It's Champions League matchday five and we continue our preview here with all the facts and figures needed...

Chelsea vs Sevilla head to head

Sevilla’s biggest home win in the Champions League

02/11/2016  Sevilla 4-0 Dinamo Zagreb  Group stage

Chelsea’s biggest away win in the Champions League

20/10/1999  Galatasaray 0-5 Chelsea  First group stage25/11/2014  Schalke 0-5 Chelsea  Group stage

The reverse fixture on matchday one

CHELSEA 0 SEVILLA 0 Champions League Group E, Stamford Bridge, 20.10.20, 8pm

Chelsea (4-2-3-1): Mendy; James, Thiago Silva, Zouma, Chilwell; Jorginho (c) (Kovacic 64), Kante; Pulisic (Hudson-Odoi 90+1), Havertz, Mount (Ziyech 61); Werner (Abraham 90+1)Unused subs Arrizabalaga, Caballero, Azpilicueta, Tomori, Rudiger, Christensen, Emerson, GiroudBooked: Jorginho 14, Mount 36, Chilwell 64Head coach: Frank Lampard

Sevilla (4-3-3): Bono; Navas (c), Gomez (Jordan 32), Carlos, Acuna; Fernando, Gudelj, Rakitic (Vazquez 80); Suso (Torres 57), De Jong (En-Nesyri 79), OcamposUnused subs: Vaclik, Rekik, Munir, Rodriguez, Escudero, FernandezBooked Acuna 43, Jordan 87Manager: Julen Lopetegui

Referee: Davide Massa (Italy)

Chelsea stats

Frank Lampard’s side are unbeaten in nine Champions League group matches since our home defeat to Valencia on matchday one last season (six wins, three draws).Chelsea are looking to win three consecutive away games in the Champions League for the first time since a run of five between September 2003 and April 2004.Chelsea have suffered only one defeat in our last 12 away matches against Spanish teams (three wins, eight draws), a 0-3 defeat to Barcelona in March 2018.


Last seasonLa Liga - fourthCopa del Rey - round of 16Europa League - winnersTop scorer all competitions: Lucas Ocampos 17

Champions League results so far

Chelsea (a) D 0-0Rennes (h) W 1-0  De JongKrasnodar (h) W 3-2  Rakitic, En Nesyri 2Krasnodar (a) W 2-1  Rakitic, Munir

Last season, Julen Lopetegui's side won the Europa League/UEFA Cup for a record sixth time, all them since 2006.

This is Sevilla's sixth Champions League group stage campaign, and first since 2017/18, when they reached the quarter-finals. They have now qualified for the knockout phase for the fifth time.Julen Lopetegui's side are seeking a sixth consecutive victory in all competitions.The Spanish side are unbeaten in 14 home European matches (12 wins, two draws), since a 1-2 defeat to Bayern Munich in the 2017/18 Champions League quarter-final.Sevilla have scored at least one goal in their last 17 Champions League group stage home games. The Spanish side are unbeaten in five of those games since losing 1-3 to Juventus in November 2016.Sevilla are unbeaten in their last seven meetings with English sides in European competition, since losing 0-2 away to Leicester City in March 2017.They won their third La Liga game in a row against lowly Huesca on Saturday with the only goal coming seven minutes from time from Youssef En-Nesyri. After the weekend they are fifth with 16 points from nine games, eight points off leaders Real Sociedad.

Julen Lopetegui’s managerial record against Chelsea

Won 1Drawn 1Lost 1

Sevilla’s matchday 4 line-up

Tuesday 24 NovemberKrasnodar 1 Sevilla 2Team 3-5-1-1: Vaclik; Kounde, Gudelj, Carlos; Ocampos (Idrissi 72), Rodriguez (Jordan 53), Fernando, Rakitic (Torres 61), Escudero (Rekik 61); Munir; De Jong (En-Nesyri 72)

Who moved to Sevilla in the summer?

Marcos Acuna Sporting LisbonYassine Bounou GironaOussama Idrissi AZ AlkmaarIvan Rakitic BarcelonaKarim Rekik HerthaOscar Rodriguez Real MadridSuso AC Milan


There are no suspensions

In the Champions League, three yellow cards will result in a one-match suspension in the competition.

Booking listSevilla: Acuna 2, Jordan 2, Kounde 1, Rodriguez 1, Torres 1Chelsea: Jorginho 2, Chilwell 1, Kante 1, Kovacic 1, Mount 1, Ziyech 1

Referee and VAR