What channel is Real Madrid v Chelsea Champions League match on? Kick off time, live stream and latest team news
Check out how to watch Real Madrid v Chelsea in the Champions League this week, including TV details, team news, predictions and odds.




Real Madrid hold a two-goal advantage going into their Champions League quarter-finals second leg showdown with Chelsea at the Bernabeu.

Karim Benzema stung the Blues with a hat-trick at Stamford Bridge to accumulate a healthy lead going back to the Spanish capital.

Madrid are 12 points clear at the top of La Liga with seven games to go, despite Barcelona’s resurgent form under Xavi, so they can fully focus on the Champions League.

Football fans in Canada can watch every Champions League, Europa League and Premier League game – including Real Madrid vs Chelsea – live on DAZN(opens in new tab). A subscription to the streaming service costs $20 (CAD) a month or $150 (CAD) a year.

If you’re in Australia, local streaming service Stan Sport(opens in new tab) provides live coverage of the UEFA Champions League (including Real Madrid vs Chelsea), Europa League and Europa Conference League.

To begin with, there’s a Stan 30-day free trial(opens in new tab). After that, you choose your base package and the necessary sport add-on costs AU$10 a month on top (so, from $20 a month in total).

The UEFA Champions League quarterfinals conclude this week as the second legs take place across Tuesday and Wednesday, all of which you can see on Paramount+. Tuesday’s slate will see Real Madrid try to finish off Chelsea and Liverpool do the same to Benfica. On Wednesday, Manchester City head to Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich host Villarreal after their shock loss in the first leg.

All matches are at 3 p.m. ET, and you can see the action live on Paramount+. Ahead of what will be a pair of decisive days, our experts pick the matchups to watch, who is likely to score and more:

One matchup to watch: Chelsea’s left winger vs. Dani Carvajal. I’d want to say the Chelsea striker against the Real Madrid defense, but Thomas Tuchel’s attack comes through the left so that’s where I’ll lean. Tuchel does have a decision to make between Christian Pulisic and Timo Werner in terms of who should get the start, but if the winger chosen can beat Carvajal to create chances for Kai Havertz and Mason Mount, Chelsea will have a good chance at scoring a few goals get back into this tie. — Chuck Booth

Most likely to score a goal: Mason Mount. I don’t see either side getting a clean sheet but I do see Mount getting on the scoresheet. For Chelsea to get back into things, their key players will have to step up in a big way in Madrid and Mount is as key as they come. With a goal and an assist, he’ll make things much closer than they were in the first leg. — Chuck Booth

Man of the Match pick: Reece James. In the golden age of fullbacks, James still shines through as one of the best. Dangerous from anywhere on the field, he’ll come up with a stunner that helps secure the victory for Chelsea while also helping them control possession over Real Madrid. — Chuck Booth

Match prediction: Real Madrid 1, Chelsea 2. Chelsea may win the match but I can’t see them in Spain shutting out Real Madrid from advancing. The two-goal advantage will prove to be too much to overcome. — Chuck Boot

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