Chelsea vs Real Madrid live: Watch UEFA Champions League live online today Match TV channels info

This Tuesday, April 18, from 14:00 hours in Peru, Colombia and Ecuador, Chelsea vs. Real Madrid live online measure forces for the second leg of the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League. The ‘Blues’ need to look for the comeback at all costs, while the merengues will go out to defend (and stretch if possible) their advantage obtained in Spain. Next, know the details of the international commitment for the also known as Champions League.

Chelsea vs Real Madrid live

UEFA Champions League Match profile
Date Tuesday, April 18
Timetable 14:00
Stadium Stamford Bridge
Channel ESPN, Movistar, HBO Max, SKY Sport, beIN Sports, DAZN
One-way marker 2-0 in favour of Real Madrid


At the Santiago Bernabeu last week, Real Madrid made a difference and won 2-0 with goals from Karim Benzema and Marco Asensio. The pupils of Carlo Ancelotti could even get a more comfortable result, but they were not entirely successful in front of the rival goal.

Summary of the first leg

Coaches’ statements
Carlo Ancelotti: “We are satisfied with the result [of the first leg] and with our performance, but it’s not over yet. We have to fight and sacrifice for another 90 minutes at Stamford Bridge. It’s not over yet. Chelsea will test it all next week.”
Frank Lampard: “It’s going to be a fight. Without a doubt, we have to go up a level. We have to understand some details of our game and, with our mentality, we have to be more positive in what we want.” do. If we do that, with the quality we have in the team, we can do it. I’ve been involved in some nights like that at Stamford Bridge.”

What time does Chelsea vs. Real Madrid play?
From 14:00 hours you can follow the match between English and Spanish in countries such as Peru, Colombia and Ecuador. Know the international schedules.

If you are in Mexico – 13:00 hours
If you are in Bolivia – 15:00 hours
If you are in Venezuela – 15:00 hours
If you are in the United States – 15:00 hours
If you are in Chile – 15:00 hours
If you are in Paraguay – 15:00 hours
If you are in Argentina – 16:00 hours
If you are in Uruguay – 16:00 hours
If you are in Brazil – 16:00 hours
If you are in Spain – 21:00 hours

On which channel to watch Chelsea vs. Real Madrid live?
In South America you can watch the second leg on ESPN and live streaming on STAR Plus. However, in other countries the transmission channel changes.

United States – Star+
Bolivia – Star+
Brazil – HBO Max
Chile – ESPN, Star+
Colombia – ESPN, Star+
Costa Rica – ESPN Norte, Star+
Dominican Republic – ESPN Norte, Star+
Ecuador – ESPN, Star+
El Salvador – Star+, ESPN North
France – Canal+ Foot, RMC Sport en direct, RMC Sport 1
Guatemala – Star+, ESPN Norte
Honduras – Star+, ESPN Norte
Italy – NOW TV, Sky Sport Football, SKY Go Italia, Sky Sport 253

Mexico – HBO Max
Nicaragua – Star+, ESPN Norte
Panama –, Flow Sports App, Star+, ESPN Norte
Paraguay – ESPN, Star+
Peru – ESPN, Star+
Movistar – Movistar Champions League, Movistar+
UK – TalkSport Radio UK, BT Sport App, BT Sport 1, BBC Radio 5 Live, BT Sport Ultimate,
United States – Univision NOW, Univision, VIX+, Paramount+
Uruguay – ESPN, Star+
Venezuela – ESPN, Star+

How to watch Real Madrid vs. Chelsea online?
There are many operators that have the required permits to broadcast the UEFA Champions League on TV, PC, tablet or mobile screens. Next, we leave you the transmission links.

Probable line-ups for the second leg
Chelsea: Kepa; Fofana, Thiago Silva, Chalobah; James, Kanté, Enzo Fernández, Cucurella; Mudryk, Havertz, Sterling.
Real Madrid: Courtois; Carvajal, Militão, Alaba, Camavinga; Modrić, Kroos, Valverde; Rodrygo, Benzema, Vinícius.

Chelsea vs. Real Madrid Stats
Real Madrid and Chelsea, the last two UEFA Champions League champions, will meet in knockout rounds for the third time in a row in the top continental competition when the match kicks off at the Santiago Bernabeu.

The two teams have recently successfully met on their way to the title. Last season, Real Madrid prevailed in an extraordinary quarter-final clash on their way to their 14th European Cup, while Chelsea’s triumph in the 2020/21 edition included the elimination of the Spanish side in the semi-finals.

Real Madrid are looking to reach the UEFA Champions League semi-finals for the eleventh time in 13 seasons, while Chelsea have reached the semi-finals eight times, but only once in the last eight campaigns.

The Spanish side have won six of their eight matches in the competition this season (one draw and one loss), while Chelsea have recorded five wins, one draw and two losses, both away from home.

Previous clashes between Chelsea vs. Real Madrid
Carlo Ancelotti’s Real Madrid won 5-4 on aggregate in last season’s quarter-final tie. In the first leg, played at Stamford Bridge, the Spaniards won 1-3, with two goals from Karim Benzema in the first half (21′, 24′). Although Kai Havertz halved Chelsea’s disadvantage five minutes before half-time, Benzema completed his hat-trick in the first minute of the second period.

Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea rallied strongly at the Santiago Bernabeu. Goals from Mason Mount (15′) and Antonio Rüdiger (now at Madrid – 51′) levelled the contest before Timo Werner gave the then defending champions the overall lead with 15 minutes to go. Rodrygo’s goal in the 80th minute forced extra time, where Benzema scored the decisive goal in the 96th minute.

Tuchel’s Chelsea won 3-1 on aggregate against Zinédine Zidane’s Real Madrid in the semi-finals of 2020/21, with goals from Werner (28′) and Mount (85′), which secured the 2-0 second leg at Stamford Bridge. The first leg in Spain had ended 1-1, with Christian Pulišić’s opening goal in the 14th minute for the visitors, neutralized by Benzema’s 15 minutes later.

The two teams had only met in three matches before 2020, in two UEFA competition finals that Chelsea won. The second of those clashes was the 1998 UEFA Super Cup in Monaco, when a Gustavo Poyet goal seven minutes from the end at Stade Louis II gave UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup winners Chelsea a 1-0 victory over Real Madrid, who had qualified after winning the UEFA Champions League.

The English club had also won the final of the 1971 European Cup Winners’ Cup against Real Madrid in Piraeus. The first match ended 1-1, with a goal by Peter Osgood in the 56th minute at the Georgios Karaiskakis stadium, equalized in the last minute by Ignacio Zoco.

Two days later, in the replay of the duel in the same stadium, goals from John Dempsey (31′) and Osgood (39′) in the first half gave Chelsea their first European title, despite Sebastián Fleitas closing the gap for Real Madrid 15 minutes from the end.

With information from UEFA.

Who will the winner play against in the semifinals?
The winner of this tie will face Manchester City or Bayern Munich in the semifinals.

Bet365 Odds
• Chelsea win: 2.90

• Real Madrid win: 2.37

• Tie: 3.50

Total Bet Odds
• Chelsea win: 2.90

• Real Madrid win: 2.42

• Tie: 3.60

Betsson odds
• Chelsea win: 2.85

• Real Madrid win: 2.40

• Tie: 3.55

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