Eden Hazard is confident his former side, Chelsea are capable of beating reigning Premier League champions Manchester City on Saturday, November 23.
Chelsea are currently the most in-form team in the Premier League having won six consecutive games, a run that has seen them climb up to third on the table.
Frank Lampard's good record will, however, come under serious threat when they travel to face City in a ground where they lost 6-0 on their last visit back in February under Maurizio Sarri.
In an interview with Sky Sports, Hazard was asked whether he thinks Chelsea's youthful side can beat City, "Of course I think so. It’s not going to be easy. It’s hard to play there.
"Last time we played them we lost 6-0, so bad memories for me and for Chelsea as well. But I think this season they are really good.
"They are really young, but they are really good, so why not go there and win the game? When I watch them, no Hazard but it’s a party!
"They can score, they score a lot of goals, the fans are happy, they are third in the league, so it’s going to be a great season. They just need to stay there, win games and that’s it."