Swansea defender Angel Rangel has warned his teammates against complacency ahead of Sunday’s game with Chelsea.
Michael Laudrup’s side dispatched of Sunday’s opponents over two legs in the semi-final of the cup, which they eventually went on to win with a comfortable 5-0 victory against Bradford at Wembley.
Rangel admits that the 2-0 victory last time they travelled to Stamford Bridge will be hard to forget, but it’s important they do not dwell on the past and look to finish the season strongly.
The 30-year-old insists that Chelsea have transformed into a much stronger side over the last few months and expects a much tougher test this time round.
Rangel said: “We did beat them in the Capital One Cup semi-final and people may say they are looking for revenge, but we are just thinking about ourselves.
“It does give us confidence knowing that we can go to a stadium like that and win, but this is a different story this weekend.
“They are fighting for the top four, but we have not won for a while and it’s important for us to get something there.”
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