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Chelsea youngster Tammy Abraham has labelled the game against Valencia as Chelsea’s biggest game of the season.
Indeed, the game is a principal tie for the Blues as it can go a long way to determine how far Chelsea can go in the Champions League this season.
A win for Chelsea means the Blues are through to the next round and a draw means Chelsea must beat Lille in their final group game to qualify for the next round.
A defeat in this game is a no go area and Abraham insists that this game is Chelsea’s biggest of the season.
“We know coming here is never going to be easy,” said the 22-year-old. “Their fans will support Valencia all the way so we have to stick together as a team.
“This is our biggest game of the season so far but training hasn’t been any different and nobody has been acting different. We’ve all been enjoying training and focused.
“Coming after the loss at Man City, we’re all disappointed but we have to pick ourselves up because we have a massive game coming up. When tomorrow comes, we’ll all be in game mode and we know that have to give our best performance to win that game. We all know what’s coming so we should be ready.”