Last Updated: 17/03/12 12:09pm
Thanks for joining me this evening - sorry I couldn't publish all of your views and opinions, I will do my best to do so next time.
A remarkable night at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea claw back a 3-1 first leg deficit to scramble their way through to the Champions League quarter-finals. Make no mistake this is a very, very good Napoli side, but they are out and Chelsea march on to the next round.
A nice shot of John Terry barking instructions to the players on the pitch, remind me who the manager is again?!
Shortly after making that clearance David Luiz goes down holding his ankle, the referee tells him to either get up or go off the pitch. He gets up.
Pandev puts in a teasing cross from the right but Luiz does well to take a touch and then thump it clear.
Hugo Campagnaro is booked for a foul on Drogba near the edge of the box. Free-kick Chelsea in a dangerous position.
More great hold up play, this time by Malouda, who wins a free kick for his side over on the left touchline.
Torres does well to carry the ball forward and then win a free-kick for his side midway through the Napoli half. He has done well tonight the former Liverpool man.
Chelsea have 15 minutes to hang on and seal their place in the quarter-finals. A Napoli goal though and they are out. A fascinating 15 minutes awaits....
Priceless, priceless goal from the big defender!! Ramires feeds it into Drogba on the right touchline, his low cross finds Branislav Ivanovic unmarked eight yards out and he slams the ball beyond De Sanctis and into the roof of the net!!
Drogba goes down - a little easily it has to be said - over by the right corner flag. Free-kick to Chelsea and a chance to put a decent cross into the box.
Chance for Torres!! Drogba punts it forward, De Sanctis misjudges the bounce and Torres races onto it looking at an open goal. However, the Spaniard is pushed wide and stretching he can only send the ball bouncing wide. A huge let off for the Napoli goalkeeper there.
Strange sub that as Gary Cahill is on the bench. In the meantime Ivanovic has gone into the centre and Boswingwa right back.
Hamisk plays it into Dosena but Cole does well to block his cross and the ball rolls into the arms of Cech.
Thats was close!! Lavezzi puts in a great ball from the left and Hamsik meets it on the volley. It's a sweet strike and Cech is unmoved, but fortunately for him it fizzes just wide of the post.
Torres shows great skill to get to the byline and win a corner. Lampard sends the ball in and Ivanovic flicks a header just wide of the far post.
After a breathless 90 minutes the teams still cannot be seperated so we are to have another 30 minutes to decide who goes through. If it is still level after extra time? Well, you know what's next....
Drogba thinks he should have a penalty as he tries to go for a diving header in the area. He looks to have a case but the referee, nor his officials, give the foul.
Hamsik puts in a great cross from the right, Lavezzi looks to dive onto to it but the ball is just too high for him and it goes out for a goal kick.
Chelsea have a free-kick 30 yards from goal, Drogba lines it up but the ball goes well over the bar.
Chelsea are appealing for handball again as Mata looks to flick it past Dosena in the area, no penalty this time though.
Luiz does well to just about clear Dosena's cross from the left before Cole bravely closes down Hamsik just as he was about to shoot. Hamsik stays down for a few moments but quickly recovers.
Napoli look dangerous on the counter again but Essien shows great composure to calmly cut out Dosena's low cross and then dribble the ball out of the box.
Napoli are furious with the referee, they are claiming David Luiz handled the ball as Lavezzi looked to knock it past him on the edge of the box. All they get though is a corner. Replays suggest it came off the shoulder of the Brazilian so it is probably the correct decision.
Ivanovic's header from Lampard's corner is clearly handled by Andrea Dossena. The referee points to the spot and Frank Lampard steps up to slam the ball beyond De Sanctis. Game on once more!!
There's confusion in the Napoli box after Drogba flicks on Mata's corner into the six yard box. Dosena flaps at his clearance but there is no Chelsea player close enough take advantage and the ball is eventually cleared.
Saved by Cech!! Ashley Cole slips to let in Zuniga, but his shot is parried by Cech and bounces just clear of the lurking Cavani.
Great save by De Sanctis!! Ivanovic hurls in a long throw towards Drogba who flicks the ball on, swivels, and fires in a curling half volley that De Sanctis pushes round the post. Great technique by the Ivorian.
