The Chelsea captain John Terry is still feeling confident about facing the Portugese Champions Porto tonight, despite missing Didier Drogba and Jose Bosingwa through suspension, but he is confident that Chelsea can extend their unbeaten home sequence in the Champions League, which stretches back to 2006, without them.
“Obviously it will be harder without them, especially with the way Didier has started the season. He has been almost unplayable for opposition defenders and has scored some excellent goals, but we have to remember what the likes of Salomon Kalou and Nicolas Anelka are capable of, and we still have the firepower to score goals,” said Terry.
“I’ve said before that at Chelsea we always seem to come together in the face of adversity and that’s exactly what we have done. There have been a few obstacles put in front of us in recent times but we come through it and show our quality. Hopefully everyone can get behind us at the Bridge and make a lot of noise.”