Chelsea continued its upward trend as the club managed to defeat Leicester City two goals to one.
With new players nearly across the whole pitch, Conte will use this game as a chance for his side to get to know each other a bit more on the field, hopefully with some success.
"This is good news for us", Chelsea Manager Antonio Conte said of Hazard's return to the pitch. That doesn't mean we're going to spend 90 minutes in defence.
"We showed great endeavour to go right to the end of the game".
"Now we are starting to play the Champions League".
"You don't create a big, strong team easily", said Conte.
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Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is confident his squad can cope with a far busier September than a year ago.
"I like to call these kind of games tricky games. It's normal and there is the necessity to do rotation, otherwise you arrive to play the last two games without any energy". "We have to rotate some players because if you do not do it is a risk". The risk could be to play with the same players as against Leicester and then after the game, 'Why didn't you change the team that was tired?'
That is according to pundit and former Blues midfielder Craig Burley. Eden Hazard is expected to start the game on the bench, as he continues his return to full fitness in anticipation of seven games in 21 days.
Chelsea's Gary Cahill during training.
However, the European Cup has since eluded Hazard, with the 2014 semi-final the closest he has come and the 26-year-old is now determined to break that duck, starting against Qarabag in the opening round of group-stage fixtures tonight. After the goal he scored against Qarabag in the Champions League, though, a lot of his doubters will be silenced. "We will try to be competitive in a short time and not wait three, four or five years".
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