Eden Hazard has warned that Chelsea must take an attacking mindset to the Emirates Stadium if they want to overcome Arsenal in the second leg of their Carabao Cup semifinal on Wednesday. Arsenal held Chelsea to a goalless draw in a
first leg of few chances at Stamford Bridge earlier this month but will be playing their first game without Alexis Sanchez, who completed his protracted move to rivals Manchester
United on Monday.
Antonio Conte has only won once in seven matches in all competitions against Arsene Wenger since taking over as Chelsea head coach, but Hazard is adamant that there will be no room for caution when they take on the Gunners on Wednesday.
Chelsea and Arsenal have already met twice in January, playing out a thrilling 2-2 draw in the Premier League at the Emirates Stadium
before the Carabao Cup stalemate at Stamford Bridge, and Hazard admitted that he would relish another open battle.