Chelsea will be away to Atletico Madrid at their new home ground Wanda Metropolitano in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
Chelsea enter the game in good form, having not lost a game since the opening day defeat to Burnley, and vice-captain Cesar Azpilicueta has urged his teammates to be brave against one of Europe’s fiercest opponents in recent times.
“I expect to see a brave Chelsea tomorrow,” said the defender. “We know we are facing a highly experienced team in the competition. After being one year away from Europe we want to do it right.
“We know it’s complicated but we are going to try and get the three points, play our game and we know we have to play a perfect match in order to get them.”