Watch Chelsea vs Porto Live Stream - Tuesday 13 April 21:00

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Tuesday 13 April 21:00

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Chelsea vs Porto – UEFA Champions League Match Preview, Kick-Off Time & Match Prediction

Quarter-final, second leg, with Chelsea taking on Porto on Tuesday the 13th of April, 2021, at Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, in Seville, Spain.

Chelsea beat Porto 0-2 as guests last weekend, opening the scoring in the 32nd minute and finding a crucial second goal in the 85th. That game was played in Seville, just like this return leg, so Chelsea’s advantage is not as… undeniable as it would be if the second leg were hosted at Stamford Bridge (let alone with fans in the stands), but still, two goals is… significant. The way things have come, it feels like Chelsea have to shoot their own leg to not reach the semifinals. Their current form reads; WWLWW. They last played on Saturday, they easily beat Crystal Palace 1-4 as guests, taking a 0-3 lead in the 30th minute(!). They are on 54 points from 31 matches in the Premier League, sitting 5th in the table, one point below 4th-placed West Ham. Coach Thomas Tuchel played a 3-4-2-1 formation against Porto last week, with Havertz – somehow – up front, as a “false nine”, and Mount with Werner on the wings. It was Mount who opened the scoring in the first half and Chilwell who added the second goal in the dying minutes of the match.

Last week’s 0-2 defeat has left Porto with a mountain to climb. They need to score – at least – twice and keep a close eye on their defence as well. Their current form reads; WLWWW. They last played on Saturday, they beat Tondela 0-2 away from home in Portugal’s championship. Their win did not come that easily, the game was at 0-1 until the 83rd minute. Porto are on 60 points from 26 matches in their national championship, sitting second in the table, six points behind leaders Sporting Lisbon. Coach Sérgio Conceição played a 4-5-1 formation against Chelsea last week, with Marega up front. Porto have failed to score in just two of their last 14 matches (in all competitions) and last week’s 0-2 to Chelsea was one of those.

Chelsea and Porto have met nine times in the past, the London club have celebrated six victories, two matches have gone Porto’s way and one has ended in a draw. Goals in total, 14-7 (obviously for Chelsea).

A 2-1 victory for the hosts is predicted at full-time.

Date: Tuesday, 13th of April, 2021.

Venue: Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán

Kick-off time: 21:00 (GMT+2).

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