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Chelsea's Possible Starting 11 That Might Defeat Real Madrid In The Champions League

Chelsea's path to the <a class=Champions League final revealed with Blues to face Porto in last eight -"/>Chelsea have come a long way to reach in the Semi finals of the Champions League. They finished 1st in the group stage where they had Sevilla, Rennes and FK Krasnodar with14 points. They then had to go through Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid in the round of 16 with a 3-0 aggregate win.Pin di chelsea <3

In the Quarter Finals, they had to face FC Porto where they won 2-1 on aggregate. It was then confirmed that Chelsea will meet Spanish giants Real Madrid in the semi finals on 27th April and 5th may.

We take a look at the possible starting 11 Thomas Tuchel might opt to use on Tuesday against Real Madrid.

Goalkeeper; Eduardo Mendy

The Chelsea number one has been excellent in the Champions League this season. He has a total of 25 saves in 9 appearances for Chelsea this season.From unemployment to Champions League: The remarkable story of Chelsea  goalkeeper Edouard Mendy

Center Back; Antonio Rudiger

The German was rarely used by Frank Lampard but has found his way back into the team under the new manager. He was solid against Atletico Madrid on both legs.Rudiger will not seek Champions League 'revenge' for Chelsea

Center Back; Andreas Christensen

His partnership with Antonio Rudiger under Thomas Tuchel has been outstanding. He has 278 passes and a 90% passing accuracy in 4 appearances.Why Andreas Christensen doesn't start crucial Champions League tie »  Chelsea News

Center Back; Ceser Azpilicueta

The Chelsea captain has been a regurlar starter for Thomas Tuchel. However he has been forced to play in the center back position rather than his natural left back position due to Tuchels 3-4-4 formation with a 3-man backline.Cesar Azpilicueta sets Chelsea new Champions League target before Sevilla  visit -

Right Midfielder; Recce James

The English full back has adopted to his new right midfield position with more freedom offensively. He is expected to start ahead of Hudson Odoi.Reece James opens up on 'strange' Chelsea season | The Independent

Left Midfielder; Marcos Alonso

Alonso and Rudiger were all rarely used by Frank Lampard but found their way back into the team under Tuchel. He is expected to start ahead of Ben Chilwell.Alonso's father says Chelsea star has 'learned' valuable lesson after  testing period under Lampard |

Central Midfielder; Mateo Kovacic

Kovacic excellent ball control has seen him get in the starting 11 more oftenly. He has had a hamstring problem recently but might come back to face his former club.Chelsea news: Thomas Tuchel dedicates Champions League quarter-final win to  Mateo Kovacic | Metro News

Central Midfielder; Jorginho

He was the man of the match in their 1st leg game against Porto. Thomas Tuchel is very likely to use him against Real Madrid since the Italian has a goal and an assist in the champions league so far.Jorginho still looking to prove critics wrong, and win something with  Chelsea, too - We Ain't Got No History

Left Winger; Mason Mount

The 22 year old has 1 goal and 1 assist for Chelsea in the champions league so far. He was influencial in their 1st leg against Porto.Porto 0-2 Chelsea: Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell secure huge Champions League  win | Football News | Sky Sports

Right Winger; Hakim Ziyech

He currently has 2 goals in the campaign. He was among the 2019 Ajax team that eliminated Chelsea in the Champions league and will be looking to do it again with Chelsea.Chelsea fans blown away by Hakim Ziyech after his Champions League  performance - The Chelsea Chronicle

Striker; Timo Werner

The German has 3 goals and 2 assists so far in the competation. He is expected to start against Real Madrid since his pace might really be a problem for defenders.Timo Werner explains why he took Chelsea's penalties in 3-0 win vs Rennes -

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