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Zinedine Zidane warns Chelsea that Eden Hazard, Sergio Ramos and all his stars are ready to 'fight to the death' in Champions League semi-final showdown Zinedine Zidane says his team are ready to 'fight to the death' to beat Chelsea Real take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in Wednesday's semi-final second leg captain Sergio Ramos is back in squad after a month of calf trouble Eden Hazard has finally shaken off a frustrating sequence of injuries to return 

By Nick Purewal, Pa

Published: 22:49 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 22:53 BST, 4 May 2021

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Zinedine Zidane has insisted that Eden Hazard, Sergio Ramos and all his stars are ready to 'fight to the death' to beat Chelsea to the Champions League final.

Zidane's Real side will take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in Wednesday's semi-final second leg, in a bid to reach their first final in three years.

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Captain Ramos is back in the Real squad after a month of calf trouble, while ex-Chelsea talisman Hazard has finally shaken off a frustrating sequence of injuries.

Zinedine Zidane insisted all his Real stars are ready to 'fight to the death' to beat Chelsea

Zinedine Zidane insisted all his Real stars are ready to 'fight to the death' to beat Chelsea

Zidane dismissed any fears over Spain stalwart Ramos' fitness, before tipping Hazard to find top form on his old stomping ground.

'I'm not going to be taking a risk, Sergio is with us and that means that he is ready to play; that's it,' said Zidane.

'I'm not going to tell you now about whether Sergio will play or any other player.

'He's here with us and that means that he is fine, that's the most important thing for us, to have our leader with us, to have our captain with us. As I said before all of the players that are here with us are ready. All

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