The Chelsea Blues are playing against Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals and the match starts up at 2:45 pm ET from Fox Soccer 2Go and the stream is live from the Parc des Princes and has Jose Mourinho's side going up against Zlatan Ibrahimovic with a chance to make it through to the next round.
Chelsea comes in playing very well this season and while they just lost away at Crystal Palace in the Premier League, they outscored Arsenal and Galatasaray 8-0 in the two matches before that and now they have the chance to take the early advantage against PSG. The Blues have been battling with Liverpool at the top of the league table and they have a hand full of matches left on the schedule and they remain right in the mix for the EPL title as they finish out the Champions League season. The Blues play against PSG at home at Stamford Bridge next week and that comes after the team plays Stoke City at home over the weekend on the Premier League schedule.
Chelsea has the chance to make their move down the stretch of the season, as they play against Swansea City and Sunderland towards the end of the season and that comes before a huge game against Liverpool. The match between the Blues and the Reds at the Anfield has taken on a whole new meaning and that could be the match that decides the Premier League title and it comes after Chelsea won earlier in the season during the holiday schedule at Stamford Bridge. Liverpool has been the highest scoring club in the league this season and Luis Suarez has been the leader among players and Chelsea will need to focus in on him to have a chance to win away. Chelsea then finishes the season with Norwich City and Cardiff City and the last match of the season comes on the road.
Fernando Torres will be a key player on Wednesday and he is expected to start and Mourinho has been working hard to keep his attack aggressive and he will be without Samuel Eto'o after he was injured in the blowout against Arsenal. Ibrahimovic received heavy praise from Mourinho and he surely will have plenty of attention in the match and the manager kept his starting lineup to himself on Tuesday night. PSG comes in after two straight wins on the road and they have not allowed a goal in three straight matches. Ashley Cole will also be out and the team is hoping to stay fit and strong heading into the back stretch. The other match on the day comes with Real Madrid hosting Borussia Dortmund and the matches on Tuesday saw Manchester United take on champions Bayern Munich, while Barcelona and Atletico Madrid played to a draw