Chelsea travel to the south-east coast of Spain as they face Valencia at the Estadio do Mestalla in the penultimate Champions League group game.

Group H is currently extremely tight, with Chelsea, Valencia and Ajax all tied on seven points with two games left to play.

Therefore, this game is absolutely crucial in deciding which teams will progress to the knockout stages of Europe’s most elite club tournament.

In the reverse fixture, Chelsea were left stunned as Rodrigo’s 74th minute goal was enough for Valencia to run out 1-0 winners at Stamford Bridge.

However since that defeat, Chelsea have won both their away ties against Lille and Ajax, and also came back to draw 4-4 at Stamford Bridge against the latter.

Valencia, on the other hand, have failed to kick on since their victory. Los Ches lost to Ajax 3-0 at the Mestalla and drew 1-1 against Lille. But, they did get back into momentum, thumping the French side 4-1 in their previous fixture.

Chelsea will no doubt be looking for revenge, but should be weary of the task of playing in tough stadiums in Europe and show their resilience to qualify for the knockout stages.