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Stamford Bridge haven’t been a fortress this season with the Blues losing three of our last four Premier League home games.
Chelsea assistant manager Jody Morris addressed Chelsea’s poor home record ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup game against Nottingham Forest.
“We’ve certainly discussed it. It was mentioned a bit after the Arsenal game because we realise we do have to address our home form,” Morris said.
“I don’t think it’s just a physical or technical thing but also the mental side when we’re not performing at our best or going through a run of games where the performances are not what they should be.
“We need to start looking at it and it will certainly be addressed going into Sunday, whether that’s with video or by talking.
“There’s pressure for most teams if you’re at a big club playing at home. You’re expected to be performing better than we are but there’s an element that we can all do better.
“Players need to give the fans something to shout about but sometimes the players need a bit of help from the fans as well. There are moments in games when everyone is frustrated so it’s more about whether we can pull in the same direction and support each other to come through it.”