Chelsea once again travel to Seville for the 'home' second leg of their Champions League quarter-final showdown with Porto on Tonight.
Chelsea are blessed with a fully-fit squad for the second leg this week, as the well-rested Thiago Silva could earn an immediate recall to the squad after serving a domestic suspension against Crystal Palace.
Chelsea players are seen training so hard for their match today against Porto FC and it seems they are fully ready for Porto FC tonight and could possibly win them to qualify for the semi final match.
From how Chelsea players are training, it seems like Thomas Tuchel is sure to rotate his resources once again, as a reshuffle in attack could see Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner and perhaps even Olivier Giroud will possibly earn starts for the second leg while N'golo Kante has come back from his hamstring injury. Edouard Mendy will hope to match the current highest tally for an English club's shot-stopper this season.
We are ready for Porto FC tonight!!
Photos of Chelsea players undergoing training for their UCL clash tonight that shows that they are ready to face Porto FC:
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