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Chelsea vs Bayern Munich:What To Expect

Bradd KE

Feb. 25, 2020

On Tuesday, Bayern Munich head to Chelsea in a repeat of the 2012 final that they lost on home soil, and goals certainly appear likely given the previous meetings between the pair. Chelsea and  the German giants have ha  a good share of the UCL history together, with each party having a day to smile.
However, the Bundesliga champions will need Robert Lewandowski to find his shooting boots given the striker has struggled in recent seasons when going beyond the group stages. The Munich club is enjoying a good run of league trophies and is currently having a narrow lead at the standings. Much can't be said of the London side but hope is there after they overcame Mourinho's Spurs 2-1 on Sartuday.
Here is the pick of the Opta facts ahead of two tantalising first legs...
 Chelsea vs Bayern key facts
17 - The four previous matches in all competitions between Chelsea and Bayern Munich have produced 17 goals, an average of 4.25 per game.
18 - Bayern won maximum points (18/18) and had a goal difference of +19 in the Champions League group stages this season, the best performance by a team in the group phase of the competition. However, none of the previous six teams to have won all their group games have subsequently lifted the trophy that same season.
1 - Chelsea have won only one of their past six Champions League games at Stamford Bridge (D4 L1), a 2-1 victory against Lille last December.
5 - Chelsea and Bayern scored the joint-most goals from set-pieces in this season's Champions League group stages (5), including three each from corners.
597 - Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski has scored 10 goals in this season's Champions League, only the second time he has reached double figures in the tournament after 2012-13 with Borussia Dortmund. However, he has failed to find the net in his past 597 minutes in the knockout stages of the tournament, his longest drought.
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