Chelsea and Porto are back in Sevilla for the second-leg of their Champions League quarter-final a week removed from Chelsea's 2-0 win as the away team. Goals from Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell ensured victory for Thomas Tuchel's side and they are in a commanding position heading into the return leg. The Blues backed up their win in Europe with a 4-1 victory over Crystal Palace on Saturday evening and Chelsea moved to 4th with seven league fixtures remaining. They have now won four of their last five games in all competitions and have also won four of their five away games in Europe this season. Chelsea beat Porto at this stadium last week and were also 4-0 winners here when they traveled to face Sevilla in the group stage.
Porto themselves regrouped with a 2-0 victory over Tondela to stay second in Portugal behind rivals Sporting Lisbon. Porto may have sprung a surprise in the last-16 by eliminating Juventus but this really would be an extraordinary turnaround. Porto need at least two goals to force extra-time. Victory at Tondela was Porto's fourth in five games on the road but they were beaten away from home in the last round and they lost when they last played away to an English side. (3-1 loss to Manchester City in the group stage). The away team have won four of their last five matches but each of their last two defeats have come on the road and in the Champions League.