Real Madrid Femenino vs Chelsea Women Match Analysis & Prediction
08/12/2022 11:00 pm
After claiming a 2-0 victory over Real Madrid Femenino two weeks ago, Chelsea Women will be looking to replicate that result when they face the Spanish side at Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano on Thursday.
The Blues are currently at the summit of their Women’s Champions League group, while third-placed Real Madrid are level on four points with Paris Saint-Germain.
After defeating Sturm Graz, Manchester City and Rosenborg in the qualifying stages, Real Madrid kicked off the group phase with a 2-0 victory over Vllaznia.
Alberto Toril’s side followed that result with a hard-fought goalless draw with PSG, before they lost away to Chelsea in November.
That defeat to the English side leaves Los Blancos behind PSG on goal difference, while they are five points adrift of Chelsea ahead of the midweek contest.
Real Madrid returned to winning ways in their last two league matches, claiming a 5-1 victory over Alhama before beating Levante Las Planas 4-1 at the weekend.
Although they face a tough test against the Blues on Thursday, Real Madrid will feel confident that they can at least pick up a point after losing just one of their last eight home matches across all competitions.
On the other hand, Chelsea are on the verge of reaching the knockout rounds after picking up maximum points from their three group matches.
After kicking off the competition with a narrow 1-0 away victory over PSG, the English champions eased to a memorable 8-0 victory over Vllaznia.
They followed up with another positive result on matchday three, as goals from Sophie Ingle and Erin Cuthbert guided Chelsea to a 2-0 victory over Real Madrid.
Emma Hayes’ side know that if they can claim all three points on Thursday then they will secure their spot in the quarter-finals.
After beating Leicester City WFC 8-0 at the weekend to record an 11th successive victory across all competitions, the Blues will certainly be confident that they can progress to the knockout rounds with two matches to spare.
Real Madrid Femenino vs. Chelsea Women Head to head
These two teams have previously met on just one occasion in the Women’s Champions League last month, where Chelsea claimed a 2-0 victory.
23/11/2022Chelsea2Real Madrid0Women's Champions League
08/12/2022Real MadridN/AChelseaN/AWomen's Champions League
Real Madrid Femenino Team News
Real Madrid are set to be without the services of Claudia Florentino after the 24-year-old missed Satuday’s victory over Levante Las Planas, but Esther Gonzalez will lead the line for the hosts.
After being rested at the weekend, Kenti Robles and Ivana Andres should return to the back four here.
Real Madrid Femenino's Last 5 Matches
06/11/2022Real Madrid0Barcelona4Primera Division Femenina
19/11/2022Sporting de Huelva0Real Madrid1Primers Division Femenina
23/11/2022Cheslea2Real Madrid0Women's Champions League
26/11/2022Real Madrid5Alhama1Primera Division Femenina
03/12/2022Levante Las Planas1Real Madrid4Primera Division Femenina
Chelsea Women Team News
Cheslea are unable to call upon the services of Pernille Harder, who is out for an extended period after undergoing hamstring surgery.
Lauren James and Cuthbert were left on the bench for the victory over Leicester City, but the pair could be brought into the starting lineup for the game against Real Madrid.
Chelsea Women's Last 5 Matches
30/10/2022Chelsea3Aston Villa1Women's Super League
06/11/2022Manchester United1Cheslea3Women's Super League
20/11/2022Chelsea3Tottenham Hotspur0Women's Super League
23/11/2022Chelsea2Real Madrid0Women's Super League
03/12/2022Leicester City WFC0Chelsea8Women's Super League
Real Madrid Femenino vs. Chelsea Women: Odds and Predictions
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