Italian Serie A giants Juventus will welcome European champions Chelsea to the Allianz stadium in Turin in their Matchday Two encounter in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday night. The tie between the Bianconeri and the Blues promises to be a mouthwatering contest as the Champions League continues with all it's unexpected drama.
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Chelsea suffered their second defeat of the season at the hands of Juventus in their second group stage match of the UEFA Champions League by 2-1 through Frederico Chiesa 46th minute strike. Juventus put up a scintillating display as they went into the game without their two most prolific strikers; Alvaro Morata and Paulo Dybala, who have both contributed to eight of their goals scored this season.
Chelsea and Juventus will be looking to win and take control of Group H when both sides clash in the Champions League on Wednesday. However, both sides will have to find a way to do that below full strength as they each have several key players injured. We will be revealing only the players that are certain to miss the game and telling you their likely return dates.
Romelu Lukaku moved to Chelsea, inherited the number 9 shirt from the outgoing Tammy Abraham, and immediately started firing in the goals without looking back. He netted 3 goals in 4 EPL games, and also scoring on his first Champions League game with the Blues against Zenit St Petersburg.
Chelsea will take on Juventus in the Uefa Champions League on Wednesday. The Blues are in the same group with Juventus, Zenit Saint Petersburg and Malmo FF. In match day one, Chelsea defeated Zenit by 1 goal to nil courtsey of Lukaku's second half strike, while Juventus thrashed Malmo 3:0
As Chelsea prepares to face Juventus in their second UEFA Champions League group game of the season on Wednesday evening, it's difficult not to draw parallels between a past Chelsea striker and a current one. On the 27th of September, four years ago, the Blues won a historic 2-1 away match against Atletico Madrid at the brand-new Wanda Metropolitano.
Romelu Lukaku started his second Chelsea career in fine form, scoring four goals in his first five games. Romelu Lukaku's impressive start to the season won the heart of every Chelsea fan as they believed the club has finally signed a prolific striker. Going down the memory lane, Chelsea is unfortunate when it comes to signing prolific strikers as most of the signings ended up becoming a flop at the club.
Spain will play against Italy in a tough UEFA Nations League semi-final at the San Siro tonight. The winner of tonight's match will play against either France or Belgium in the final of the Nations League. Despite going far at the Euro 2020, Spain has a lot of areas to focus on as they prepare for their clash against Italy.
Ahead of tomorrow's match against Chelsea, Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri held a press conference today. We could picked out two things he revealed about Chelsea that are true. Massimiliano Allegri mentioned the players available to face Chelsea and those that will be unavailable, Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata are already out of the squad after they picked up an injury in their last match.
chelsea will bounce back from their premier league defeats against Manchester city on Saturday last week as they travel to Allianz stadium to face Juventus on Wednesday night. Juventus managed to escaped from the hands of sampdoria in their Italian league last weekend while Chelsea gave up to lost to Manchester City.
Chelsea team are set to face Seria A Giant in the UEFA Champions League in the coming hours. The Seria A Giant remains one of the top-flight teams in the Italian league and the world respectively. Despite the fact that Alvaro Morata and Paulo Dybala have been ruled out of the match, Juventus still has some prolific players to inhibit Thomas Tuchel’s plan in winning its second match in the Champions League this season.
Romelu Lukaku began his second spell at Chelsea with a goal against Arsenal and he has only scored twice in the EPL since then. Lukaku has only scored against Aston Villa and Arsenal in the Premier League and Chelsea fans are beginning to see familiar worrying signs they saw from other strikers that flopped at Chelsea from the Belgian striker.
Thomas Tuchel and his Chelsea Squad left London for Italy on Tuesday afternoon. The Blues travelled to the Italian capital in preparation for their second Champions League clash. Italian Giant Juventus will host Chelsea on Wednesday evening at the Allianz Stadium. Both Chelsea and Juventus are the muscle of their group and it's expected that the winner and the runner up of their group will be among the two Clubs.
Chelsea will travel to Turin to face Massimiliano Allegri’s men in the matchday 2 of the UEFA Champions League. The blues narrowly won their opening game by a Romelu Lukaku goal in the second half. However, Tuchel’s men have been hit with a big blow as star midfielder, N’Golo Kante will not take part in the cracker tomorrow as he will miss due to illness.
Paris Saint German forward Lionel Messi scored his first goal in four matches,to hand PSG their first win in the champions league this season. Match day two in the Champions league will produce more interesting games, as Defending Champions Chelsea travel to Italy to face a Juventus that have been struggling after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Chelsea is preparing to face Italian club Juventus in their second UEFA Champions League Match. The Thomas Tuchel side won their first Match against Zenith, with Romelu Lukaku scoring the winning goal in the match. However, it has been reportedly confirmed that the two sides would play without some of their key players.
Alvaro Morata has been on the move since he first made a name for himself at a young age. The attacker came up through Real Madrid's youth system before joining Juventus for the first time in 2014. Los Merengues chose to use their buy-back option after two strong seasons, only to sell the player again, this time to Chelsea.
Chelsea will be going into the second game of the UEFA Champions League group stages with lots of injury worries. The blues will be without some of their key players as the likes of N'Golo Kante, Christian Pulisic, Reece James, and Mason Mount will be missing out of tonight's encounter.