Chelsea look to have too much for Slavia Prague in the second leg of their Europa League quarter-final on Thursday.
Marcos Alonso scored the only goal when the pair met last week in the Czech capital, and with them winning their last eight at home in this competition, the Blues will be confident of doing so again.
Avoiding defeat will see them equal Atletico Madrid’s 15-game unbeaten run in the competition although boss Maurizio Sarri has described Slavia as “very dangerous”.
They will be boosted by the return of Tomas Soucek, who has scored in his last two games, but the Cervenobili have failed to progress the last six times they have lost the first leg at home in European competition.
Look out for a Chelsea win and those who like a correct-score bet may be interested in the 17/4 for 2-0.
Eintracht Frankfurt trail 4-2 in their tie against Benfica but are otherwise unbeaten in this competition this season and can bounce back this evening.
Evan N’Dicka’s needless sending off after 20 minutes swung the game against them in Lisbon, but Die Adler are usually exceptional on their own patch, scoring 14 goals in five European home games this term.
Benfica have lost just one of 14 UEFA-sanctioned two-legged ties after earning a two-goal, first-leg advantage in Lisbon, but that was against German opposition, and while it is tough to call who will progress, Frankfurt should still win on the night.