Opinion: How Should Chelsea Line Up Against Real Madrid on Wednesday in Order to Advance to the UEFA Semi-Finals?

UCL: Good News For All Chelsea Fans Following This Key Players' Training Ahead Of Important Game
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It’s not something new again that Chelsea lost to Wolves on Saturday Premier League tie, due to their current form in the season, but they have also be playing extraordinary in the UEFA Champion League cup.

Opinion: How Should Chelsea Line Up Against Real Madrid on Wednesday in Order to Advance to the UEFA Semi-Finals?

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With the continuation of the UEFA Champion League, Chelsea will be facing Real Madrid on Wednesday 12th, April 2023, at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, in which Frank Lampard and Carlo Ancelotti will be the head coach.

As we all look forward to the match day, Chelsea Manager Frank Lampard should use 3-4-3 formation and consider using this line up;

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Mendy as the Goal Keeper, Reece James playing right back, Kalidou Koulibaly playing central back, and Thiago Silva playing central back.

Frank Lampard should consider N’golo Kante playing central defensive midfield, Enzo Fernandez playing central midfield, Kovacic playing central midfield and Ben Chilwell playing left central midfield.

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The Manager should also consider starting Mykhailo Mudryk, a player who is known for is good pace and dribbling, he should also start Joao Felix, and Christian Pulisic.

Opinion: How Should Chelsea Line Up Against Real Madrid on Wednesday in Order to Advance to the UEFA Semi-Finals?

During his time of substitution, Frank Lampard should Consider bringing in Raheem Starling, Mason Mount, Hakeem Ziyech, Carney Chukwuemeka, Kai Havertz, Noni Madueke, and Danis Zakaria.

Following the sack of Graham Potter, Chelsea owner announced Frank Lampard as the Caretaker Manager until the end of the season.

Opinion: How Should Chelsea Line Up Against Real Madrid on Wednesday in Order to Advance to the UEFA Semi-Finals?

The move marks a return to Stamford Bridge for Frank who enjoyed an illustrious playing career with the Blues, winning the Premier League on three occasions and the UEFA Champions League in Munich. He managed the club for 84 games, including guiding us to an FA Cup final.

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