Last Updated: 30/04/14 9:47pm
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Chelsea suffer semi-final heartache again as Atletico win 3-1 on the night and on aggregate to set up a Madrid derby final.
Chance for Chelsea as Hazard bundles his way through but Courtois saves with his foot before Terry sidefoots the rebound over the bar.
Five minutes of added time begins with David Luiz running down a blind alley into the Atletico defence.
Schurrle tries to win a penalty after a neat spin in the box, but Filipe Luis's nudge is not deemed a foul.
Raul Garcia runs through the Chelsea defence but his attempt to dink the ball over Schwarzer is denied by the keeper's left hand.
A change for each side: Atletico goalscorer Diego Costa limps off to be replaced by Sosa. Schurrle is on for Willian.
Juanfran again ghosted in at the far post to pull the ball back towards Arda Turan, who's initial header struck the bar, but the midfielder reacted first to tap in the rebound.
Chelsea are frustrated after Ba is punished for a challenge on Courtois, who had come off his line in an attempt to claim Willian's delivery.
David Luiz hits the post with a header from Willian's free-kick. The ball then rebounds off Courtois before going over the bar. So close for Chelsea.
Atletico are buoyant and earn a couple of corners in quick succession, with Schwarzer coming from his line to claim the second.
The Atletico striker had all kinds of problems placing the ball and earned a caution for his frustration. Diego Costa regained his composure, though, to smash the penalty into the roof of the net.
Diego Costa escapes further sanction when he trips Azpilicueta, who moments later brings down Arda Turan in the box, but the referee plays on.
Courtois gets down to his left to keep out Terry's header from Willian's free-kick. Fine save from the Atletico keeper.
Tiago is allowed to pull the ball down on the edge of the box before shooting at Schwarzer, but the Chelsea keeper falls to his left to gather.
Torres hits the deck after running into Tiago, but the referee isn't interested in Chelsea protests.
Great save from Schwarzer denies Arda Turan after Koke's low cross travelled all the way across the Chelsea back four. Arda Turan controlled before volleying at goal from close range but Schwarzer reacted to palm the ball over the bar. Chelsea deal with the corner much more comfortably.
No changes at half-time, though Mourinho was engaged in deep conversation with the officials in the tunnel. The first penalty box action comes in the Chelsea area, where Mario Suarez thinks he's been pushed by Willian, but the referee waves away Atletico's appeals for a penalty.
I get the feeling Ben David enjoyed Atletico's equaliser: "Mourinho is a specialist in losing in semi finals." Chris Green believes there is still all to play for: "This match is still delicately poised - but I reckon the next goal will be the winner." Eto'o is going through his warm-up routine. When should Mourinho look to change things?
Atletico finish the half on a high, with the bench still calming down when the half-time whistle goes. Adrian Lopez's equaliser has given the Spaniards an away goal. Can Chelsea recover?
Tiago's floated delivery towards the far post picks out Juanfran, who volleys back across goal to Adrian Lopez, who shoots into the ground but the ball bounces the roof of the net. Hazard caught napping at the far post.
Ramires trips Arda Turan on the left. Koke delivers an inswinger which Adrian Lopez glances towards goal but Schwarzer is well positioned to make a comfortable catch.
Cahill slips as he attempts to clear Filipe Luis's cross but Chelsea gather their composure before Diego Costa concedes a foul on the left.
Willian does brilliantly in the corner on the right to set up a crossing opportunity for Azpilicueta, who picks out a Torres with a pull-back. The former Atletico striker shoots first time and find finds the net, via a deflection. Torres, predictably, opts not to celebrate.
Diego Costa jumps into Terry, leaving the Chelsea defender in a heap, but the referee decides a free-kick is sufficient punishment.
Koke opts to swing the delivery towards goal but Terry gets across the line of the ball to head away.
Cahill is booked for a lunge on Diego Costa 30 yards from goal. A shaky few minutes for the Chelsea defender.
Cahill gives the ball away on the halfway line to allow Atletico to break. Arda Turan takes the ball into the penalty area but his heavy touch is mopped up by Ramires.
Atletico clear the set-piece, but only as far as Hazard, who volleys way over the bar from outside the box.
Hazard gets in another low cross which Godin puts behind. Willian swings in the corner, which Atletico struggle to clear at the far post. Willian goes across to deliver from the other side...
Azpilicueta's long throw is controlled in the box by David Luiz, who attempts a bicycle kick which goes narrowly wide of the far post with Courtois beaten. A great attempt.
Hazard's clever dummy allows Ramires to get into the Atletico box on the right but his final ball is blocked.
Atletico opt to play the corner short but Chelsea retain their shape to deny the visitors a crossing opportunity.
Diego Costa is denied again by a sliding block, this time by Cahill, who had earlier given the ball away cheaply.
Hazard gets in a low cross from the left but Courtois is able to dive on it, with Torres still hanging out at the far post.
