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Afternoon Report: April 4

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HEADLINES

Chelsea take a 1 goal lead into tonight's second leg at Stamford Bridge - but Roberto Di Matteo has warned his side they still have work to do.

Didier Drogba is available for selection after overcoming injury, but Fernando Torres is expected to start ahead of the Ivorian this evening.

David Luiz and Raul Merieles are also fit, as Chelsea bid to reach the semis for the first time in three years - where they would meet Barcelona.

TRANSFER NEWS

In today's transfer news, Arsenal are leading the chase for Montepellier striker Olivier Giroud - who could cost up to £50m. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United and Liverpool are facing competition for the signature of Javi Martinez this summer - from Madrid and Barcelona. (talkSPORT)

And finally, Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho has dismissed rumours linking Los Blancos with a move for City's Sergio Aguero. (Sky Sports)

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