The stage is set as Chelsea FC is set to lig horns with FC Porto in their second leg UCL quarter finals.
The match is taking place at Eatadio R. Sanchez Pizjuan in Sevilla
The centre referee is Clement Turpin from France.
In their first leg encounter Chelsea defeated FC Porto by a 2 goals margin giving them an edge ahead of their second leg clash.
However Chelsea is in a bit of trouble as one of their key players is down with an injury.
After arriving Sevilla, the Blues took to a warm up training session as usual when the unforseen and unexpected happened.
A rumour has it that one of the key players is down with an hamstring injury during the team's warm up session.
He's in person of Mateo Kovacic.
He's likely to be ruled out of the encounter ahead of the clash against FC Porto.
However there is hope for the tactician's side as Ngolo Kante will cover up at the mid field with Jeorgihno.
This is however a relief for Tuchel as it would have been a serious flop but for the alternatives especially now that Chelsea needs more concentration to defend their first leg win.
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