Chelsea boss Frank Lampard urged to copy Liverpool for Timo Werner after dour Man Utd draw

“He got away with it last year because Liverpool ran away with the title and Arsenal, Spurs and United were poor … this time it will be different with Everton and Wolves improving and Spurs and Arsenal picking up again.”

Chelsea return to action on Wednesday when they take on Krasnodar in the Champions League (5.55pm).

After that the Blues carry on their Premier League campaign against Burnley on Saturday at 3pm.

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