Chelsea v Monterrey, Yokohama, 10.30am, live on BBC
I KNOW more about Monterey cheese than Monterrey the football team but looking at the prices bookies expect a comfortable win for the European champions.
The Blues enter the tournament at the semi-final stage and face are the CONCACAF champions from Mexico who are no mugs.
However, Rafa Benitez's men are no bigger than 8-15 to win with bet365. Monterrey had to come through a quarter-final match to make the last four and beat Koreans Ulsan Hyundai to reach this stage.
Benitez, who won the World Club Cup with Inter Milan in 2010, will want do well on the big stage after crashing out of the Champions League and will have been lifted by recent wins against Nordsjaelland and Sunderland.
His fellow Spaniard Juan Mata has hit three in his last three and is 19-10 with unibet to net again.
Monterrey score plenty and have kept just one clean sheet in their last 12 in all competitions, including the victory over Ulsan. Former Lyon winger Cesar Delgado netted twice against the Koreans and is 5-1 at Paddy Power to hit the target against Chelsea.
Monterrey sit seventh in the Mexican league so you have to imagine Chelsea will win if they're in the mood.
Torres to score
(6-5, Paddy Power)