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Published on Nov 30, 2012
Goal.com's Jonathan Wilson says Chelsea's new manager Rafael Benitez is fond of the same 4-2-3-1 system adopted by his predecessor Roberto Di Matteo. But whereas Di Matteo allowed Hazard, Oscar and Mata to motor forward, Benitez is less keen for them to do that, and he also wants the two holding midfielders to sit tight in front of the centre backs.
Intriguingly, he also looks keen to get more out of Oriol Romeu, the young Spanish passing midfielder. Fernando Torres remains "the big problem", adds Wilson.