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"Chelsea have been utterly dominant and Demba Ba gets the goal their start deserves, meeting Oscar's flick-on from a Willian corner to finish at the back post from a yard out. The Blues go through in top spot as it stands."
"So close for Oscar! Fine work by Willian in the middle sets up the youngster, who dribbles towards the area before spinning a 25-yarder just wide of Tatarusanu's left-hand post. It's all about the Brazilians so far.
"This really is shoot on sight from Chelsea - a short corner allows Frank Lampard to tee up a drive from wide on the left, but his fizzing effort somehow evades his team-mates and flies across goal to safety. A goal is coming."
"The teams are out in Naples, with the home side wearing yellow and Arsenal in their home strip. Both teams then stand behind a sign honouring the late Nelson Mandela before we get underway.
"The home fans have been fairly quiet so far but belted out the final 'Champions' word in the Champions League anthem - and we are off.
"Arsenal are looking to reach the last 16 for the 14th consecutive season. Napoli have only once reached the knockout stages in the current format of the competition - when they lost to Chelsea two years ago.
"Dortmund are one up in Marseille already. That simplifies things in Naples - hosts must win by three to put Arsenal out."
"Both sets of players pose in front of the Nelson Mandela tribute banner seen around the continent's matches the past two nights and the supporters enthusiastically applaud - a fine tribute there.
"Jose Mourinho then makes an early grab for a ball that rolls out for a throw-in but can't quite reach it and lets an assistant run out to retrieve it. That's why they're the assistants and he's the Special ONE."
Tom Doyle reports:
"The teams are out and the home crowd are in fine voice as a giant banner stating 'Chelsea: Pride of London' is passed along the Shed End. It's handshakes all round and we're all set."
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Back to Julian Bennetts in Italy, meanwhile!
"There are barely any Arsenal fans in the ground and there is a rumour doing the rounds that the majority won't make kick-off. There were tweets earlier suggesting it was not easy to find the coaches that were meant to take the fans to the ground and traffic outside means they may not get here in time. This is not what you want to hear when you've travelled to the south of Italy!"
Meanwhile, here's Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp speaking to Sky ahead of their clash with Marseille:
"This match is all about fighting. For [Marseille] this is a match for their honour and we will give our everything as well.
"Nuri Sahin gave the green light and he is fit for this match."
Tom Doyle has more on Chelsea now, though:
"It's a strong Chelsea starting XI tonight but the bench is also something special - Jose Mourinho has Ramires, Juan Mata, Kevin De Bruyne, Andre Schurrle and Fernando Torres to bring on for attacking threats, while even Gary Cahill can offer a threat from set pieces or 30 yards out. So expect plenty of chances as the game wears on. And Petr Cech isn't a bad back-up goalkeeper to have, either!"
For all you Gunners fans (we know, there's a lot of you) we've got Julian Bennetts at the San Paolo for tonight's game.
Here's his first update:
"The Arsenal team have just come out to start their warm-up, loads of boos from the Napoli supporters. The stadium has been pretty full since 90 minutes before kick-off."
Quiet atmosphere, then.....
Staying with the Chelsea theme, Mark Schwarzer tonight becomes the oldest ever Champions League debutant...
"We're 45 minutes away from kick-off now and it's not getting any warmer. The programme seller stood outside Fulham Broadway station had the right idea about the elements tonight - she was wearing a hat, scarf, gloves and a onesie. There are some nights when even a onesie is justified."
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