Chelsea will look to veteran striker Didier Drogba (left) to lead the line against Bayern Munich in the final of the European Champions League.
Chelsea will look to veteran striker Didier Drogba (left) to lead the line against Bayern Munich in the final of the European Champions League. Getty Images

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CHELSEA aims to become the first club from London to win the UEFA Champions League when its plays top German club Bayern Munich in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Seven players will miss the final due to suspension.

Chelsea will be without captain John Terry, Raul Meireles, Ramires and Branislav Ivanovic, while Bayern is missing David Alaba, Holger Badstuber and Luis Gustavo.



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