Chelsea vs Sevilla – UEFA Champions League LIVE Football Score Today 21/10/2020
Chelsea vs Sevilla live score: Match details
Match: Chelsea vs Sevilla
Competition: UEFA Champions League group stages matchday 1
Date: October 20, 2020
Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, October 20, 2020 (UK time)
Stadium: Stamford Bridge
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Chelsea vs Sevilla live score: Match preview
NAME: Chelsea – Sevilla
DATE: 20 Oct 2020
TIME: 19:00 UTC
VENUE: Stamford Bridge, London, England
The last two Europa League winners go head to head, both looking to make inroads in the Champions League this season.
Last season, Sevilla won the UEFA Europa League for the sixth time in 14 years, beating Roma, Wolves and Manchester United along the way before ousting Inter in the final in Köln.
Despite their dominance of the second-tier competition, los Nervionenses’ have only ever reached the Champions League quarter-finals once, doing so in 2018.
Julen Lopetegui’s side this season will be looking to reach the knockout stages for just the fifth time.
As for Chelsea, despite winning the Europa League twice in this period, have made little impact on the Champions League since winning it in 2012.
They reached the semi-finals in 2014 but their last four Champions League campaigns have all resulted in round of 16 exits.
Bayern Munich hammered them 7-1 last season to follow a defeat to Barcelona and loses to Paris Saint-Germain in consecutive seasons.
Frank Lampard’s side will be hoping to reach the latter stages of the competition this time around.
Given that two debutants, Krasnodar and Stade Rennais, make up Group E, in all likelihood, these two will be the top two.