Chelsea will host Borussia Dortmund for the first time ever in a competitive match as Graham Potter’s side looks to turn around their UEFA Champions League (UCL) last 16 tie at 3PM Wednesday Jamaica time.

Chelsea lost the first leg 1-nil in Dortmund two weeks ago.

Borussia Dortmund has a poor record in England, having lost their last five Champions League matches against Premier League clubs.

However, they boast a solid record in UCL ties after winning the first leg, progressing from five of their previous six knockout ties.

Club Brugge of Belgium may need a miracle to progress when they travel to Portugal to tackle Benfica in the second leg of their last-16 affair.

Benfica won the first leg 2-nil on the road.