Real Madrid vs Chelsea live stream: how to watch the Champions League quarter-final online and on TV, team news. Real Madrid vs Chelsea live stream: TV schedule, team news, kick-off time and more

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Chelsea 3-1 down ahead of their Champions League quarter-final second leg at Real Madrid; Man City take a slender one-goal advantage to Atletico Madrid on Wednesday; Liverpool have one foot in semi-finals after 3-1 win over Benfica in first leg; Villarreal take 1-0 lead to Bayern Munich

Chelsea have a mountain to climb at the Bernabéu on Tuesday night, with a two-goal deficit to make up if they’re to have any hope of making the last four of the Champions League. Will it be a famous night for the Blues in Madrid? Make sure you know how to watch a Real Madrid vs Chelsea live stream from anywhere the world.

Chelsea warmed up for their trip to the Spanish capital with a 6-0 thrashing of Southampton on Saturday, but with no English side ever winning in the Champions League at the Bernabéu by more than a single goal, Thomas Tuchel will be hoping his team didn’t use up all their firepower at the weekend. The German has made one change from that starting 11, bringing Reece James in for Andreas Christensen. Christian Pulisic started the first leg but drops out here, with Timo Werner and Mason Mount likely to operate behind Kai Havertz. It’s going to take something special from the defending champions to advance here.

Real Madrid vs Chelsea TV channel and start time

In the UK, BT Sport will broadcast the match with kick-off at 8pm BST. In the US, Paramount+ and FuboTV will show the game with kick-off at 5pm ET / 2pm PT.

Real Madrid’s victory at Stamford Bridge was the club’s first win against Chelsea, with a sublime Karim Benzema hat-trick putting the runaway La Liga leaders in the driving seat in this quarter-final tie. Los Blancos have only been knocked out once having won the first leg away from home, so Carlo Ancelotti will be confident of getting through to the next round. Éder Militão is serving a suspension so Nacho comes in at the back, but apart from that the Italian boss has named the same starting 11 as the first leg, including the iconic midfield trio of Modrić, Kroos and Casemiro. Former Chelsea star Eden Hazard is injured (obviously). Can the Blues cause an almighty upset and show him what he’s missing?

It’s an 8pm GMT kick-off at the Santiago Bernabéu tonight, Tuesday 12th April 2022. Read on for more details on how to watch a Real Madrid vs Chelsea live stream wherever you are in the world.

Real Madrid vs Chelsea team news

Madrid: Courtois; Carvajal, Nacho, Alaba, Mendy; Kroos, Casemiro, Modric; Valverde, Benzema, Vinicius Jr.

Chelsea: Mendy; James, Kante, Kovacic, Loftus-Cheek; Mount, Havertz, Werner.

It’s just under two hours until kick-off, but here’s how the hosts will line up:

Courtois; Carvajal, Nacho, Alaba, Mendy; Kroos, Casemiro, Modric; Valverde, Benzema, Vinicius Jr.

Eder Militao doesn’t make it as he is suspended, with Nacho at centre-back in his place. It’s the same midfield and attacking trios that started in London last week, though.

Their subs are: Lunin, Fuidias, Marcelo, Vazquez, Mariano, Ceballos, Camavinga, Asensio, Jovic, Bale, Rodrygo, Marin.

Big week for Man City and Liverpool continues

The Premier League title race remains on a knife edge after Sunday’s pulsating 2-2 draw between Man City and Liverpool – and there is no let up for the two title rivals, with both in Champions League action on Wednesday before facing off against each other in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley on Saturday.

City dominated the first leg against Atletico, but only hold a slender 1-0 lead going into the second leg in Madrid after a backs-against-the-wall display from the La Liga side in Manchester. Diego Simeone’s men will have to be more progressive in their play on Wednesday night, however, as they need two goals to progress without penalties.

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Liverpool, meanwhile, may be able to rotate against Benfica after Luis Diaz – signed from Porto in January – came off the bench to secure a 3-1 victory for his new side on his return to Portugal last Tuesday. Diaz did not start at the Etihad on Sunday, so is likely to do so at Anfield against Benfica.

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