Chelsea travels to Real Madrid today for a highly anticipated Champions League match, which is their last chance to salvage something from their season.
Despite the club’s weekend loss to Wolves, Frank Lampard claimed that things will be “completely different” under his second leadership at the Bernabeu.
Chelsea vs Liverpool
Chelsea lost to Brighton 2-1 over the weekend as a result of their lackluster performance in the Bernabeu setback. having lost points while dominating in chances for months under Graham Potter. The rule of Frank Lampard has deteriorated.
The hosts have lost four of their past five games and are winless in six. In four of those, they have given up twice while scoring just three goals in response. The hosts have serious problems all over the field, making it difficult to see how they will even have a chance to win this game, let alone the draw.
Real Madrid enters this match with four victories in their past five while the Blues are having trouble. Karim Benzema is a striker who can end this match for the Spanish giants, who have scored twice in each of those five games.
The Spanish giants only hold a 2-0 lead from the first leg but, in truth, Chelsea didn’t lay a glove on them. With the Blues’ recent form reading awfully – three defeats and two draws in their last five – combined with the fact they’ll need to open up against Madrid means they’re liable to get picked off. Madrid has won three of their last four games too including pumping Barcelona 4-0.
Chelsea’s recent form does not remotely support them scoring in this game given they’ve blanked in each of their last four matches; however, they have home advantage here and will have to try and be adventurous to get back in the tie. That could see the net. Unfortunately for them, we can’t see them keeping a clean sheet against a side of Madrid’s caliber.
Tip: BTTS (YES)/ Real Madrid to Win
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Napoli vs AC Milan
Napoli is having a fantastic year. They are on the verge of winning the first Italian Serie A championship since 1990. Napoli leads the following team on the table by 14 points.
To win Serie A, Luciano Spalletti’s team needs a few more victories. Still, Napoli had only one victory in the previous four games. They lost 0-0 to Verona at home over the last weekend.
4th in Serie A is AC Milan. They are competing for a position in the Champions League for the following year. In the previous four games, AC Milan has not suffered a defeat. They tied Bologna in the previous match, which they played on the road.
The first leg of the Champions League quarterfinal between Napoli and AC Milan took place on Wednesday. The home team triumphed 1-0 at San Siro. Even yet, AC Milan played fairly enough to secure a significant victory.
Although Napoli is attempting to win this tie, they will view it as a position they can turn around. Although Napoli is the better team and had more possession and opportunities in the first leg, they will be without some key players in this game.
We just don’t see them crossing the finish line, especially given that Milan’s defense is strong and they’ve kept three straight clean sheets. Milan is a difficult team to beat because they have only lost one of their last five games. Four of Napoli’s previous five games have ended with at least one team scoring a goal.
For AC Milan, the final score in each of their last three matches has been “nil.” Additionally, at least one team has failed to score in front of the goal in four of the previous five head-to-head contests.
Tip: Draw/ BTTS (YES)
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