Swansea City manager Paul Clement will be returning to Stamford Bridge tomorrow after helping Chelsea win the Premier League title in 2010 as assistant to Carlo Ancelotti.
Swansea City have been rejuvenated since the appointment of Clement as manager. Swansea City have picked more points (12) than Chelsea (11) from their last six Premier League games and have moved out of the bottom three since the appointment of Clement last month.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is expecting a tough game when Chelsea play Swansea City tomorrow.
“He had a great impact for the team and also with the transfer window they reinforced the squad and we must pay great attention tomorrow because for sure, it will be a really tough game,” Conte said.
“If you watch their game against Liverpool (3-2 win) and Manchester City (2-1 defeat), you understand the difficulty of the game but I am sure my players understand this.
“We worked well and worked to face them in the right way but Clement is doing a great job with Swansea.
“They are very compact defensively and dangerous in offensive situations and set pieces. We must pay great attention tomorrow.”