Those not diagnosed as suffering with insomnia are advised to get their mugs of Horlicks at the ready as the latest episode of Chelsea adopting a defensively disciplined gameplan is likely to be in existence for the second leg of their Champions League semi final with Atletico Madrid.
Football fans have been treated to a couple of examples of such masterclasses of late, notably in the first leg at the Vicente Calderon and then most recently when keeping their Premier League title aspirations alive with a victory at Liverpool.
Given this game is taking place at Stamford Bridge, Jose Mourinho may venture slightly more onto the front foot here, but still expect a cautious Chelsea, against an Atletico side at their most dangerous stealing possession back high up the pitch.
However, not only does Mourinho rarely get his tactics wrong in one-off fixtures, Chelsea are reliable at home in Europe.
The Blues have won their last five knockout games at Stamford Bridge and they have never been beaten in a home leg of a European semi final, with 12 such previous examples.
Therefore, the price boost from 6/5 to 11/8 for a Chelsea victory is an enhancement worth taking advantage of, with Atletico 6/4 to triumph in the 90 minutes at Stamford Bridge and the draw offered at 11/5.
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Should Atletico strike early, Chelsea will have to open up and in turn, this could see a high-scoring thriller.
But, with Sunderland the only one of the last ten visitors to the Bridge to trouble the scorers, the prospects of this have to be deemed fairly unlikely.
Therefore, it may pay to follow the general consensus from a betting standpoint that this game will be tight and short of goals.
It is 8/15 that under 2.5 goals are scored in the match, while a Chelsea 1-0 victory is bound to be among the most popular bets in the correct scoreline offerings at 25/4.
Bookings markets could also be the source of some rich pickings, with at least five yellow cards shown in all of Chelsea’s knockout-round games this season and Atletico collecting four and six respectively in their away trips to AC Milan and Barcelona.
Taking the 7/20 on over 4.5 yellow cards in the match looks a logical route to the rich house, while it is 11/10 that Atletico rack up at least four on their own.