Torres and Ivanovic combine well down the right, Ivanovic then fires in a blistering shot from a tight angle that De Sanctis pushes away with both fists.
19th October - the last time Fernando Torres scored. I was also doing the minute-by-minute commentary that night, is it an omen? we are about to find out, here he comes in place Daniel Sturridge.....
Fernando Torres is getting ready to come on - now wouldn't this be a handy time for the Spaniard to end his goal drought?!
The Napoli fans are going nuts in a small corner of Stamford Bridge, they are sensing a Champions League quarter-final, can Chelsea fightback?
Chelsea look to respond straight away, Sturridge puts in a cross from the left, Ramires heads it back but Cannavaro clears at the near post.
Wonderful goal for Napoli! John Terry heads away across from the left, it falls to Gokhan Inler, who chests down and then hits a first-time fizzing half-volley that flashes past a static Cech and into the corner. Chelsea now need a goal just to take it to extra time.
Paolo Cannavaro is the first Napoli player to be shown the yellow card, I think for an accumulation of fouls.
@Tblackshire says on Twitter (when it was 1-0): "Only 3 more from Chelsea and my colleague is good for £90. First time I've ever backed Chelsea in the slightest."
Ezequiel Lavezzi has a shot through a crowd of players that nearly finds its way through to Cech, but Terry manages to adjust his feet and scramble it clear.
Napoli need a goal and it takes a smart interception from Luiz to prevent Cavani from getting a shot in on goal.
Captian fantastic to the rescue again!! John Terry makes a wonderful near post run to glance home Lampard's corner beyond De Sanctis and into the net. Chelsea are through if it stays like this.
David Clark says: "Welcome back a Chelsea team with pace, flare and determination - only Essien seems to be a bit off his game and despite criticism from some, I think David Luiz is good for this team!"
What are your thoughts on the half? You can email me Tom.Mallows@bskyb.com or on Twitter @Tom_Mallows.
So far so good for Chelsea, who lead on the night thanks to Didier Drogba's 28th minute header. Just one more is needed to send them through, but that would also require them to keep a clean sheet at the other end. A fascinating second half is in prospect.
So close!! Napoli fail to clear a corner, the ball falls to Luiz on the right who fires the ball across the six yard box. Drogba is waiting for a tap-in at the far post but Cannavaro stretches to block the ball and it rolls into the arms of De Sanctis
The Chelsea fans are calling for Gokhan Inler to be booked for a trip on Cole near the half-way line. A free-kick is all the referee gives though.
Ezequiel Lavezzi takes a contender for worst corner of the night as he scuffs the ball straight to Frank Lampard who clears at the near post.
Chelsea get plenty of players forward in another attack but in his attempts to get to the byline Sturridge over-plays it and the ball goes out for a goal-kick.
A warning for Chelsea. A Blues corner is cleared and straight away Napoli come forward on the counter, Cavani is then played in down the right but he drags his shot wide. A let off that.
So close to two!!!! Daniel Sturridge bursts into the box and fires the ball across the six yard box, but no Chelsea player is there to tap the ball in.
Vital goal for Chelsea!! Ramires curls in a teasing cross from the left and Didier Drogba gets in front of his marker to bury a diving header into the bottom right-hand corner.
Branislav Ivanovic tries to put in an early cross from the right but it is too close to De Sanctis who claims unchallenged.
Mata dinks a nice ball in towards Drogba but Gargano does well to hold off the striker and then when a free-kick for his side.
Cavani tries another shot from the edge of the box but he doesn't really get hold of it and the ball bobbles wide.
Ramires beats two players and tries to slip the ball though to Drogba, but it deflects off a Napoli defender and it cleared - the offisde flag had also gone up anyway.
Zuniga goes on another run down the left but in the process of doing so he drags Cole to the ground. Free-kick to Chelsea just insdie their own half.
It is hard to see a clean sheet for either team tonight, Napoli especially look like scoring every time they go forward.
Juan Camilo Zuniga isn't closed down as he runs with pace towards the edge of the area, he was an age to line up the shot but thankfully for Chelsea fnas, he fires it over.
The ball is in the net at the other end but Mata's goal is rightly chalked off as Sturridge headed the ball back from an offside position.
Chelsea well and truly on the back foot here, Hamsik has another effort that has Cech diving to his right to keep out.
