London - Eleven months on from their last visit to Chelsea's Stamford Bridge, Paris Saint-Germain return on Wednesday looking for confirmation of their place among the Champions League elite, Supersport reports.
In last season's quarterfinals, PSG came to London with a 3-1 lead from the first leg and with a huge 13-point advantage at the Ligue 1 summit, only to crash out after Demba Ba's 87th-minute strike took Chelsea through on away goals.
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This season, a round earlier, the tie is even more evenly-balanced at 1-1, and it is Chelsea who are dominating domestically, five points clear in the Premier League with a game in hand, while in France, PSG trail Lyon by a point.
But in contrast to last season's London trip, PSG have Zlatan Ibrahimovic fit and in form, with the giant Swede having scored his third goal in four games and provided a delightful assist for Javier Pastore in Saturday's 4-1 defeat of Lens.
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