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Chelsea will have their sights set on the Champions League final when they take on Real Madrid on Tuesday night in the first leg of their last four clash.
The clubs are facing one another for the first time in 23 years, the last meeting being in the 1998 UEFA Super Cup, which the Blues won 1-0.
The Premier League side, who overcame Porto in their quarter-final after securing a 2-1 victory on aggregate, are unbeaten against Los Blancos and they will want to maintain that record.
However, Zinedane Zidane’s club are in good form after defeating Premier League holders Liverpool 3-1 on aggregate in their last eight encounter.
What time is Real Madrid vs Chelsea?
Kick-off in the Champions League semi-final is at 8pm on Tuesday, April 26 and will take place at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano.
The Champions League semi-final has been a long time coming for both clubs as Madrid haven’t reached this stage since 2018, while Chelsea last played last four in 2014.
TV Channel and live stream details
Tuesday’s Champions League semi-final will be shown on BT Sport 2.
Coverage of the Madrid vs Chelsea fixture will begin at 7pm and BT Sport subscribers will be able to watch online via the website and app.
The match comes a week after both clubs announced they would be a part of the European Super League. Since Chelsea have withdrawn from the controversial tournament but Madrid are only one of two clubs, the other being Barcelona, left in the competition.
Chelsea’s Mateo Kovacic has already been ruled out of the first leg by manager Tuchel. The Croatian is suffering from a thigh injury, but other than the former Real Madrid midfielder, the Blues do not have any fresh injury worries from their win against West Ham.
It could be good news for the Blues, as Real Madrid’s line-up will be without some of their key players. Sergio Ramos and Lucas Vazquez were both absent from their side’s draw against Real Betis on Saturday due to injury and are linked with moves away from the club this summer. Midfielder Federico Valverde is also out after contracting Covid-19.
Zinedine Zidane has also confirmed that Ferland Mendy is out of the first leg, whilst Toni Kroos is expected to return alongside Eden Hazard, who will face-off against his former club.
Real Madrid: Courtois; Varane, Militao, Nacho; Marcelo, Modric, Casemiro, Kroos; Junior, Benzema, Hazard
Chelsea: Mendy; Christensen, Silva, Rudiger; Azpilicueta, Jorginho, Kante, Mount, Chilwell; Pulisic, Werner