Napoli steam forward again, Ezequiel Lavezzi peels away from the last defender but his shot from a tight angle is saved by Cech for a corner.
The Napoli fans thought that was in!! Another rapid Napoli counter attack results in Maggio firing a low cross to the far post towards Edinson Cavani, but his shot blasts into the side netting.
Ashley Cole's headed clearance at the far post falls to Edinson Cavani, but he curls his shot well over the bar.
Saved by Cech!! Marek Hamsik is allowed to turn in the area, his shot isn't the best but it looked to have taken a deflection and a wrongfooted Cech just manages to scuff the ball away with his right boot.
Drogba is penalised for a foul on Christian Maggio, free-kick to Napoli just outside their own penalty area.
Marek Hamsik gets his first decent touch of the ball but three Chelsea players quickly crowd him out and clear.
This is a good start by Chelsea, they are seeing plenty of the ball. All we need is that early goal......
Good save by De Sanctis!! Daniel Sturridge tries a snap shot in the penalty area but the Napoli 'keeper does well to get down low to his left and push the ball round for a corner.
@CoachSoderling says: "I think a win here to advance will send a good shockwave through the Chelsea boys, helping them to finish the season strong..."
Juan Mata curls in a free-kick from the Chelsea right, John Terry gets his head on the ball but it loops well wide of the post.
Edinson Cavani isn't happy following a robust challenge by Frank Lampard. The England midfielder is quick to shake hands with the Napoli man though and the game moves on.
Atmosphere buzzing at the Bridge with kick-off approaching, both sets of fans vocally getting behind their side. This could be a classic!
@Zak_Bala says: "RDM has pulled out all the stops and brought back the old guard...hope the players also do this and hoping for a 3-0 win!!!"
@MohBro9 says: "Great to see Danny Sturridge playing in his natural position! Prediction... Chelsea 1-2 Napoli"
@DexterFB says on Twitter: "If Chelsea are to progress tonight they have to avoid conceding. An early goal is key to this game. Prediction 3 1 Chelsea ET"
Steve Parkinson is not as confident: "A much better shape about Chelsea tonight but I fear it may be all too late. I can see the Blues making up the deficit but surely Napoli have goals in them also as Chelsea will have to push forward in numbers. How about a 4-2 thriller and Chelsea dumped out!"
I agree the chances should come Kanishk, but I'm worried they will come at the other end for Napoli too. Big night for Terry and Luiz at the back.
Ashley Collett says: "Chelsea have got a really big hill to climb tonight to get back in to it. Good Look to Roberto di Matteo and his team."
Plenty of confidence from Chelsea fans, though it perhaps needs to be noted that they have not won any of their past five home Champions League knockout matches.
@calvyyy1 says on Twitter: "Good solid line-up. Mixture of pace/experience. Sturridge to bag two and Ramires will score the other. 3-0 Chelsea with Luiz man of match."
Sayed Hussain has emailed in and says: "Com'on Chelsea!Terry and Luiz need to be on point today, Essien is also bringing back that steel, Sturridge needs to be clinical and more of the same from Mata and Drogba."
The number of Italian fans travelling to London shows just how big this game is for the Serie A club. They will be up for this one, that's for sure.
So unlike the first leg, Chelsea have their big guns in the starting XI. Will that be enough to overturn the 3-1 deficit? Let me know your thoughts via email Tom.Mallows@bskyb.com or Tweet me @Tom_Mallows. I will do my best to publish the best of your views.
Napoli rested players of their own for Friday's 6-3 thrashing of Cagliari, with star striker Edinson Cavani and Christian Maggio brought into what is an unchanged XI from the first leg.
Chelsea manager Roberto di Matteo has recalled four players for tonight's game. Michael Essien, Daniel Sturridge and David Luiz all return after the 1-0 win over Stoke, while Juan Mata - who scored the Blues' solitary goal in their 3-1 defeat in Italy - also comes back in.
Napoli: De Sanctis, Campagnaro, Cannavaro, Aronica, Maggio, Inler, Gargano, Zuniga, Hamsík, Cavani, Lavezzi.
The game represents part two of England and Italy's mini European battle. Arsenal failed to overcome AC Milan last week, can the Blues do what the Gunners couldn't and keep their Champions League dream alive?