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Friday, 18 May 2012

Bayern Munich v Chelsea online video Free Live Champions League final Preview -19 May -2012,20:45 CET

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There was an effort from the international players' union, FIFPro, to get the bans overturned for the six other players, who miss out after receiving yellow cards in the semi-finals.

Branislav Ivanovic, Ramires and Raul Meireles will watch on nervously for Chelsea and Di Matteo has had to consider his alternatives.

A potential defensive crisis appears to have been averted, though, with Gary Cahill and David Luiz recovering from hamstring problems that have kept them on the sidelines and set to forge a centre-back partnership against Bayern.

John Obi Mikel will have an important role to play alongside Lampard in midfield and Juan Mata is also a certain starter, but Di Matteo faces a big decision in attack as he ponders the possibility of playing a rejuvenated Fernando Torres alongside Didier Drogba, who could be playing his final game for the club.

For Bayern, Luiz Gustavo, David Alaba and Holger Badstuber are the players unlucky enough to be suspended for the biggest game of their lives.

Rafinha is an option to come in at full-back but Daniel van Buyten may not be fit to slot into defence and Anatoliy Tymoschuk could have to play alongside Jerome Boateng.

Toni Kroos and Bastian Schweinsteiger are likely to play in central midfield, with Thomas Muller slightly further forward and Robben, Ribery and Gomez providing the main attacking threat.

Portuguese referee Pedro Proenca will take charge of the match.

If Andre Villas-Boas was sacked so Chelsea's old guard could be freed to summon old glories - they have not disappointed.

'AVB' was just 33 when he was appointed Chelsea manager, with the assumption that the likes of Didier Drogba, 34, and Frank Lampard, 33, had grown too old, too slow and too past their prime to replicate the back-to-back Premier League titles under Jose Mourinho.

Until March, this had been the most traumatic season since Roman Abramovich bought the club in 2003. Villas-Boas's side had won 13 of their 27 league matches, losing to Queens Park Rangers, Aston Villa and West Brom along the way and going down 3-1 to Napoli in the Champions League.

But those same players have turned around a lost season. Under Roberto di Matteo they have won the FA Cup and reached the Champions League final.

"Almost from the moment Ashley Cole cleared the ball off the line to stop Napoli getting a fourth goal at home, they have looked like a different side," says former Chelsea and Ireland striker Tony Cascarino.
"They rode their luck against Barcelona in the semi-final but they earned that luck. This is a team that has found unity and hope again.

"Having looked like they probably couldn't beat Birmingham in the FA Cup in March, they are on the brink of arguably their greatest achievement."

Whatever the result, the Champions League final against Bayern Munich on Saturday is likely to mark the end of an era.

When Chelsea have needed inspiration during the Abramovich reign, they have turned to three players above all: Drogba, Lampard and John Terry, whose combined age is 98.

That means there will likely be changes this summer. Drogba, Jose Bosingwa and Florent Malouda may leave, while doubts remain about the future of Lampard, Salomon Kalou and a handful of others.

Much of the problem is that this, a few tweaks apart, remains the team that Jose built.

Champions League final 

Match : Bayern Munich v Chelsea

Saturday Date   19 May 2012

Kick Off Time:  19:45 BST

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