Latest Schalke v Chelsea live streaming news & match odds from the Champions League tie at the Veltins-Arena, Germany.
Chelsea will be out to secure their place in the next round of the Champions league when they travel to the Veltins Arena on Tuesday to face German side, Schalke.
The Blues, still unbeaten in the Premier League, can secure their progression with a win or any draw in which they score two goals or more however, conversely they could also lose top spot with a defeat.
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Schalke for their part are currently second in the group and while a win would send them top, it would not be enough for them to reach the next stage such are the complications that exist in what I a tight group.
The club will be in good form for the game however after beating second place Wolfsburg at the weekend. Two goals from Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting sealed a 3-2 win over the in-form Wolves.
The game will pit Chelsea against one of their former managers with Roberto di Matteo recently taking the reins at Schalke. The former WBA boss guided the club to Champions league success however four months later he was out of a job.
Despite that, the Italian is not out to get revenge on Tuesday and insists he has no ill-feelings towards the club he served as a player for six years.
“I am a person who looks forward, not backwards, I live in the present, even though lots of people keep reminding me of that match” the former midfielder said.
“I spent many years of my life at Chelsea and still know many people who work there, players as well.
“But that’s more a private thing and has nothing to do with my job. Tomorrow, we will focus on our work, nothing else.
“I have no thoughts of revenge, I had a wonderful time there with lots of wonderful people.”
Both side are expected to be at full strength for the game and with both sides in strong form, Schalke have won four of their last 7 games under Di Matteo, an interesting clash is expected.
Chelsea are unbeaten in five games against the German side and won 3-0 on their last visit to central Europe.