Chelsea defender Gary Cahill has said he is looking forward to testing himself against Paris St-Germain's talented attacking players during tonight's Champions League quarter-final.
The current PSG side is a completely different proposition to the one Jose Mourinho faced in his first European match as Chelsea coach a decade ago.
The French side now boast one of the most feared strike forces in European football following extensive investment in the club from their Qatari owners.
"There's no doubt that one of their most important attributes is their front three, so it will be difficult for us, but I'm very much looking forward to testing myself against players such as Ibrahimovic, Cavani, Lavezzi and Lucas," Cahill told Chelsea's website.
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