Already today, we can say with certainty that Real Madrid are eliminated from the Spanish championship race. Zidane’s team can now focus entirely on the Champions League. This means only one thing - Chelsea are done.
Real Madrid: It’s important not to concede an away goal
In fact, last week’s La Liga encounter was crucial in deciding whether Real Madrid would continue to fight for the title. It so happened that Madrid didn’t put much effort into the game and got away with a rather paltry draw. What it was, you decide, but there’s a clear feeling that the boys were just thinking about Tuesday’s match. Let Atlético and Barcelona fight for the La Liga title, and we’ll win the Champions League in peace. I think that’s what the players and coaching staff at Real Madrid think.
Actually, in the game against Liverpool, we saw the best version of Madrid. A team that can play for results with anyone, anywhere. On Tuesday, the Los Blancos face Chelsea, and it is very important not to concede in this match at least. One away goal can kill any team in a tournament like this. Zidane will approach this task as responsibly as possible.
Chelsea: There will be real resistance in the semi-finals
Chelsea have a very hard time scoring when it comes to a more or less difficult opponent. And they score themselves and do not let their opponents score. They are like English Atletico. So far, Tuchel has been doing an excellent job of balancing between the EPL and the Champions League, but it seems that team will soon collapse on one of the fronts. And it feels like it will be the Champions League.
Just think back to who Chelsea played in the Champions League play-offs before Real Madrid. Half-dead Atletico, who gave up 10 points in the league, then Porto, who miraculously got to the quarterfinals at all. And now, finally, a really big opponent. An opponent that will die on the pitch, but will not let Chelsea play their football.
Expert Betting Tips
Real Madrid have not conceded in four consecutive matches. I think Chelsea will score one goal, but no more than that. There is a great bet on Chelsea’s individual TU (1) for 1.8, which in case of one goal will be returned. You can also try Real Madrid’s victory for 2.33. After all, the match is a home one, and going to London without any advantage under our belt is very dangerous. Well, I will propose to put together the first two bets and make a bet on Real Madrid’s win to nil. The odds are 3.64. I think it will not be the best night for the Chelsea fans. Good luck to everyone!