Chelsea continue their Champions League campaign as they host Ajax at Stamford Bridge.

These two sides met very recently, with Chelsea running out 1-0 winners in Amsterdam on 23 October.

The previous game between these two sides was a very cagey affair, as both sides looked nervous and did not want to give the ball away.

However, thanks to a Michy Batshuayi goal in the 86th minute, Chelsea won 1-0, and earned three very valuable points away from home.

Contrary to the nervousness displayed last fixture, Chelsea can play with a lot more freedom this time, as they know they have overcome the hardest fixture in their group and are now playing in the familiar surroundings of Stamford Bridge.

In addition, this fixture will see no Ajax fans present, as UEFA fined Ajax €50,000 and banned supporters from attending the match due to crowd trouble in their away match against Valencia.

Instead, 2,000 Ajax fans, who had already booked travel and accommodation, planned on attending Leyton Orient’s EFL Trophy game against Brighton’s U23s. But, to make things worse for Ajax fans, the League Two side postponed their game by 24 hours.

Despite having no fans present for this match, Chelsea should be wary of the threat Ajax will bring, as the Dutch champions did manage to beat both Juventus and Real Madrid away from home last season in the Champions League.

Here we will take a look at the key battles that could decide the game on Tuesday night.