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Barcelona vs Chelsea – massive Champions League night upcoming in Spain
There is going to be a very exciting game at the Nou Camp on Wednesday night in the UEFA Champions League. Barcelona and Chelsea are drawing 1-1 after their first game in London three weeks ago and the fixture is so close that it is difficult to pick which side will get through to the quarter-finals from the last-16.
Chelsea were very strong in that game but they will need to be at their best if they are going to knockout the Spanish league leaders. They deserved respect themselves, as they are the current English champions.
Barcelona have lost just one time since August and they are still unbeaten in La Liga so they are one of the most in-form teams in Europe. They also have the best player in the world Leo Messi on their team so they will be dangerous in attack – the Argentinian has scored 32 goal this season. Chelsea won the 2012 Champions League and during that season they knocked out Barcelona.
The tactics of Chelsea will be very interesting, and Antonio Conte will have to allow his players to both attack and defend at their best if they are to get into the last-eight of the tournament. Eden Hazard is Chelsea’s most talented player, so if he performs well then his side’s chances of beating Barcelona will increase – the Blues must score in Spain if they are to get through.
If you are looking for a top sports betting website to enjoy with this game then Tipbet.com is highly recommended. All Champions League games have great odds with Tipbet and for this fixture they have Barcelona at 1.22 to defeat their opponents by any means, or 1.45 in normal time. Extra-time is rated at 5.25 and this will occur if there is a 1-1 draw. Chelsea are at 4.25 to advance to the last-eight and many more odds are offered.
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