Podcast: Predictions on the Champions League final between Chelsea and Bayern Munich

Martin Rogers
Yahoo! Sports

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This week's edition of the Yahoo! Soccer Podcast, in conjunction with World Football Daily, breaks down Saturday's Champions League final, in which Chelsea and Bayern Munich will square off for the right to become kings of Europe.

Neither team has shined in its domestic competition, with Chelsea finishing a lowly sixth in the English Premier League and Bayern losing out to Borussia Dortmund in the race for the Bundesliga title.

However, both have shown exceptional Champions League form and ensured that the predicted final between Real Madrid and Barcelona did not materialize.

[Podcast: Predictions for the Champions League final]

I host the podcast alongside my World Football Daily co-host Sophie Nicolaou, and we look into the key factors and matchups that will decide the destination of the trophy.

Chelsea legend and French World Cup winner Frank Lebeouf also visits to offer his views on the final and to exhort team owner Roman Abramovich to retain interim coach Roberto Di Matteo.

Finally, Sophie and I discuss memorable moments of this season's Champions League competition before giving our prediction ahead of the game.

[Related: Chelsea hopes Bayern Munich wilts under pressure of playing at home]

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