After the humbling defeat of Chelsea to West Brom in the premier league, Chelsea would like to return to winning ways in Sevilla where they play Porto in the Champions league quarter finals. The likes of Everton, Manchester United, Tottenham, Athletico Madrid and Liverpool have all failed to breach Chelsea's defense but Sam Allardyce's West Brom ended Thomas Tuchel's perfect home clean sheet record on Saturday.
Chelsea have come out on top in 5 of their 8 Champions League meetings with Porto since 2004. The most recent battle between the 2 clubs ended in a 2-0 win for the Blues during the 2015-16 group stage.
The formation above is a possible Chelsea starting Line up against Porto on Wednesday. The formation is a 3-4-3 formation which Thomas Tuchel has been playing since he arrived at Chelsea. Thiago Silva's red card might mean that he may be unavailable for the game against Porto.
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