live Stream Details
The game will be televised on BT Sport, with coverage starting at 7 p.m.
The game will also be available online through the BT Sport and Sky Sports website and apps.
Chelsea get into this match with a comfortable 2-0 victory over local rivals Fulham, thanks to Kai Havertz’s brace.
Los Blancos also secured a 2-0 victory this weekend, but they worked harder for their win over Osasuna. Los Blancos had to wait until the last 14 minutes for Eder Militao and then Casemiro to give them the victory.
This means Zidane’s men are two points behind rivals Atletico in second place, on par with Barcelona, with four games to go.
Chelsea, on the other hand, remain on track to secure Champions League football again, as they currently sit in fourth place, three points ahead of West Ham United.