Eden Hazard has finally picked up form after a slow start to the season, following an injury that kept him out for over three months.
The Belgian was in devastating form against Liverpool in the 1-1 draw on Saturday and was yet again subject to kicks during the game.
A lot of teams tend to man-mark the Chelsea star, but Swansea manager Paul Clement has revealed that he has no set plans to man mark Hazard when Swansea City visit Chelsea tomorrow night in the Premier League.
Clement told WalesOnline: “There are no special plans like man marking. When you play Chelsea they have ability all over the field, players like Fabregas who comes forward. From midfield. There is Pedro too.
“There are good players throughout, but I like these games, the expectation is lower but as a coach it is always a very exciting challenge.”