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It was Chelsea’s worst-ever home defeat in Europe as the Blues were well beaten by Bayern Munich 3-0 in the round of 16 Champions League tie at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night.
Chelsea already seem out of the tournament as beating Bayern by at least three goals at the Allianz Arena could be a huge task for a Chelsea team lacking in form and weakened by injury.
Chelsea will return to Premier League action this weekend with an away clash to Bournemouth. The Blues will then host Liverpool at Stamford Bridge for the FA Cup fifth round tie on Tuesday next week, March 3.
The Sunday following, Chelsea will host a reinvigorated Everton side at Stamford Bridge as both sides push for a place in Europe.
Chelsea will then go away to Aston Villa at the Villa Park on the 14th of March before heading on to the Allianz Arena on the 18th of March for the second leg.
Following the defeat to Bayern, Chelsea boss Frank Lampard admitted after the game that he was concerned about how quickly the Chelsea players would bounce back after the humiliating defeat at Stamford Bridge.
Lampard said: “We will always play with pride but I’m more concerned about the bigger picture. How quickly can we recover for the Premier League and how quickly can we get to the level?”