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Chelsea rested and ready for crucial fixture run after inaugural winter break, says Frank Lampard

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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard says he and his staff are feeling refreshed and ready to go after the Premier League's first winter break.

Chelsea return from their break into a run of season-defining home games, with Manchester United, Tottenham and Bayern Munich visiting Stamford Bridge in consecutive fixtures.

The Blues host Manchester United on Monday evening and a win would give them a nine-point buffer to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side in the race for the top four, though Lampard says United will always remain a threat to those chasing Champions League qualification.



I enjoyed having a little time away, refreshing feel and think about things, a small reboot for everyone."

The break will have given some of Lampard's fatigued squad a chance to take stock and build up a little more energy before things start to heat up both in the race for the top four and the Champions League.

The Blues were given a week off following the 2-2 draw at Leicester and returned to training at Cobham on Monday morning looking to kick-on ahead of the run-in.

“I haven’t seen a really visible difference [from the players], but I think it was a good thing," said Lampard.
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