This Wednesday’s Champions League action sees one of the most interesting matches as Chelsea host Ukrainian Champions Dynamo Kiev at Stamford Bridge.
After 3 matches a-piece in Group G, Chelsea are third in the table with 4 points while Dynamo Kiev is second with 5 points. The group leaders Porto have 7 points and they face Maccabi Tel-Aviv who is yet to earn a point in the group.
Chelsea are coming into the match on the back of three defeats in a row and if the media are to be believed, time is running out for their head coach Jose Mourinho to save his job.
After 11 matches in the Premier League, Chelsea is 15th in the table with 11 points and at 14 point gap against league leaders Manchester City.
Dynamo Kiev witnessed a comfortable 2-0 win against Metalist at home in the weekend and are currently second in the Ukrainian League after 12 matches, level on 31 points with leaders Shakthar Donetsk.
The match is very significant for Chelsea because failing to win here may put their qualification hopes in danger, if Porto get the expected routine win over Maccafi on the same day.