Burnley striker Sam Vokes says Burnley will be setting out to frustrate Chelsea at Turf Moor on Sunday.
The Clarets lost 5-0 at Manchester City last weekend and will be seeking to bounce back against a Chelsea team that are still unbeaten in a competitive game this season.
“You obviously have to look at the opposition and we do a lot of analysis before the game, but we know what they’re about and how they play,” Vokes told Sky Sports.
“It’s just important for us to look at how we play against them and concentrate on ourselves, especially at home we need to take the game to them.”
He added: “I’m sure they’ll be looking at coming here with confidence after their start to the season so for us it’s about frustrating them, getting into them and making it a game for ourselves.”
Chelsea star Eden Hazard leads the Premier League’s scoring charts with seven goals and Vokes described him as one of the best in the world.
“He’s top class,” Vokes said of Hazard.
“He’s one of the great players in the world, let alone in the Premier League so you have that respect for him going into the game, you see what he’s about.
“I think when you step over the pitch at the weekend, it’s 11v11 at the end of the day and it’s us against them so we’ll be playing it as any other game.”