Chelsea head to this clash in Kiev with a comfortable 3 – 0 lead in the first leg at home. The 1 – 1 draw with Wolves only served to halt their winning run that had hit three as the Blues continued stabilizing after a run of poor results. Chelsea have not lost in the last six matches in open play; they recently fell to Manchester City on penalties though and they face a Dynamo Kiev side in equally good state, having lost just one of their last six matches, and that was against Chelsea. Dynamo Kiev are a fairly strong side when playing at home; they have won each of the last three home matches heading to this and haven’t conceded a goal in the process, while scoring 10. It has not been the same in Europa League though; they have two wins at home in the last six Europa League fixtures. It will not be easy for them against Chelsea, who have not lost in any of their last 12 Europa League games, only drawing once in the process. Their last two Europa League games yielded 3 – 0 score lines and they have scored two or more in their last five Europa League matches. They are unbeaten in six Europa League away games but with just two clean sheets in the last eight away games in the competition. The two sides have met three times and Chelsea have two wins, Dynamo Kiev have none.