Real Madrid will be facing Chelsea this week for the second leg of UEFA champions league match in their home ground. The first leg the two met and they managed to defeat Chelsea football club boys with a 3:1.
This week's match, Chelsea are likely to defeat their opponents due to injuries that have affected some of the key players in the squad. The following players are likely to miss their match against Chelsea.
1. Eden Hazard.
Eden who is currently nursing minor injuries is likely going to miss this match. He has been affected by injury for sometime. This might weaken the squad since he is also one of the key centre back players in the squad. He may be replaced by Casemiro who is also the best.
2. Luka Jovic.
Luka Jovic is another player who is nursing ankle injury. He suffered ankle injury in training and he is going to miss tomorrow's match. This is also going to affect the club as a whole and might miss out of the semi-final.
On the other hand, Chelsea is determined to come back from behind and defeat Real Madrid so that they could qualify for semi's. I hope they are going to do the best.
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