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Chelsea will be looking to continue their fine form under Roberto Di Matteo but may find it difficult to refocus after such an emotional rollercoaster at Camp Nou on Tuesday. A 2-2 draw against Barca, which was achieved despite having Terry sent off in the first half, secured a 3-2 aggregate victory and sent the Blues through to the European final. If Chelsea beat Bayern Munich they will clinch qualification for next season's Champions League regardless of whether or not they finish in the top four of the Premier League. They would still love to break into the top four, of course, but are currently four points adrift and back in sixth after playing out an uninspiring goalless draw with Arsenal last weekend.
QPR are a point above the bottom three after keeping up their superb home form with a 1-0 victory over Tottenham last time out. Mark Hughes has urged his men to make the most of their games at Loftus Road but, with just one more home game left and a trip to Manchester City on the final day of the season, he will also be determined to take something from QPR's journey across the capital. QPR have lost five in a row on the road and have the worst away record in the division, collecting just 11 points all season.
• Chelsea have won only four matches out of 16 so far this season against teams in the current top 10 of the Premier League.
• Despite huge investments on players, 22 of QPR's 39 goals this season have been scored by players who helped get them promoted from the Championship.