Chelsea will travel to Manchester under immense pressure to progress to the semi-finals. United, on the other hand, are favorites to progress now, having won the first leg at Stamford Bridge 0-1. Will this be Carlo Ancelotti's best match as a Chelsea manager in Europe or his last?

As Man United travel to Stamford Bridge, a lot depends on the two men in-charge; Sir Alex has a choice to make - to attack Chelsea from the beginning or to approach the game cautiously. While, Carlo has to think long and hard on his team's formation and personnel. The battle at the Bridge will be fought as much between the ears, as on the pitch.

Chelsea FC of today is a work in progress. The manager is trying out various combination for getting the best out of his team. Carlo Ancelotti has two unpolished diamonds. One is not working and the other can make it work. TheHardTackle analyses Chelsea's central midfield.

Chelsea will make the short trip on Valentine's Day to face their West London neighbours Fulham, at Craven Cottage. Ironically, Chelsea played Fulham right after losing to Liverpool in November, and carved out a 1-0 win over their local rivals. Ancelotti would hope to experience a déjà vu of sorts.