Full time: Chelsea (1) 1-3 (3) Atletico Madrid
21:44: Well that's all we've got time for live from Stamford Bridge for this evening. English interest in the competition ends at the semi-final stage as La Liga gets ready to enjoy an all-Spanish final. We'll have full coverage of the return of the Premier League this weekend but until next then, goodbye.
21:42: Atletico Madrid set up an all Spanish, all-Madrid Champions League final against Real Madrid after showing too much class to knock-out Chelsea. Fernando Torres had the hosts ahead but Adrian Lopez, Diego Costa and Arda Turan turned the game around and sent Diego Simeone's team through. They will face neighbours Real on 24 May, while Chelsea and Jose Mourinho are left to consider another failure at this stage of the Champions League and a possible trophyless season ahead.
Full time: Chelsea (1) 1-3 (3) Atletico Madrid
21:33: Going through the motions now at the Bridge I am afraid. Both sides know this game is over. An all-Madrid final in May it seems, the first Champions League final between two sides from the same city.
21:27: Combined with the adverse public transport conditions, fans have begun to leave early at Stamford Bridge and in some ways who would blame them? They have seen their side thorougherly outplayed this evening and leaves Chelsea facing a trophyless season on Mourinho's return to the club. Not exactly a happy homecoming.
21:19: Atletico Madrid into the final of the Champions League and they have a third goal to round off their evening's work in west London. Juanfran is again no tracked after the crossfield pass and his cross finds Turan who first heads against the crossbar before burrying in the follow up. Game set and match and another Chelsea Champions League campaign under Mourinho looks like soming an early end.
Goal: Chelsea (1) 1-3 (3) Atletico Madrid (Arda Turan)
21:14: Pressure really building from the home team who are 22 minutes away from another semi-final exit under Mourinho. Willians swings in another free-kick from the left and after Courtois appears to fumble the ball, the referee awards a free-kick.
21:11: Raul Garcia on and goalscorer Adrian off for Atletico. Demba Ba, matchwinner against PSG, replaces Fernando Torres.
21:09: Chelsea come close to levelling as Willian's cross is headed onto the post by David Luis and Courtois somehow claws the rebound over the bar before Terry can convert. Really coming to the boil this one.
21:06: Big problems for Chelsea as Atletico lead on the night. Samuel Eto'o trips Diego Costa, who after a delay following an arguement about placing th ball on the penalty spot, sends Schwarzer the wrong way and finds the roof of the net. Chelsea need two.
Goal: Chelsea 1-2 Atletico Madrid (Diego Costa)
Penalty to Atletico Madrid
21:02: Some nice build-up from Chelsea as Atletico just sit a bit deep but they can't take advantage as David Luiz shoots wastefully over.
20:58: Thibaut Courtois shows a glimmer of what he is made of, with an amazing save to keep out John Terry's booming header. Eto'o on now for Chelsea and it's Ashley Cole who makes way.
20:56: Samuel Eto'o coming on for Chelsea. Fernando Torres the likely replacement.
20:53: Atletico have started the half like they ended it and they almost go ahead on the night, and out of sight in the tie. Koke's cross flashes across the face of goal and when Cahill only half clears, Turan forces Schwarzer into a superb reaction save.
20:50: Second half under way at Stamford Bridge.
20:37: Entertaining first half which sees Atletico with the advanatge after grabbing an away goal in the final moments of the first half. Fernando Torres had put Chelsea ahead against his former club but Adrian has Atletico going through on away goals. Much to play for.
Half time: Chelsea (1) 1-1 (1) Atletico Madrid
20:36: Just as Chelsea dream of taking a half-time lead over Atletico, they concede a pivotal away goal. Juanfran gets in round the back and when Ashley Cole doesn't clesr his lines, Adrian scuffs the ball beyond both Cahill and Schwarzer.
Goal: Chelsea (1) 1-1 (1) Atletico Madrid (Adrian Lopez)
20:27: Chelsea get the break through after 36 minutes. Willian keeps the ball in the corner under pressure from Felipe Luis, but is able to feed the ball to Torres whose goal-bound shot is deflect on its way past Courtois and into the corner. No celebration from the former Atletico forward who give the water-tight Blues the lead.
