Chelsea have finished their preparations for the the big day tomorrow. They seem to have picked their energy back. Tuchel has cleared the air about the bust between Rudiger and Kepa Arrizabalaga. He claims it was not bad and the two players have handled it. Chelsea have released the 21 man squad to travel to Spain. No injuries for the Blues as Kante and Tammy Abraham make comebacks. The Blues are hopeful to have another good trip to Spain in Seville again.
On the other side, Porto FC are on their way to Spain. Their manager has briefed on Team news and availability of their players. When questioned about Chelsea’s 5-2 defeat, he expressed his wish for Chelsea to have won it. He thinks that when they lost, it will give them more hunger to win. If they won, they will come relaxed a bit. He said, "I would prefer they won the game than lost, these situations ring alarm bells and they get more aware of possible dangers. I don't like that kind of defeat but it is what it is."
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