GOAL! Barcelona 2-1 PSG (agg: 3-2; Katoto 34)
Or maybe not! Marie-Antoinette Katoto has got one back almost immediately for PSG, and if they get another they’ll be ahead in the tie on away goals!
GOAL! Barcelona 2-0 PSG (agg: 3-1, Martens 31)
It looks like the winners will be playing Barcelona in the final on 16 May. Lieke Martens has scored her second to put them 3-1 ahead on aggregate.
Two changes for Chelsea from the first leg: the captain Magdalena Eriksson and Niamh Charles replace Jonna Andersson and Guro Reiten. Eriksson’s return is a big boost for Chelsea, and should mean Sophie Ingle moves into midfield.
Bayern make one change, with Lea Schuller replacing Simone Laudehr. That might mean a change to 4-3-3, though it hasn’t been confirmed.
Chelsea (possible 4-3-3) Berger; Carter, Bright, Eriksson, Charles; Ingle, Leupolz, Ji; Kirby, Kerr, Harder.
Substitutes: Musovic, Telford, Blundell, England, Reiten, Fleming, Cuthbert, Spence, J Andersson, Fox.
Bayern Munich (possible 4-3-3) Benkarth; Glas, Ilestedt, Hegerin, Simon; Lohmann, Zadrazil, Magull; Schuller, Buhl, Beerensteyn.
Substitutes: Grohs, Lehmann, Boye Sorensen, Corley, Dallmann, Asseyi, Wenninger, Laudehr, Vilhjalmsdottir.
Referee Esther Staubli (Switzerland).
The other semi-final, between Barcelona and PSG, kicked off at 11am English time and should finish just after this game begins. It’s 1-1 from the first leg, and you can follow it here. As I type, Lieke Martins has put Barcelona 1-0 up with a cracking goal.
Hello and welcome to live coverage of the Champions League semi-final second leg between Chelsea and Bayern Munich at Kingsmeadow. It’s a measure of Chelsea’s ambition that they could do the domestic treble this season, for the first time in their history, and still spend the summer wondering what might have been. That’s because the one they really want, the one money can’t necessarily buy, is the Champions League.
Chelsea have never reached a final, but this is their third semi in the last four years. And it’s their best opportunity yet to win the thing, mainly because Lyon and Wolfsburg – champions of Europe in nine of the last ten seasons, and the only teams to beat Chelsea in this competition – are out.
Emma Hayes’ team took care of Wolfsburg in the quarters, where Paris Saint-Germain beat Lyon on away goals. There will be a new winner of the trophy this season – PSG, Barcelona, Chelsea or Bayern, who lead 2-1 from the first leg in Munich. It won’t be easy for Chelsea, but nor should it be: this is the Champions League, the trophy that can turn a good season into a legendary one.
Kick off 12.30pm.