(L-R) Chelsea's John Terry, Gary Cahill and goalkeeper Asmir Begovic react after their Champions League group G soccer match against Dynamo Kiev at the Olympic stadium in Kiev, Ukraine, October 20, 2015. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
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With two of Chelsea's three remaining Champions League group games to come at Stamford Bridge, skipper John Terry is confident qualification for the knockout rounds is in their own hands after Tuesday's 0-0 draw at Dynamo Kiev.The English champions, who beat Maccabi Tel Aviv 4-0, lost 2-1 at Porto and sit third in Group G, were denied by the woodwork twice in Kiev and had a strong penalty claim turned down when Cesc Fabregas was tripped.With Kiev and Porto still to play in London, Terry said home advantage would give them the edge to progress from the group.Chelsea are 12th after nine games and already 10 points behind leaders Manchester City.
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