Chelsea Women will play Real Madrid Women on Wednesday at Kingsmeadow in an effort to earn their eleventh straight victory overall.
The away team, on the other hand, has been performing well this season, having dropped just one of their 14 games.
Chelsea is feeling optimistic going into their match in the middle of the week after defeating London rivals Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 on Sunday.
Sam Kerr, Erin Cuthbert, and Guro Reiten of Chelsea scored three goals in the first half, and even though they didn’t add to their advantage, Chelsea easily won 3-0 to take the lead in the Women’s Super League rankings.
After defeating Vllaznia and Paris Saint-Germain, the Blues won their Champions League group.
Real Madrid now has the opportunity to win their third straight game after bouncing back from a 4-0 loss to Barcelona with a 1-0 triumph against Sporting de Huelva last weekend.
Athenea del Castillo’s first-half goal gave Real Madrid all three points and allowed them to move up to third position in Liga F.
The Spaniards have turned their focus to the Champions League game on Wednesday, where they will attempt to maintain their spotless record in the league thus far this year.
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Real Madrid began the group stage by drawing 0-0 with PSG and defeating Sturm Graz, Manchester City, and Rosenborg in the qualifying rounds.
At nine o’clock, Chelsea and Real Madrid will face off.