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Chelsea have a big game against Tottenham on Sunday at the Tottenham Stadium, and Chelsea boss Frank Lampard will be aiming for the three points to increase the gap on top four.
For Lampard, he’ll be up against his former boss Jose Mourinho and there will be no love when the two meet for the second time as managers, with Lampard having the upper hand as Derby County boss last season in the League Cup.
Chelsea legend Pat Nevin has now told Lampard that he might need help of Mourinho ahead of our Champions League second round tie against Bayern Munich in February and March next year.
Nevin told Chelsea’s official website: “It is probably worth keeping in Jose’s good books as far as Frank is concerned because even though I had a great view of our next Champions League opponents in Munich last week, Jose had a much closer view from the touchline.
“Any tips will be very welcome, however with an aggregate 10-3 defeat in their two group games I suspect it will be warnings about the quality of the German side more than anything else.
“They did look brilliant going forward and Spurs, albeit with a very weakened side, could have lost far worse than the final score of 3-1 on the night.”