It's advantage Barcelona after Saturday's first meeting at Stamford Bridge. Norwegian Caroline Graham Hansen scored the only goal of the game after just three minutes.

Barcelona have the chance to reach the club's third straight final in the Champions League and can become Spanish champions on Sunday.

But coach Jonatan Giráldez is keen to warn both inwardly towards the players and outwardly towards the media and supporters that nothing is clear.

Throwing in goals at Camp Nou

"If people think we've already qualified, that's understandable, but we have to forget about the first game and go out to win. There are things to improve and I've been working on that with the players," he stated in an interview with Uefa.

Chelsea face a difficult task. At home at Camp Nou, Barcelona have mangled the opposition so far in the tournament. 23 goals scored in five home games underlines the strength of the battle.

In the Spanish league, the club is superior. Therefore, a Champions League victory is a top priority after last year's final loss to Lyon.

"I promise to do everything in my power to do it," Norwegian Caroline Graham Hansen told AFP.

Chelsea coach Emma Hayes on the return and the possibility of turning 0-1 into final advancement:

"I just wanted the meeting to be alive – that's all I wanted to bring into the game. I'm proud of the girls who gave everything they could.

"We are preparing for a new game and it is important that we give ourselves a chance.

Final ready on Monday – see the decision on SVT

In the second semi-final return, broadcast on SVT, Jonas Eidevall's Arsenal take on Wolfsburg on Monday 1 May. The first meeting ended 2–2 after national team striker Stina Blackstenius equalised for Arsenal.

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Stina Blackstenius saved Arsenal in the Champions League semi-finals. Photo: SVT