Nigeria International, Victor Moses is high on confidence as he heads to the Emirates stadium with Chelsea for their second leg League Club clash against Arsenal.

With first leg ending in a barren draw, the ticket to join Manchester City in the Wembley final is realistically anybody's and Moses feels it should be for the Blues.

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"We must use that confidence to go to the Emirates Stadium and try and win that game on Wednesday." Moses told the London Evening  Standard as he reflected on the last outing of Chelsea in which they secured a massive 4-0 win away from home against Brighton in the Premier League.

It is Arsenal's first game after Alexis Sanchez’ exit and fans are eager to see Arsene Wenger unleash new boy, Henrikh Mkhitaryan on the Blues, although he is cup-tied.

But Moses is not bothered. For him, the Brighton victory is good for their confidence and they would work to build on the momentum having previously gone four games without a win.

"[This win] has definitely picked the team up. Winning 4-0 away was key and important for us." Moses posited.

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