The defending champions gave a lacklustre display as they were unable to break the deadlock against the Foxes on Saturday.
The home side managed just one shot on target while Leicester managed seven. "The most important thing is to put all your strength on the pitch and consider we are facing a lot of problems and despite this we stay there". "There's a risk involved and we know that, but that's our game".
"And they don't have to get nervous".
"And then I chose to pick the same formation after two and a half days and maybe I made a mistake because many players didn't recover from this effort".
"I think it's important to keep a good ambition against any opponent".
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Antonio Conte's Chelsea looked sluggish and didn't get going, while Leicester could have scored two or three in the first half alone but lost some steam in the second half as Ben Chilwell was sent off for two yellow cards in quick succession.
And Chelsea will have to recovery quickly as they prepare for a third round FA Cup replay against Norwich City on Wednesday.
Speaking in a press conference ahead of his side's Chelsea matchup, Leicester boss Claude Puel was questioned on the fitness of a number of the Foxes' stars, with the main focus on striker Jamie Vardy.
Meanwhile, Robert Huth has yet to feature for the first team this term, but did play in an under-23 fixture against Tottenham Hotspur earlier in January, indicating that he is nearing full fitness.
"He has a fantastic influence on the team, he's a valuable player for the team".
"For sure Vardy is a really good player and I don't like to speak about players of other teams, but in this case we are not talking about transfer market'".