CHELSEA will look to cement their position at the top of Group C when they travel to the brand new Wanda Metropolitano to face Atletico Madrid.
After dispatching Qarabag 6-0 at Stamford Bridge in the opening round, the Blues face what should be a far tougher test against Diego Simeone’s side.
Chelsea are unbeaten since the shock loss to Burnley on the opening day, winning six and scoring 15 in their last three games.
You have to go back to April for Atleti’s last home defeat, a 1-0 reverse to Villarreal, and they’ve since beaten Real Madrid, Napoli and Sevilla on home turf.
When Chelsea last came here in 2014, they survived an onslaught to return to West London with a 0-0 draw, before losing the home leg 3-1.
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What time is kick-off?
THE game will be held at the Vincente Calderon stadium on TONIGHT – Wednesday September 27.
Things get underway in Madrid at 7.45pm.
What channel can I watch it on?
YOU can watch all the action live on BT Sport.
Or join us here on SunSport as we guide you through this game and all the other Champions League action in our LIVE blog.
What is the team news?
AUGUSTO FERNANDEZ may return to the matchday squad after a five game absence with a hamstring complaint.
The midfielder missed most of last season with an anterior cruciate ligament injury and will be nursed back into action by Simeone.
Apart from that, Atleti have a clean bill of health and Luciano Vietto will likely lead the line with Antoine Griezmann.
For Chelsea, David Luiz is set to return after suffering a broken wrist against Arsenal, whilst Danny Drinkwater remains sidelined.