Chelsea boss Frank Lampard denies they face Manchester United tomorrow as favourites.
For Lampard, he is refusing to take United lightly in what he reminded his players is a "big game".
"It certainly does feel like a big game," Lampard said.
"They are a quality team, they went to Paris and got a fantastic result.
"It's an opportunity to get some hard-earned points. It's too early to assume anything. It's early.
"The games of teams around you will always be big. There are games where you have to grind out."