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Chelsea players undergo final training for tonight's match (See photos)

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By Dozo.ng | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 4023 views

In a series of photos posted by Chelsea FC on its official Twitter page, it's players were spotted taking part in different exercises ahead of their crucial Champions League game against Porto later tonight.

Recall that Chelsea beat Athletic Madrid 3 goals to nil on aggregate while Porto qualified for the Quarters after they stunned Juventus by away goal advantage.

Some of the players spotted include: Hakim Ziyech, Cristian Pulisic, Oliver Giroud, Thiago Silva among others.

See photos below:

Chelsea will still be missing the services of key man, Ngolo Kante. The Frenchman hasn't fully recovered from his injury.

Chelsea will be looking to bounce back in today's match after their embarrassing defeat against West Brom. Plenty of questions will be asked after the manner in which Chelsea lost against Sam Allardyce's men last time out, but Tuchel has options in abundance on the bench, which he should utilise for the first leg. Porto command plenty of respect after dumping Ronaldo led Juventus out of the tournament, but a fired-up Chelsea will be expected to bounce back immediately from their Premier League disappointment, so we predict a slender 'away' win for the Blues this week.

We at Dozo.ng predict a 2-1 victory in favor of the Blues.

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