Chelsea will host Peterborough at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, in the third round of the FA Cup. Despite being huge underdogs for the game, Peterborough manager Grant McCann has stated that he won’t change his side’s game to a defensive style, as they face Chelsea.
“It’s a great opportunity for the players to play against world-class players, with a big fan base coming from Peterborough,” he told the club’s official website.
“I think it’s sold-out, which is great, everyone’s looking forward to it and we can’t wait.
“(I want to) go and enjoy it, go and play our normal game, we won’t be changing for Chelsea. I know that might sound a bit arrogant, it’s not.
“We’ll go there and try our best, give everything we have for the football club and hopefully we can come away with a positive result but we’re under no illusions; we’re playing against probably the best team in Europe at the minute, one of the best.”