Chelsea vs FC Porto

Chelsea vs FC Porto, UEFA Champions League: When And Where To Watch Live Telecast, Live Streaming. Chelsea will take on FC Porto in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie in Seville, Spain. Chelsea come into the match on the back of a 2-0 win in last week’s first leg. Mason Mount scored for Chelsea last Wednesday and put to rest FC Porto’s hopes of pulling off a Champions League upset. Ben Chilwell then capitalised on the lead and scored a late second goal to seal the match. Chelsea lead 2-0 in aggregate and are strong contenders for a semi-final spot. The last match was also played in Seville and it was a home game for FC Porto. Tomorrow’s match will have the roles reversed and it will Chelsea’s home game.

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Chelsea face FC Porto in the second-leg of the quarter-finals of the Champions League on Tuesday night at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán.

Thomas Tuchel’s side are in pole position to progress to the semi-finals after a 2-0 win in the first leg last Wednesday following goals from Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell.

Here are all the details that you need to tune in Chelsea versus FC Porto on Tuesday 13 April:

Kick-off time

United Kingdom

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+.

Chelsea have a great chance to advance to the Champions League semifinals for the first time since 2013-14 if we can finish the job against FC Porto. Leading 2-0 from last week’s first leg, technically the “away” leg, all we have to do is not lose by two goals in this rematch.


But this game will be historic either way, as it’s the first time a competitive Chelsea “home” match is being staged somewhere other than Stamford Bridge. Throughout our long and proud history — contrary to this blog’s cheeky name, we do have plenty of it — we’ve only ever called the stadium at Stamford Bridge home. After all, the club were founded to play at this specific location in 1905, and even as the stadium and its stands changed and evolved over the decades, that proud association did not.

Until today.

The “Pride of London” flag, normally seen surfing the crowd pre-match in the Matthew Harding Lower, has made the trip to Spain to decorate the “home” end of our one-off “home” stadium. Now we just need a performance befitting that dedication.

Date / Time: Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 20.00 BST; 3pm EDT; 12.30am IST (next day)
Venue: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium, Seville, Spain — just as the first leg
Referee: Clément Turpin (on pitch); François Letexier (VAR) — Turpin’s second Chelsea match; the first was last season 3-0 home defeat to eventual champions Bayern Munich in the Round of 16.
Forecast: Warm

On TV: BT Sport 2 (UK); Galavision (USA); Sony TEN 1 (India); SuperSport Máximo 1, Canal+ Sport 4 (NGA); elsewhere
Streaming: BT Sport Live (UK); Paramount+, Univision Now (USA); Sony LIV (India); DStv Now (NGA) — CBS All Access is now called Paramount+, which is the same not-great thing, with more mediocre content, and with football (and sports in general) even harder to find on it. Here’s SB Nation’s old CBS-AA affiliate link, which should still work. We also have a Fubo TV affiliate link, if you’re so inclined.

Chelsea team news: Young Billy Gilmour is the only official absentee from Chelsea’s 23-man traveling squad for this “home” match, though Andreas Christensen was forced to miss Saturday’s game with a hamstring injury, while others like N’Golo Kanté and Christian Pulisic have yet to engender too much confidence in terms of their constant and nagging injuries.

Mateo Kovačić may or may not be a doubt after yesterday’s training session as well.

The Blues have now won two in a row after the 5-2 debacle against West Brom, including the weekend’s showcase that saw us score more than two in a game for the first time under Thomas Tuchel. But this game will be all about getting the defensive aspect right, even if Tuchel promises no change in approach.

“We don’t approach games like this, to talk about the result we have and then change the approach to our game. It’s important to be fully focused on us, play the best game possible again because this increases our chances of a result.”

“For us if we start adapting we could easily lose our heads. Because what does it mean? That’s it’s enough to lose one-zero? It’s good to have a draw, or better to have one-zero for us. Why should we enter into this thinking? This is the challenge to not lose your head.”

FC Porto team news: Porto were without their two leading goalscorers, striker Mehdi Taremi and attacking midfielder Sergio Oliveira, in the first leg. They’ve both served their suspensions and will thus be available and most likely playing from the start as Porto look to come back from a two-goal deficit “away” but really at the same neutral ground as last week. Porto dispatched mid-table Tondela with relative ease over the weekend, 2-0.

“We are confident. We know that we face a difficult task, but we are here to give the answer that we have to give […] We have to be a compact, cohesive team. We have to score goals, but also to avoid conceding. We were good in the first leg, but not very good; if we were, we would have won. We will try to improve on what was a good team performance.”