Arda Turan trips Hazard on the left of the box. With the six-yard box packed, Willian pulls it back to Ramires, who fails to hit it first time, but is fouled before he can take a second touch. Chelsea free-kick, 20 yards from goal in a central position...
More Chelsea possession, but it is all lateral until Suarez heads away Azpilicueta's cross that was aimed at Torres.
Miranda's long ball causes brief panic at the back for Chelsea before Schwarzer eventually comes to the edge of his box to gather ahead of Diego Costa.
Chelsea enjoy a spell of possession in the Atletico half but the ball is switched from side to side before the visitors win it back.
Koke hits the bar and post! His first corner-kick is returned back to the Atletico midfielder and his first-time delivery on the bounce floats over Schwarzer but strikes the bar before bouncing on to the post and off Cahill to safety. Chelsea escape.
Schwarzer gets his first touch, coming from his line to pick up Arda Turan's deflected cross. Courtois has has an early feel of the ball to stop Azpilicueta reaching a long pass.
The two teams stroll across the pitch as the coaches greet each other. The Chelsea fans play their part with a blue and white mural and four huge flags in the Matthew Harding stand showing their quartet of European trophies. The Atletico support are housed in a red and white corner of the Shed End.
Chelsea meet Atletico in the tunnel, with Mourinho waiting at the top of it, meaning the visitors will have to walk straight past him before they emerge on to the pitch. Is it all part of the mind games?
"May the bigger bus win!" says Tahsin. "Looking at a narrow 2-1 win for Chelsea with Ba and Schurrle scoring." Both are on the bench. Will it be another late show like the quarter-final victory against PSG?
Stuart from Ireland (a Villa fan) wants a Madrid derby in the final. "Hoping for Atletico Madrid to win but I don't think it will be easy. I'm going to go for 2-1 with Diego Costa getting on the scoresheet." Toby reckons home advantage will tell tonight: "Chelsea to win 2-0 with Torres and Hazard to score. COME ON BLUES!" Liam Mortell is also rooting for Mourinho's men: "I hope Chelsea can pull off a win tonight. I really hope we win 3-0 or on penalties."
Elliot Ludlow had this to say: "I can see Chelsea holding firm with the defence on top and a counter attacking goal! 1-0 Chelsea!" Is that you, Jose?
Paul Gemmell is hoping for an away win, and has also questioned my facts: "C'mon Atletico! We want the final to be a spectacle not a boring defensive Chelsea affair. Costa to send the Blues home and 3-1 to Atletico. Three consecutive finals???? I didn't think Chelsea were in last seasons final!!!!" Not the Champions League final, no. But they won the Europa League, which is still a European final, despite what the competition's critics might tell you.
Chris Green believes Torres will break hearts at his boyhood club: "Chelsea to win 3-1, with Willian and Torres (2) scoring the goals." D Rraci has predicted a repeat of Chelsea's Anfield approach: "I think Jose is going to play like we did against Liverpool predicting a Chelsea win 2-1". An anonymous Red, though, is hoping Chelsea suffer: "As a Liverpool fan here hoping Atletico can smash Chelsea's back line after their sorry excuse for a fair game on Sunday. Don't blame them for the boring defensive tactics but the time-wasting was shameful for a professional team. Diego Costa, Arda Turan and David Villa to score, and Ba to get a goal off the bench."
Mourinho says he could only choose one player who was only "so-so" in terms of fitness. Hazard is that player, so Oscar and Ba must wait for a chance from the bench. The Chelsea boss also says "it doesn't matter" that it could be a reunion with his former club in the final.
Mourinho has kept everyone guessing with his selection but there is talk that Azpilicueta will be used in midfield ahead of Cole at full-back. What can we read into Mourinho's mindset? What if Atletico score first?
Which way do you see it going tonight? Will Chelsea reach their third consecutive European final, or can Atletico crown a fantastic season with a trip to Lisbon? I want to hear your views throughout the evening. Email me firstname.lastname@example.org or find me on Twitter: @IanWatson1.
Tonight's substitutes: Chelsea: Hilario, Kalas, Oscar, Van Ginkel, Schurrle, Ba, Eto'o. Atletico: Aranzubia, Alderweireld, Raul Garcia, Cristian Rodriguez, Jose Sosa, Diego, Villa
Headlines from the team news: Hazard is fit to start for Chelsea, as is Terry. Schwarzer keeps his place in the absence of Cech, but the most intriguing aspect is the hosts' formation. With five defenders in his side, has Mourinho chosen a three-man defence, with Cole and Azpilicueta employed as wing-backs?
Atletico Madrid: Courtois, Torres, Miranda, Godin, Luis, Cardoso, Suarez, Koke, Arda Turan, Adrian, Diego Costa.
Chelsea: Schwarzer, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta, Cole, David Luiz, Ramires, Torres, Hazard, Willian.
At stake is a place in next month's final in Lisbon, with Real Madrid waiting for this evening's winner. Can city rivals Atletico set up a derby showpiece at the Stadium of Light, or will Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti both be attempting to deny their former side?