Chelsea take a two-goal aggregate lead back to Stamford Bridge in a Round-of-16 match against underdog Copenhagen FC.

The Blues should feel confident in their match after dominating Copenhagen in the first leg at Parken Stadion, and having recovered from a demoralizing loss to Liverpool on February 6th.

Since the loss, and after many were questioning the grit of Chelsea, Carlo Ancelotti's squad have defeated Manchester United at Stamford Bridge, and Blackpool on the road.

Copenhagen have an uphill battle in London tonight. They will be without Czech defender Zdenek Pospech who has been suspended for the match.

History is not on Copenhagen's side for tonight's match with the Premier League champions. No Scandinavian club has ever won a knockout stage match, and no Danish team has ever beat a Premier League team in Champions League when played in England.

Copenhagen is led by midfielder William Kvist who has been impressive in the Champions League play this season. Mikael Antonsson has been a formidable defender for the team.

Ancelotti has considered sitting struggling striker Fernando Torres for today's match.

PREDICTION: Copenhagen won't roll over in the first half, but after a Chelsea goal, the flood gates will open. Chelsea will prevail, 3-0.