Previously: This will be our tenth meeting all time; we’ve only lost two fo the previous nine, both by a 2-1 scoreline. Last week, we walked away with a clinical 2-0 first leg win.

Chelsea vs Porto preview, team news, stats, kick-off time

Chelsea hold a 2-0 lead from last week’s first leg; Thiago Silva could return; N’Golo Kante fit to start; Winner will face Real Madrid or Liverpool in the semi-finals; follow Chelsea vs Porto via our dedicated live blog on Sky Sports website and app on Tuesday; kick-off at 8pm

Team news, stats, kick-off time ahead of the Champions League quarter-final second leg between Chelsea and Porto on Tuesday.
Team news

Thomas Tuchel is blessed with a fully-fit squad for Chelsea’s Champions League quarter-final second leg in Seville. Thiago Silva could earn an immediate recall to defence after serving a domestic suspension against Crystal Palace.

Midfielder N’Golo Kante has recovered from a hamstring injury and is in contention to feature from the start, but Tuchel said: “We need to be careful about him. The question is whether we want him to start or finish the game. It is not answered yet, I will do this tomorrow.

Goals from Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell secured a comfortable 2-0 victory for Chelsea in last week’s first leg. Chelsea have kept three clean sheets in a row in the Champions League and are unbeaten in nine European matches.

Porto have to throw caution to the wind and will need to score at least three goals to turn the tables on Chelsea and reach the semi-finals.

But Porto manager Sergio Conceicao has admitted they will not take any risks with Sergio Oliveira’s fitness. Oliveira has scored 17 goals in all competitions for Porto and can return after suspension, but boss Conceicao is not sure whether he can manage 90 minutes.

We will see tomorrow,” said Conceicao. “As you know, the last match as I can say, he was not yet ready for the 90
minutes because of a small muscle problem and it is always dangerous.”

The winner will face either Real Madrid or Liverpool in the semi-finals.

How to follow

Follow live text commentary of Chelsea vs Porto through our dedicated live blog across Sky Sports’ digital platforms.

Chelsea have won the first leg of a UEFA Champions League knockout tie for the 11th time, progressing on eight of the previous 10 occasions, failing only against Barcelona in 1999-2000 and Liverpool in 2006-07.

There have only been four previous occasions of a side progressing after losing the first leg of a UEFA Champions League knockout tie without scoring a goal at ‘home’ – Ajax in 1995-96 vs Panathinaikos, Inter Milan in 2010-11 vs Bayern Munich, Manchester United in 2018-19 vs Paris SG and Spurs in 2018-19 vs Ajax.
Chelsea have won each of their last two matches in European competition that were held in Spain (4-0 vs Sevilla in the group stages and 2-0 vs Porto in the first leg) – they have never won three consecutive European matches held in Spain.

After beating Leicester City 5-0 in the group stages of this competition in December 2016, Porto are winless in their following seven matches against English sides in the UEFA Champions League (D2 L5), scoring only twice while conceding 16 goals themselves.
Chelsea are unbeaten in the UEFA Champions League this season (P9 W7 D2 L0), and could become the first English to go unbeaten across their first 10 games in a season in the competition since Liverpool in 2017-18 (11 games).

Chelsea have kept seven clean sheets in nine UEFA Champions League matches this season, the joint-most along with Manchester City; the last side to keep more clean sheets in a single campaign in the competition was Juventus in 2016-17 (nine). The Blues are looking to keep a clean sheet in four consecutive matches in the competition for the first time since a run of six ending in March 2008.

Porto have won only one of their 20 UEFA Champions League knockout stage matches as the away side (D6 L13), with that coming against Deportivo de La Coruña in the semi-finals in 2003-04.

Chelsea have won their last seven UEFA Champions League matches with Édouard Mendy in the team – the only goalkeeper to win more consecutive games for an English club in the competition is fellow Frenchman Fabien Barthez with Manchester United during the 2002-03 campaign (eight games).
Mason Mount is looking to become only the second Englishman to score in both legs of a UEFA Champions League knockout stage tie for Chelsea after Frank Lampard, who did so against Bayern Munich in 2004-05 at the quarter-final stage.

Chelsea have a great chance to advance to the Champions League semifinals for the first time since 2013-14 if we can finish the job against FC Porto. Leading 2-0 from last week’s first leg, technically the “away” leg, all we have to do is not lose by two goals in this rematch.