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class=”styled__BannerImage-sc-1wadlxz-1 iLJqYu styles_articleMainImage__Lj_Qv”>Christian Pulisic is the focus of our Chelsea vs Real Madrid preview

Christian Pulisic is the focus of our Chelsea vs Real Madrid preview

All eyes are on Stamford Bridge tonight as Chelsea host Real Madrid in a tantalisingly poised Champions League semi-final.

And Beat The Count, our weekly boxing column, is also back to update you on all the latest news from between the ropes.

Chelsea vs Real Madrid (8pm, BT Sport)

After drawing 1-1 in Madrid in the first leg last week, it is all to play for in West London as Chelsea host the might of Real.

Christian Pulisic’s opener was cancelled out by a smart Karim Benzema finish in the rain in Spain — but the American’s away goal could yet prove crucial.

After having to sit on the bench for many of Thomas Tuchel’s early games, Pulisic has forced his way into the German’s favoured XI and was outstanding in the Spanish capital.

We look at the influence the 22-year-old has on the Blues ahead of this evening’s mammoth second leg.

Beat The Count

Billy Joe Saunders fights Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez in Texas on Saturday
Billy Joe Saunders fights Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez in Texas on Saturday

LiveScore’s Gavin Glicksman is back with his weekly column to make sure you are up to date with all the goings-on from the boxing world.

The focus is on Texas this weekend with Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and Billy Joe Saunders set to meet in a super-middleweight title unification fight on Saturday.

The AT&T Stadium is the venue and we bring you all the updates ahead of the big fight — including Canelo’s thoughts on the very public disagreement about the size of the ring. 

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By sticking with LiveScore throughout the day, you will be kept up to speed with all the breaking sports news from around the world — as well as the key reaction from tonight’s Champions League encounter. 

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