Chelsea Football Club will face a tough test on Wednesday during their Champions League clash with Seria A outfit Ac Milan at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea is facing a threat of elimination in the group stages as they tail their group with only 1 point, three behind group leaders Ac Milan who lead with 4 points. Dinamo Zagreb are the second with 3 points, then Red Bull Salzburg ate third with 2 points.
This is a must-win game for Chelsea because a loss will be devastating for their progress. However, Chelsea has got an upper hand when we consider the last five head-to-head statistics between the two teams. Chelsea has won thrice, and Ac Milan won once and had one draw. This ranges from 1999 up to 2016.
Chelsea has been successful in proceeding from the group stages to the group of 16 in many seasons and a win in this game will boost their chances of proceeding to the next stage. Ac Milan has not been that easy, they are a tough side that Chelsea must up their game for them to contain them.
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