Chelsea will be looking to make a comeback in the Champions League last-16 when they take on Borussia Dortmund at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night. The Blues are currently trailing 3-0 from the first leg in Germany, and will need to produce a remarkable performance if they are to progress to the quarter-finals.
Chelsea have been in good form in the Premier League of late, and will be hoping to take that form into the Champions League. They have won their last four league games, and have been particularly impressive in attack, scoring 13 goals in those four matches. However, they will need to be at their very best if they are to overcome the three-goal deficit against Dortmund.
The German side have been in excellent form in the Bundesliga this season, and are currently second in the table. They have been particularly impressive in attack, scoring an impressive 57 goals in their 22 league games. They have also been impressive in the Champions League, and have won all three of their group stage games.
One of the key players for Dortmund will be their young English midfielder Jude Bellingham. The 17-year-old has been in excellent form this season, and has already made 24 appearances for the club. He has scored three goals and provided four assists, and will be looking to add to his tally against Chelsea.
Chelsea will be hoping to contain Bellingham and the rest of the Dortmund attack, and will be looking to their own attacking players to provide the goals. Timo Werner has been in good form of late, scoring four goals in his last four league games, and will be looking to add to his tally against Dortmund.
The Blues will also be hoping that their talismanic midfielder N’Golo Kante can produce a performance to help them to victory. The Frenchman has been in excellent form this season, and will be looking to help his side to a memorable comeback.
The game will be broadcast live on BT Sport in the UK, and will kick off at 8pm GMT. It promises to be an exciting game, and Chelsea will be hoping to produce a memorable performance to keep their Champions League dreams alive.