This article updates itself. There is no need to refresh this page. Last Updated at 9:52 pm, November 6th 2013
Full-time: Chelsea 3 (Eto'o 31, 54, Ba 83) Schalke 0.
GOAL! Chelsea 3 (Demba Ba 83) Schalke 0
Final substitution of the night, for Chelsea - Frank Lampard ON, Oscar OFF.
Second Chelsea change - Kevin De Bruyne ON, Andre Schurrle OFF.
First change for Chelsea - Demba Ba ON, two-goal Samuel Eto'o OFF. No hat-trick for him tonight then.
Third and final Schalke change - Sead Kolasinac ON, Kevin-Prince Boateng OFF.
Another Schalke caution, this time for Uchida! The Japan defender takes out Schurrle.
Jermaine Jones is booked! He's the second Schalke player cautioned after Draxler. No complaints after he brought down Willian on the right flank.
Second Schalke substitution - Max Meyer ON, Christian Fuchs OFF. That's an attacking switch from Jens Keller.
First Schalke substitution of the night - Christian Clemens ON, Julian Draxler OFF.
GOAL! Chelsea 2 (Eto'o 54) Schalke 0
Chris Green from Huddersfield has some half-time thoughts via email: 'Chelsea have been very vulnerable at the back; they have allowed Schalke a lot of time on the ball, and this has resulted in the Germans having a lot of chances. I am glad the Blues are winning, but they will need to start keeping the ball more, as I see the Germans grabbing an equaliser if Chelsea keep on making errors in defence.'
Half-time: Chelsea 1 (Eto'o 31) Schalke 0. Another risky challenge by Draxler just before the interval, on Eto'o - whose closing down led to Hildebrand's howler and the only goal of this Group E clash thus far.
GOAL! Chelsea 1 (Samuel Eto'o 31) Schalke 0
Yellow card for Draxler for pulling down Azpilicueta - that's the first booking of the night.
Chris Green's just in time with this email: 'Chelsea outplayed Schalke a couple of weeks ago, and providing that the Blues perform to their full potential this evening, I see another comfortable Chelsea win on the agenda. I think the Blues will win 3-1, with Eto'o, Willian and Ramires making the scoresheet.'
Matthew Byrne aka @byrnsey26 on Twitter has got in touch to say:'Think Chelsea will win tonight, quite comfortable being at home. Eto'o's due a good game. Still think Mata should be starting - he's world class.'
Unsurprisingly, Chelsea are strong favourites at 4/9 with Sky Bet to beat Schalke at the Bridge tonight. The Germans are long shots at 7/1 to take all three points, while the draw is priced up at 7/2. Check out all the Price Boosts and markets and let me know your selections.
Dan Buller's emailed in to say: 'I'm expecting a few goals from Eto'o tonight, Chelsea definitely need to win this game and bounce back from that 2-0 defeat at Newcastle.'
First bit of feedback of the night comes on the email from Simon Burridge from Hemel Hempstead: 'Big night for the Blues, need to bounce back after Newcastle shocker, Eto'o needs to step up tonight.'
UEFA Champions League
Wed 6th Nov - Group G
Zenit1 - 1FC Porto
A Madrid4 - 0Austria Vienna
Wed 6th Nov - Group H
Ajax1 - 0Celtic
Barcelona3 - 1AC Milan
Wed 6th Nov - Group E
Basel1 - 1S Bucuresti
Chelsea3 - 0Schalke
Wed 6th Nov - Group F
Napoli3 - 2Marseille
B Dortmund0 - 1Arsenal
UEFA Champions League Group A
UEFA Champions League Group B
UEFA Champions League Group C
|1||Zenit St. Petersburg||1||3|
UEFA Champions League Group D
UEFA Champions League Group E
UEFA Champions League Group F
|2||Paris St Germain||1||1|
UEFA Champions League Group G
UEFA Champions League Group H