We need to go out there, get the W, and push on into the top four.
Chelsea also face City in the final of the League Cup later in February, as well as a tricky fifth-round FA Cup tie with Manchester United, but Hazard is relishing these tough tests.
The Argentina worldwide is looking forward to working with Sarri again at Stamford Bridge and is optimistic Chelsea can finish the season successfully.
The Blues came into the match off the back of two consecutive Premier League defeats, the second of which - a 4-0 pummelling at Bournemouth - was their heaviest since 1996. City have these kinds of players to play together.
Former Manchester City and Tottenham midfielder turned pundit Brown has expressed caution to Blues fans who might think they have turned a corner. "In the box he's unbelievable, so he will score more goals, I think".
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He added: "Jorginho needs movement without the ball from the other players, because he is used to playing one-touch and it is very hard to play one-touch without the movement of the other players".
"We have a lot of good players, a quality team, and very good players in front", the Brazilian told the club's official web portal.
Writing in his column for the Daily Mirror, Collymore said: "Eden Hazard needs to leave Stamford Bridge - to rid Chelsea of its toxic dressing room".
Should Higuain put up fine display in all the listed fixtures, then, we can shower huge praise on him. "He will score more goals".
"It is not easy, of course, and it is a long way but we need to try to improve in mentality". We moved the ball very fast, very well, there was a good movement without the ball'.
It's pretty clear, though, that Sarri wants a playmaker who can build attacks as his central midfield pivot, as opposed to a naturally defensive-minded player like Kante.