Turkey's Galatasaray are looking to make history as they face Chelsea for a quarter final ticket in European Champions League
ANKARA - Galatasaray will face Chelsea in Champions League for a second round clash to become the first Turkish club in history to advance to the quarter finals of the tournament for back-to-back seasons.
Didier Drogba, Ivorian striker will make his long-awaited return to Stamford Bridge on Tuesday for the second leg of the last sixteen tie at 19:45 (GMT).
Chelsea got the advantage in the first leg with a 1-1 result but Galatasaray have to score in tonight's game to eliminate the English club.
Meanwhile, Chelsea's manager Jose Mourinho didn't rule out a possible Drogba signing at the press conference on Monday, saying "We know he (Drogba) finishes his contract and will be a free agent, but we think that it is not the right moment to speak about it."
Galatasaray have never beaten Chelsea yet since they first met in the Champions League group round in 1999-2000 season. Chelsea won both games with scores of 5-0 and 1-0 respectively.
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