Chelsea are in a little advantage to get through to the quarter finals tonight. with a 0-1 victory in the first leg, a superb fine bicycle kick from Oliver Giroud broke the deadlock in the second half. Chelsea could have won with more goals if not for Jan Oblak excellent goal keeping.
Thomas Tuchel has to do without four key players ahead of tonight second leg tie. Both jorginho and Mason Mount were booked in the first leg so they are been suspended why Thiago Silver and Tammy Abraham still injured and could not make it for today's cracker.
Following Jose Jimenez's return to action at the weekend. Deigo Simeone has no injury or suspension concerns and his looking forward to win against the Blues. Can they make it happen today?
Now take a look at the possible line up for today's match.
Chelsea without Jorginho and Mason Mount might look far different today as they welcome Atletico Madrid tonight.
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