Goal: Chelsea 1-0 Atletico Madrid (Fernando Torres)
20:20: Gary Cahill overuns the ball as Chelsea get in a mess in their own half and Atletico break away. Adrian feeds Felipe Luis, who despite leapfrogging the first challenge, see Ramires intercept and his clearance richocet out for a corner. Now the Blues invite more pressure as Cahill ouls Adrian.
20:15: Bit more joy for Chelsea as successive corners come as pass the mid-way point in the first half. First, Terry is crowded out before Hazard takes a wild swing at the ball after Godin's header cler, but can only skew the ball horribly over the bar.
20:12: Atletico have not conceded from a corner all season but Chelsea almost unhinged them there. A set-piece from the right see Luiz control the ball 12 yards out and produce a bicycle kick which goes inches wide of the far post. Courtois, making his debut at Stamford Bridge of course, was rooted.
20:08: Costa again springs free after some nice interplay on the edge of the Chelsea box but Gary Cahill comes round to cover and Atletico only get a corner.
20:07: First we've seen of Diego Costa in behind the Chelsea back four. The Spaniard drifts in behind John Terry and after committing two Chelsea defenders, shoots from close range but sees his effort blocked.
20:05: At last a glimmer of an opportunity for Chelsea. Hazard's quick-feet on the left wins a free-kick and when the pull back finds Ramires, Koke gives away a needless free-kick in the middle of goal, 20 yards out. Willian wins the battle of the Brazilian's with David Luiz, but only curls over.
20:02: A wall of red and white in front of Chelsea as the hosts try to build from deep, but they're not really going anywhere. Some paitient build-up sees Azpilicueta cross from the right header away by Juanfran.
19:58: Cesar Azpilicueta starting on the right for Chelsea and several times already has found himself the furthest player forward. Atletico picking holes in the hosts so far.
19:56: Chelsea luck to escape in the early stages as Koke's cross floats over Schwarzer and onto the crossbar before the rebound fortunately only hits Luiz and goes over the bar. Atletico come close to a crucial away goal.
19:48: Under way at Stamford Bridge.
19:45: Players are out at Stamford Bridge after what can only be described as a dubious post-match build up not help but a horrid rendition of "Blue is the Colour". Kick off on the way.
19:36: Often games go completely against the form book and really shock you, but you can't see a free-flowing encounter tonight can you? To help stire up from atmosphere, each Chelsea supporter has been given a flag to wave. How nice. Less than 10 minutes until kick-off.
19:25: Would be fair to say plenty of the press are approaching this game with trepidation, given what occured in the first leg in Madrid. That night, Chelsea refused to budge as Atletico failed to break through. Surely with us requiring a finish tonight we'll see a change in tactics? Don't bet on it.
19:15: Let's start with the simple things first. Atletico make one change from the 0-0 draw at the Vicente Calderon, with Javi Garcia being replaced by Adrian. For Chelsea, Eden Hazard returns from thre weeks out with a calf problem while Fernando Torres again leads the attack against his former club.
Elsewhere, it's anyone's guess. Jose Mourinho has selected six defender tonight including captain John Terry, who has recovered from a season-ending foot injury. Branislav Ivanovic is back from suspension also. As it stands, I've got Cesar Azpilicueta and David Luiz in the centre of the Chelea midfield but to say there is some bemusement in among those at Stamford Bridge would be an understatement.
Chelsea: Schwarzer, Ivanovic, Terry, Cahill, Cole, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Ramires, Hazard, Willian, Torres
Atletico Madrid: Courtois, Juanfran, Miranda, Godin, F Luis, Arda, Suarez, Tiago, Koke, Adrian, Costa
19:00: After Real Madrid waltzed destructively past defending champions Bayern Munich on Tuesday, it's the turn on Chelsea and Atletico Madrid to complete the line-up for Lisbon on 24 May. The first leg was a tight, tedious affair in the Spanish capital and tonight promises to be much the same with neither side keen to give an inch. Amid the tube strikes whichare disrupting travel in London forcing many to take to buses as oppose to tubes, wouldn't it be ironic if Jose Mourinho, following much criticism over the tactics he employed against Liverpool, once again chose resilience over flair.