AS Roma - Chelsea: Wolves at the Olympics

Roma need a victory to concretize their ambition to win a knockout round. But watch out for Antonio 
Conte's trap ....FORCE
- AS ROMA: Absent Emerson, Rick Karsdorp and Kostas Manolas (injury).
- CHELSEA: Miss Victor Moses (injury); The ability of the N'Golo Kante left open.
- Roma lost only one match in the last 12 games (9 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss). At the Olympics, the wolves won four of the last five games.
- Chelsea lost the most recent 2/14 in all competitions (10 wins, 2 draws, 2 losses). The Blues have won seven of their last eight away games.
- In the first leg, the two teams to match the score 3-3 on the pitch of Chelsea. Roma won 1/5 Chelsea clash from 2004 to present (win 1, draw 1, lose 3).
AS Roma - Chelsea Wolves at the Olympics
The two teams made it 3-3 in the first leg at Stamford Bridge
Last season, on the journey to Chelsea to the throne of English football, coach Antonio Conte has repeatedly acknowledged the Champions League nostalgia. It is unclear whether or not this season, the Blues are playing impressively in Europe's No. 1 playground, as if the thirsty thong piece of cake.
At the Premier League home ground, Chelsea are still in the top four, with seven points ahead of City. That is why the future of coach Conte is suspected. But in the Champions League, the Blues are leading the C with 7 points. This is a very worthy record of the West London team, especially when they fall into the difficult table in Europe's No. 1 playground this season.
In the last match, Chelsea were romped 3-3 at home to Stamford Bridge. That can be considered a disappointment with NHM blue shirt. But in fact, the Blues have shown their ability to overcome difficulties in the context of losing many pillars due to injury. At Watford 4-2 after a few days, the same scenario is reproduced.
Conte responded with criticism and pressure after three disappointing matches with three successive victories in the Premier League and the League Cup. The spirit of Chelsea is quite good, there is no sign of a revolt as the British embroidery. As coach of Juventus, coach Conte once said "When the spirit still, things can still save.
Now the blue shirt NHM is waiting for that spirit of Conte will be lit at the Olympics. If Atletico can not win all three points before Qarabag, Chelsea will officially "book" tickets early in the knockout round.
Of course, this is a difficult challenge for Chelsea because Roma has never been easy to play at his holy place. But Conte is the one who likes to face the toughest challenges. Even in such matches, he demonstrated his army ability. Roma need a victory to concretize their ambition and they have a reason to use the attacking play that was shown throughout this season. This will be the opportunity for the former Juventus coach to trap "wolves" with counterattack fight that is the field.
Remember that in the Atletico clash in Madrid, with tactics pragmatic and effective, Conte helped Chelsea win the score 2-1. After the game, many Chelsea players also admitted that they do not dare to take the advice of the Italian coach.
Conte! What you need most in the students is the adherence to the law. This is the key to the success of the Italian in the last season and the secret to help him three consecutive times with Juventus to the top Serie A.
Roma, Conte is no stranger. In the first leg of the away match, the Italian captain had eight clashes with the wolf while leading Atalanta and Juventus. Since coming to Juventus to work, he only lost two matches against the Italian team.
Under Eusebio Di Francesco, Roma maintains an attacking philosophy. However, their effectiveness was not comparable to that of Luciano Spaletti. In particular, in the great battles, Di Francesco's "wolves" proved to be rather immature. Probably at the two Inter Milan and Serie A hosts in Serie A this season, the team betel shirt have tasted failed. This is the basis for teacher Antonio Conte believes that they can trap snakes at the Olympics tonight.
DENMARK: Chelsea won 1-0
AS Roma - Chelsea Wolves at the Olympics

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