Chelsea director Maurizio Sarri says his side will have the ability to defeating Gareth Southgate’s England.
The 60-year-old, who admitted he had no attention in last summer’s World Cup, ” said any top-level club side could beat the world’s best international clubs.
“we could drawwe can losewe can acquire. Maybe (I’ve had) longer than the usual national team although not enough to organise the team like I want.
“The next (week) will be the first week without three matches beginning August 20, or so enough timing is not enough.”
Sarri said he wasn’t alone at having time for football gaming, despite Chelsea with two players at Southgate’s Three Lions squad at last summer’s World Cup at Russia.
“Every coach thinks like me. It is unusual to say it,” he explained.
“It is impossible to organise very well a team in 30 days. Every team at the World Cup will lose against the club teams in every game.
“It is extremely tricky to observe an extremely organised team from the Euros or World Cup.”
Chelsea welcome the Magpies into Stamford Bridge this weekend and are working to avert a third consecutive home league match without even scoring for your first time in more than 25 decades.
The Blues lost to Tottenham in their Carabao Cup semifinal first leg on Tuesday and Sarri admitted to with a far-than-ordinary superstition.
“If I lose a game I cut my own hair, usually,” he explained.
“Five years I have already been doing that. At the last few years in Naples we lost 12 matches in three seasons.”