Holders Chelsea trained on Tuesday ahead of their UEFA Champions League Group E match with Italian side Juventus on Wednesday.
SOUNDBITE: (English) Roberto Di Matteo, Chelsea manager:
(Q: What do you make of your opponents Juventus with them being 42 games unbeaten in Seria A?)
"It's a very strong team, I think everybody recognises that. They have a fantastic run, unbeaten run and they have some quality within that team, experienced young players, dynamic players and it's probably one of the most difficult fixtures that you could have picked or being drawn against in this Champions League."
SOUNDBITE: (English) John Obi Mikel, Chelsea midfielder:
"Yes. I think there is pressure. We have a lot of good players. A lot of senior players in that dressing room to deal with it. We are all big players. This is what we live with - we live with pressure every game. We have to go out there tomorrow and make sure we play well. Obviously it is not going to be easy because Juve haven't lost since last season. It is going to be difficult. But I think if we go out there tomorrow and play the way we play - tactically sound and everything. I think tomorrow we have a very good chance of winning the game."
John Obi Mikel: Chelsea 'live with pressure every game'Wednesday, September 19 2012