Josh Neufville who will be facing Chelsea this night have opened up on what he expects to come out of this match; What he said
AFC Wimbledon winger Josh Neufville rates tonight’s Carabao Cup tie at Chelsea is the biggest game of his career.
Neufville feels the away support can make a difference in tonight’s second round clash.
Asked if this is the biggest game of his career, he told the club’s website: “Yeah I’d say so. In terms of who it’s against and the size of the stadium. It’s a big game for the football club but so was the one we had against Sutton.
“In terms of the preparations of what we do from day to day, there’s not much difference. Tactically we may have to make a few tweaks in relation to the opposition and how good they are on the ball. We know about how much money they’ve spent on young players, that’s probably the difference between the two teams but in terms of going into the game there’s nothing different for us.
“I remember when Bradford City beat Arsenal at their place. Our focus has to be on putting in a performance and then the result will take care of itself. We’re there for a cup upset and we want to do our fans proud.
“The supporters have been a massive part of what we’ve done so far this season. Coming away with us on tour, turning out at the home games, the away games – the numbers that turn up, it’s so beneficial for us. Over 4,000 tomorrow night will drive us on.”