11.41am EDT11:41Here’s the Press Association’s take on the teams:Willy Caballero started in goal and Alvaro Morata up front as Chelsea made three changes for Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final at Leicester. The competition represents Chelsea’s last chance of a trophy this season after their midweek Champions League exit at Barcelona, and Tiemoué Bakayoko came into midfield as Thibaut Courtois, Cesc Fábregas and Olivier Giroud dropped out of the starting XI.
6.31am EDT06:31Here’s the preview of the draw in today’s edition of Marca. They call it “the greatest draw in the world”, which is perhaps overstating things but, hey, we’re all excited here. Marca looks ahead to the Champions League quarter-final draw. Photograph: marca.comShare5.08am EDT05:08PreambleHello world! So, it’s draw time again. Fans of the genre may find what follows disappointingly brief and confusingly straightforward. Uefa is as fond as any of us of a complicated draw.
8.04am EDT08:04“Uefa Europa League is really competitive and umpredictable, everyone has a chance to win and to qualify for next year’s Champions League,” he says. Share8.04am EDT08:04Uefa’s deputy general secretary, Giorgio Marchetti, arrives to take us through the actual drawy bit. Share8.02am EDT08:02And yes, we begin with a moody video package showing us the landmarks of Lyon and the landmark moments of the round of 16 (though Welbeck’s dive has not been included, puzzlingly).
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