Those are the ideas of Blues legend Frank Lampard.
After thrashing Qarabag on Matchday 1, Chelsea shuttle to face La Liga giants Atletico Madrid of their 2nd Champions League staff sport on Wednesday (7.45pm).
Antonio Conte’s men have hit their stride within the Premier League and swept apart Stoke Four-Zero on the wager365 Stadium of their remaining day out.
Lampard, who used to be a part of the Champions League profitable facet in 2012, insists his former membership don’t want to get a victory towards Atletico.
“Chelsea should remember they don’t have to win the game,” Lampard advised the London Evening Standard.
“If they arrive away with a draw they’re going to feel free and it is going to set them up for the Manchester City fit.
“I be expecting Atletico will press top and make it tricky for Chelsea to rise up the pitch to start with however as the sport develops they’re going to need to play at the counter-attack. That fits them.
“So Chelsea have to be good, now not pop out flying.
“They want to get some ownership and now not open up an excessive amount of.
“Still, enjoying in Europe fits Chelsea’s taste anyway. They can take a seat deep and depend at the tempo of Pedro, Willian or Eden Hazard in at the back of Alvaro Morata to create possibilities themselves.”