Chelsea may not defeat Dynamo Kiev in a second leg round of 16 Europa League tie on Thursday, manager Maurizio Sarri has admitted.
The Blues go into the clash in Ukraine with a 3-0 lead but Sarri admits it will be hard to his charges to win the clash.
“The pitch is not good and I think that it’s really dangerous to play any football here. It’s really very dangerous for injuries,” Sarri told reporters.
“I don’t know the reason, probably winter, because I played here two years ago and the pitch was wonderful (but it is now) very, very dangerous.”
Arsenal will take on Rennes in London having lost the first leg of the Europa League encounter, also.