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Emma Hayes does not expect Chelsea to be intimidated by partisan crowd in Paris.



Tuesday night at the Sebastien Charlety Stadium, Paris must not only advance but also pray that bottom-place Real Madrid is

unable to defeat Swedish side Hacken.Hayes stated at a press conference: “Both of us consider this a crucial contest. From the home game, we were aware of Paris’s qualities. “We are cognizant of the fact that they are invested in winning this game, just as we are.”They are respected. It is their residence, so we anticipate a sizable gathering and are delighted to be there.


“We perform in front of audiences on a regular basis. We are accustomed to large crowds and enjoy playing with them.


“Having previously played in Paris, albeit for PSG, we are familiar with the ambiance and the fact that the players enjoy performing in front of a large crowd.”Leading the Women’s Super League with a solitary loss in their opening twelve matches, Chelsea have achieved an unblemished record in Group D with three victories and two draws.


On Sunday, when they host Everton, they will attempt to extend their three-point advantage over Manchester City atop the WSL standings. However, Hayes is not preoccupied with the upcoming matchup in the French capital.


Hayes further stated, “We hold the competition and the group in high regard.” In November, his squad defeated Paris 4-1 at home. “We are cognizant of their threats.” We are especially cognizant of their velocity in the expansive regions.Moreover, I believe they have a solid expertise in the center. “I believe the match will be quite different from the one played at Stamford Bridge.”


Due to injury, Germany midfielder Melanie Leupolz will be rested, and goalkeeper Ann-Katrin Berger has been confined to her residence. However, Hayes affirmed she will otherwise select from an unchanged squad.