Kovacic: “Bayern will be more rested, the Bundesliga is not the Premier”Matthew Kovacic, Chelsea midfielder, said at a press conference that Bayern Munich will be more rested for the eighth of the Champions League, because “the Bundesliga is not as tough as the Premier League“.“They will be more rested because the Bundesliga is not the Premier. Today we will analyze them and see what weaknesses they have. We have shown that we know how to play great games and we want to prove it tomorrow, “said the Croatian 24 hours after measuring himself to the Germans in the first leg of the ‘Champions’ round.Kovacic is, along with Pedro, the only one who knows what it is to win the Champions League and was asked about whether the other players ask him about it. “I have been fortunate to play in a great club like Real Madrid and win the Champions League, but the players do not ask, every weekend there is an important match. I think this team can do great things. “On his evolution as a player and the impact that his current coach Frank Lampard is having, Kovacic explained that he is having a good season, which is becoming a better player, but that is also something normal because it has more and more experience. Frank Lampard, Chelsea coach, admitted at a press conference that there will be moments in the tie against Bayern Munich, whose first leg of the round is played on Tuesday, that they will have to suffer, and that if there is to do it, “it will suffer “.“A large part of my job is to explain to young players that this is a tie that consists of two games. There are going to be times when we suffer and if we have to suffer it will suffer, “Lampard explained.The Englishman gave no clues about who will play this Tuesday and it remains in the air to know if the Argentine goal Willy Caballero will play for the fifth consecutive game, to the detriment of the Spaniard Kepa Arrizabalaga.“The effort against Tottenham was great and I have to see who is well,” he admitted.Chelsea will have the casualties, as confirmed by Lampard, by N’golo Kanté, Christian Pulisic and Callum Hudson-Odoi.Asked by Robert Lewandowski, Lampard said he was not worried about the Polish, but he praised how “regular and consistent it has been throughout all the years.” “It’s a big threat, but it’s not the only threat,” he said.“Against a team like Bayern in a round like this you have to raise the level a lot. It is a club that can win the Champions League every year because they are very strong, “he said.