Chelsea face Real Madrid in the second-leg of the semi-finals of the Champions League on Wednesday night at Stamford Bridge.
Thomas Tuchel’s side are in pole position to reach the final in Turkey after a 1-1 draw in the first leg last week in Spain. The winner will face Manchester City in the final after they knocked out Paris Saint-Germain.
Here are all the details that you need to tune in Chelsea versus Real Madrid on Wednesday 5 May:
Kick-off gets underway at 20:00 UK time.
United States of America
Eastern time: 15:00 EST
Pacific time: 12:00 PST
How to Watch
For UK supporters, the game will be broadcasted live on BT Sport and available via the BT Sport App.
US customers can view the Champions League clash live on Paramount+.
Referee: Daniele Orsato (ITA)
They were without Mateo Kovacic for the first leg and they will be again when his former club make the visit to Stamford Bridge.
“Mateo [Kovacic] will not be in the squad,” confirmed Tuchel to the media on Tuesday afternoon.
Antonio Rudiger is fit and available for selection as is Mason Mount, who landed awkwardly on his back during Chelsea’s 2-0 win over Fulham on Saturday.
Tuchel added: “I think that Toni [Rudiger] will play with a mask, because he trained yesterday in a mask.
“Everybody else is in training today, so hopefully we will have no new injuries today and that means everybody is available except for Mateo Kovacic.”
Tuchel hinted at minimal selection changes from the first leg but refused to confirm any of his decisions.
“I will not give any hint, I will wait until tomorrow (Wednesday) and make my decisions very late like I usually do,” continued the Chelsea head coach.
“I have my ideas in my mind, but I have been too long in the business to know that anything can happen in the last training sessions and I can change my mind.
“I need another sleep and tomorrow I will decide on the lineup. I will give it to my team first this is the way it is. I want to be sure we play a good match with the lineup we have, a strong performance.”