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Champions League – 14/1 Bet Builder: Chelsea v Real Madrid |

Chelsea and Real Madrid meet once again in the Champions League as Thomas Tuchel and Carlo Ancelotti renew their rivalry from last season.

We’ve pulled a 14/1 Bet Builder together as both sides look to edge into the last four.

Check out the three legs here:

  • Antonio Rudiger to be booked
  • Kai Havertz to score anytime
  • Karim Benzema – Over 1.5 shots

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Chelsea v Real Madrid Bet Builder Betting Tip:

Antonio Rudiger to be booked

Antonio Rudiger’s aggression is what makes him such a crucial part of Thomas Tuchel’s defence at Chelsea.

The German has been in wonderful form this season but under the spotlight of such a huge game, the centre-back may get carried away slightly…

He’s been put in the book twice in his last six outings and another on Wednesday wouldn’t be a shock against Real Madrid’s in-form front-line.

Kai Havertz to score anytime

Kai Havertz has developed a habit of scoring important goals in a Chelsea shirt.

The German has muscled Romelu Lukaku out of the starting eleven, netting five times in seven matches before the international break.

If Havertz is given half a sniff up front, expect him to capitalise on it in front of the Chelsea faithful, penning his name even deeper into their cult-hero scrapbook.

Karim Benzema – Over 1.5 shots

Karim Benzema is the reason Real Madrid are travelling to west London on Wednesday.

The Frenchman single-handedly swatted PSG out of the tournament in the Last 16 and will be looking to drag his Madrid teammates into the last four.

He has scored a ridiculous 10 goals in his last six matches, so at least two shots from the Frenchman doesn’t feel like much to ask.

*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.