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May 18, 2012 · 0 Comments
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Both sides have had fantastic journeys on their route to the final, beating Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona in their respective semi-finals.
Chelsea have had an extremely mixed season of course. They have won the FA Cup but finished in a disappointing sixth position in the Premier League. This now means that they can only play in the Champions League next campaign with a win here.
Roberto Di Matteo has really turned the fortunes around at Stamford Bridge since taking over from Andre Villas Boas in March. Should he deliver success on Saturday evening, Di Matteo could get the job on a full time basis.
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The London side will be looking to use their disappointment of the final in 2008,where they lost to Manchester United on penalties, as inspiration to win in Munich this time around.
The Blues have lost just twice in the tournament this year and they have also won four of their last five encounters.
As for Bayern Munich, they have been another side that have struggled domestically this season, finishing as runners up in the Budesliga to Borussia Dortmund. Although second place is not a bad return, Bayern supporters expect nothing less than top spot.
Josef Heynckes side also came second to Dortmund in the DFB Pokal cup final where they were thrashed 5-2 last weekend.
However, Heynckes men have been fantastic in the Champions League. They have won every single game at the Allianz Arena in the tournament during this campaign so will feel confident of success this weekend.
The German side have lifted this trophy four times in the past so certainly have the knowhow and experience to do it again.
It is sure to be a fantastic encounter in Munich between two sides who love to play attacking football. It all gets underway from 7.45pm on Saturday.
By Joe Rooney