Chelsea will play FC Porto in the quarter finals of UEFA champions league tomorrow night. To get to the quarter finals Chelsea battled past Atletico Madrid in the round of 16 while Porto stun Cristiano Ronaldo's led Juventus in the round of 16.
Both teams will lock horns in the quarter finals for a place in the semi finals. The good news for Chelsea is that their opponent, FC Porto will be without two of their top scorers for the first leg due to suspension. Both Sergio Oliveira and Mehdi Taremi are Porto's top goal scorer this season in all competitions, unfortunately for them, they both received their second yellow card against Juventus in the second leg of their round of 16 tie in Italy.
Porto will also be without Malang Sarr who is still a Chelsea player on loan to the Portuguese giant. He cannot play because Chelsea is his parent club. This is certainly a cheering news for Thomas Tuchel and his Chelsea team and Chelsea fans across the world.
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