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Chelsea vs Real Madrid: Predictions
Chelsea go into their second leg clash against Zinedine Zidane’s side on Wednesday night holding a slim advantage over the Madrid side with their single away goal from the first leg. It was Christian Pulisic who put the Blues in front last week, however, Karim Benzema’s stunning volley clawed Madrid a way back into the game
The game still lies on a knife-edge but Chelsea will be able to take confidence from the game in Madrid after dominating large parts of the game which could have seen them add more away goals to their tally. Timo Wener’s place in the Chelsea side may be under question for Wednesday’s clash after the German missed yet another golden opportunity in front of goal.
Both sides cruised to comfortable 2-0 wins in their respective leagues on the weekend but neither were able to heavily rotate their sides with so much still on the line for both sides domestically.
Zidane will be hoping he will be boosted by the return of Sergio Ramos for their trip to Stamford Bridge. The Spanish centre-back was seen in the stands for the first leg and going by his animation towards his teammates if there is any chance of him playing he will want to be involved for the game in London.
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Chelsea vs Real Madrid: Match Stats
In five of Madrid’s last six games, the scoreline has ended with under 2.5 goals. The only exception was their 3-0 victory over Cadiz a couple of weeks ago. As for the Blues, all of their last six games have ended with under 2.5 goals, including their impressive 1-0 victory over Manchester City in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.
Tuchel’s side managed five shots on target to Madrid’s one in the first leg and will be hoping they can prove more clinical in front of goal this time around. Under Tuchel, the Blues have lost just one game in all competitions and will hope they can continue that record with a place in the final at stake.
27 April 2021 – Real Madrid 1-1 Chelsea – Champions League
28 August 1998 – Chelsea 1-0 Real Madrid – UEFA Super Cup
21 May 1971 – Real Madrid 1-2 Chelsea – UEFA European Cup Winners Cup
19 May 1971 – Real Madrid 1-1 Chelsea – UEFA European Cup Winners Cup
Meetings between these two sides are few and far between, however, the Blues remain unbeaten in their four clashes against the Spanish giants. You have to go all the way back to 1998 for their last meeting but Chelsea are yet to lose against the Galacticos.