Chelsea Stronger Line Up that Could Beat Atletico Madrid & Qualify to the Next Stage
By PoliticalEntertainment | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 1273 views
Chelsea will take on Atletico Madrid tonight in UEFA Champions League round of 16 second second leg fixture. Chelsea won the reverse fixture 1-0 courtesy of Olivier Giroud spectacular overhead goal. Chelsea drew 0-0 against Leeds United while Atletico Madrid drew 0-0 against Getafe; which shows how strong their defence is currently. Chelsea will need just a draw inorder to qualify to the next stage hence likely to play a more defensive style of football. Chelsea are currently 4th in Premier League table standings with 51 points while Atletico Madrid currently lead the Laliga Table with 63 points.
The Blues Strongest Starting XI Line Up will comprise of Goalkeeper Edourd Mendy covered by 3 centre backs including Christensen, Rudiger & Azipilicueta. The midfield will usher in Ben Chillwell, Reece James, Kovacic & Ngolo Kante while Kai Havertz will lead the attack as centre forward alongside Timo Werner & Callum Hudson Odoi as Chelsea atleast needs any kind of draw to qualify to Champions League Quarter finals.
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