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Chelsea vs Real Madrid Champions League Quaterfinal, Date, Time, Venue, Probable Playing XI; Know all

By Real11 - Apr 18 2023 315 Views
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Chelsea sets to face off against Real Madrid in UCL Clash

One of the most anticipated matches in the second leg of the Champions League will be the one between Chelsea and Real Madrid in the city of London on Tuesday(April 18), a tie in which Los Blancos took advantage in the first leg, winning 2-0, a result that It fell short if the performance shown on the field of play is taken into account.

The Blues did not raise their heads in this 2022-23 season, a campaign to forget in which they have disappointed in all the competitions they have held, including this Champions League where they are already on the brink of elimination. Chelsea currently stands in 11th position in the EPL points table with 31 points. Frank Lampard's side did not have a good previous result going into this match, being beaten 2-1 by Brighton last weekend.

In this commitment, not only was there a difference in the score, but the Gaviotas crushed them collectively, something similar to what Madrid did last week. They have been defeated in two of the three most recent clashes against the Spanish squad, a trend that may continue to spread this Tuesday.

Real Madrid did achieve a good previous result for this trip to England, beating Cádiz as a visitor by 2-0, a score that fell short if the difference that existed on the field of play is taken into account. The merengue team, the current champion of the best competition at the club level, wants to win UCL again, a tournament that seems to be in their DNA due to the great facility they always have to achieve it.

14-time UCL winners have great chances of winning in this key if it is taken into account that they have advanced in 18 of the 19 qualifiers in which they have led by two or more goals. In addition, they are experiencing a great moment, which has allowed them to win four of the five most recent matches they have played. Vinicius Jr did not see any activity in La Liga over the weekend due to muscle overload, but it is expected that he will be available again in a match in which his presence will be very important.

Chelsea has not managed to win any of the six most recent matches they have held taking all competitions into account, losing four of them and leaving a negative performance, especially in the offensive department, which has scored just one goal in the last five games.

 

Probable Playing XI:

Chelsea predicted XI (4-3-3): Thibaut Courtois; Dani Carvajal, Éder Militão, Antonio Rüdiger, Eduardo Camavinga; Luka Modric, Aurélien Tchouaméni, Toni Kroos; Federico Valverde, Karim Benzema, Vinicius Jr.

Real Madrid XI (4-3-3): Kepa Arrizabalaga; Reece James, Wesley Fofana, Thiago Silva, Marc Cucurella; N'Golo Kanté, Enzo Fernández, Mateo Kovacic; Raheem Sterling, João Félix, Mykhailo Mudryk

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