Porto vs Chelsea: The Key Facts

April 7, 2021

Ahead of the first leg of their Uefa Champions League quarter-final match we have a look at the key stats and facts that could help you with your predictions and betting.

These teams have met eight times in European competition before. Chelsea have won 5 of these matches, Porto have won 2 and there has been 1 draw. The last occasions they met was in 2015 where Porto won 2-0 at home and Chelsea won 2-1 back in London

Chelsea have scored 12 times in their eight previous meetings in Europe before, while Porto have scored seven times

In the last 16 ties, Chelsea eliminated La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid over two legs while Porto ousted Serie A giants Juventus 

This game is being played at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán in Seville, where the second leg will also take place – a stadium where Chelsea have already enjoyed a big win in this season’s Champions League

The Portuguese side have not won a quarter-final tie since claiming their second European Cup under manager Jose Mourinho 17 years ago

Chelsea boast a formidable record in Champions League quarter-finals, although this is their first appearance at this stage since 2014

A 0-0 draw at home to Sporting CP on 27 February ended Porto’s run of scoring in 55 successive home league matches

The Blues’ 15-match unbeaten run in all competitions (W11 D4) was emphatically ended on Saturday by a 5-2 defeat at home to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, their first loss under Thomas Tuchel

Porto’s last 10 matches (most recent last): DWWDLWLWWW

Chelsea’s last 10 games (most recent last): WDWDWWDWWL

Match betting: 8-10 Chelsea, 24-10 Draw 4-1 Porto

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