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Get ready for Barca vs the Blues!


Chelsea travel to the Camp Nou today to take on La Liga giants Barcelona.

The Blues drew 1-1 with Barcelona at Stamford Bridge in the first leg but were in control for a lot of the game and could have scored more.

Willian was in brilliant form in that match, hitting the post twice before finally opening the scoring. Although the Blues were denied the win by a Lionel Messi goal, they'll go into tonight's match with a lot of confidence.

One reason for this confidence is Chelsea's recent record against Barcelona. The Blues haven't lost in the last eight matches against the La Liga side, a run that stretches back to 2006!

But don't think it will be an easy match. The current La Liga leaders are eight points ahead of their closest rivals, Atletico Madrid. Barca may have suffered a blip last season, with Real Madrid winning both the league and the Champions League, but they still picked up the Copa del Rey (Spain's answer to the FA Cup)!

To beat them, Antonio Conte's men will have to be at their best.

Willian, who was great against Barcelona last time round, also scored against Palace in the weekend win. Eden Hazard is likely to start alongside him, while two former Barcelona players, Cesc Fabregas and Pedro, could also feature.

If Chelsea win, they will be the last team to book their place in the quarter-finals. Real Madrid, Liverpool, Juventus, Manchester City, Sevilla and AS Roma are already through, with Bayern Munich looking likely to join them.

Chelsea take on Barcelona from 7.45pm UK time tonight. Keep an eye on BridgeKids tomorrow for a full match report!

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