The first leg of the Champions League semi-final between Chelsea and Juventus has been postponed.
The first leg was due to take place at the end of Sunday’s game at Stamford Bridge but will now be played on Monday, a Chelsea statement said.
This was the first time since the start of the season that a game has been moved.
The tie was originally due to start at 17:00 BST (07:00 GMT) on Tuesday but the match has now been moved back to 17:30 BST (08:30 GMT).
The match has been rescheduled to take on Juventus at 19:30 (09:30 CEST) on Wednesday.
The Champions League has been the most important of the two competitions for the teams with both winning trophies.
It has seen Chelsea become the first team to win three consecutive Premier League titles and the second since Arsenal in 1996.
Chelsea won their first league title since 2004 in May and the first since 2008.
Juventus will face a tough battle against Manchester City in the final.
City beat Bayern Munich 2-1 in the Champions Leagues quarter-finals on Wednesday and will be looking to take a big step towards securing their place in the semi-finals with the win.