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Gary Cahill: 'Chelsea can win Champions League again'

Gary Cahill: 'Chelsea can win Champions League again'

And the Italian tactician believes Morata is a canny addition by Antonio Conte. More fresh signings are expected, but as they showed against Arsenal on Saturday, they are a formidable unit, even without Diego Costa leading the line.

Chelsea and Bayern meet for the first time in nearly four years, since a Friday night in Prague in late August 2013, when Romelu Lukaku kicked the last ball in anger of his Chelsea career, failing to convert the decisive penalty kick in the shootout that gave Bayern the win in the UEFA Super Cup. I think Chelsea have a really good signing because he is a player that can help the team to be better.

"At this moment, Renato is training with us and working with us", Ancelotti said. "It will be a big test for us, but the result is the last thing we are focused on". Conte said he will try to give some minutes on the pitch to the Spain worldwide on Tuesday. He can work a lot for the team also'. In the last five matches of Chelsea, they have won four matches and lost one match in friendly and English Premier League. The Premier League is the place to be and people want to come over and play. "It's different if you compare it to leagues in other countries because it's very tough and physically it's strong, but Morata is ready to have a big impact". The venue of the match is at Singapore National Stadium.The game will kick-off at 5:05 PM IST.

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