This week’s issue of Football Italian is packed full of the best footballers to shoot against Chelsea.
From Cristiano Ronaldo to Gareth Bale, you will be entertained by the greatest shots.
This week we have a look at some of the players to target in the upcoming match.
Barca: Mario Mandzukic, Borussia Dortmund.
The Czech international has been at the forefront of Barca’s title challenge and will be looking to build on his impressive performances.
His goals have been crucial for Barca, and he has a shot to be one of the few players to shoot at Chelsea, who are looking to take a step back in the race.
Bayern Munich: Jerome Boateng, Bayern Munich.
The French midfielder will be hoping to continue his form from last season, when he scored 14 goals in 23 matches.
He has been a crucial figure for Bayern, who will need to be strong in defence against Chelsea, especially as they have struggled to score.
Gareth Bale: Gareth Bale is a player that will be in the heart of any team’s attack, and will need all the help he can get.
The Welshman scored 11 goals in 19 games last season.
He is also a key player for Tottenham Hotspur, and should be able to score some crucial goals.
Lionel Messi: Messi has scored 14 league goals this season, which makes him one of top strikers in the world.
He will be desperate to get on the scoresheet for Barça, who have conceded the fewest goals in the league this season.
Barcelona: Neymar, Barcelona.
The Brazil international is looking to continue on his fantastic form, and has scored 13 goals in 26 matches, which is more than any other player in the club’s history.
Neymar is expected to be the focal point of Barça’s attack this season and he should be one to watch, as the Brazilian is the only player to have scored more than 10 goals in a single season.
Neymeara: Marlon Santos, Santos.
The Brazilian winger has been an integral part of the Santos side for years, and is expected have a huge influence on Barça.
He scored seven goals in 14 matches last season and has been one of their key players.
Papiss Cisse: Cisse, Lyon.
The central midfielder has scored nine goals in 13 matches, and also has a great chance to make it to the top four of the league with Barcelona.
He’s a great prospect and could be one for Barcelona to watch.
Alex Song: Song, FC Bayern.
The former Chelsea man is one of those players that will need every bit of support he can find, as he will be playing alongside one of world class strikers in Lionel Messi.
Song is one for Chelsea, as they look to bounce back from last year’s disappointing season.
Song scored nine times last season with Bayern Munich, and was the only one of Chelsea’s three outfield players to score a goal.
He also scored twice for France.
Luis Suarez: Suarez, Liverpool.
The Uruguayan is in a class of his own, and his goals have become increasingly important this season as he continues to improve.
He netted nine goals and assisted four last season for Liverpool, and that is just one of many reasons why he is the most popular player in England.
Suarez scored 14 times last year, which would make him the second most popular footballer in the country.
Antonio Valencia: Valencia, Sevilla.
The Spanish midfielder has been in superb form for Sevilla this season but has yet to score for Barcelona.
Valencia will be one option for Baristas to watch this weekend, as Sevilla are likely to be in attack again.
Valencia has scored eight times in 10 matches this season for Sevillas, and scored five goals.