THERE will be many familiar faces on show at the Wanda Metropolitano on Wednesday night.
Atletico Madrid host Chelsea in one of the biggest showdowns in the Champions League this season.
The two teams have not met since the 2014 semi-finals.
However, one Atletico player from that night has since joined Chelsea, with one former Blue now in Red and White — and another having left the Spanish capital for London only to return again.
Famously, there is a player in limbo who has left one, but not officially returned to the other yet.
And one Chelsea star actually started his career in the Atletico academy.
We’ll break it down for you.
Chelsea could not stop Courtois playing against them for Atletico in 2014 despite him being on loan there.
Courtois returned to Stamford Bridge that summer — and has since gone onto establish himself as one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League.
Brazilian clearly impressed Jose Mourinho during that 2014 semi-final, as the Special One brought him to Stamford Bridge that summer.
However, Luis struggled to adapt in England and returned after just one season.
He started his career with Atletico, before joining Liverpool and eventually Chelsea for £50million.
Torres started both legs of the 2014 semi-finals — for the Blues — but left for AC Milan that summer, before eventually returning to his boyhood club.
Joined Chelsea in Mourinho’s first season, and famous scoring a stunning strike at Old Trafford.
However, he left after a season and joined Atletico in 2010. Is not assistant to Diego Simeone.
He was Atletico’s main star in 2014, but also moved to Chelsea that summer, and won two league titles.
However, Antonio Conte told Costa he could leave at the end of the last campaign.
He is on the brink of completing a return — and could be presented in front of Blues fans on Wednesday night.
Atletico received a cut of the Spanish-record £65m Chelsea paid Real Madrid for the striker.
But in fact Morata actually started his career in the Rojiblancos’ youth sides.