Real Madrid will be boosted by the presence of head coach Carlo Ancelotti against Chelsea on Wednesday following his recovery from coronavirus.
Ancelotti contracted COVID-19 last week and was absent for Madrid's 2-1 win at Celta Vigo at the weekend.
The former Chelsea boss was also expected to miss a return to Stamford Bridge in the first leg of Madrid's Champions League quarter-final.
But a Madrid statement on the morning of the game announced Ancelotti was travelling to London to join his squad following a negative test result.
"Real Madrid C.F. is pleased to announce that our coach Carlo Ancelotti has returned a negative result for COVID-19," the statement read, "and will therefore travel to London this morning to join up with the first team."
Madrid, knocked out of last season's competition by Chelsea, will be looking for a first win against the Blues in six attempts.
This fixture sees the Spanish giants' worst winless record against any opposition in European competition.
However, no English team have previously eliminated Madrid from the knockout stages of the Champions League on multiple occasions.