Shrewsbury V Chelsea at Greenhous Meadow Stadium - Match Preview

Shrewsbury V Chelsea - view commentary, squad, and statistics of the game live.Mellon targets Chelsea scalpShrewsbury boss Micky Mellon admits he might be "Special Brew" to Jose Mourinho's "Special One" but believes Town can give Chelsea a cup hangover.The Shrews host the Barclays Premier League leaders in the Capital One Cup fourth round on Tuesday aiming for one of the competition's biggest shocks.They have knocked out Blackpool, Leicester and Norwich to underline their fine season which sees them sit fourth in Sky Bet League Two.Local brewery Wood's has also launched beer 'Blues & Amber' to mark the game and Mellon is keen to set the bar high and leave Mourinho feeling bitter.He quipped: "If he's the Special One, I'm more Special Brew

It'll be terrific to have Jose here."I'm determined to get everything we can as a football club."I want to learn everything about how the best in the business operates

If we can take anything from that and make this wonderful football club better."Then I'm determined to that, I want to take any opportunity to move us forwards."Jose deserves and probably loves his nickname."It's not about me, I'm not that type of manager or guy

I'm here to make the team win games and I am a facility for the players, it's not my show."It's a cup tie, we want to try to win and get to the quarter-finals, we are not going to come and make numbers up

We are going to try to knock them out."Midfielder James Wesolowski is a doubt with a groin injury in Mellon's only injury worry and he is not concerned if Mourinho wanted to shake his hand before the game had finished.The Stamford Bridge boss angered Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert and his assistant Roy Keane with the gesture before Chelsea's game, which they won 3-0, had finished last month.But Mellon does not believe it is important in the context of the game.He said: "I would be disappointed if he didn't shake my hand, that would be a bigger lack of respect

Whether he does or doesn't is totally up to him."If it upsets Roy Keane he must deal with it

It wouldn't upset me

It's a minuscule part of what we're involved in."If we're winning I might go and shake his hand and give him a big cuddle but it's not about me

It's about my players."Mellon has already beaten a Chelsea team, including Roberto Di Matteo and Gianluca Vialli, in the League Cup while playing for Blackpool in 1996, winning 3-1 at Stamford Bridge.Unfortunately for Mellon, Chelsea won 5-4 on aggregate after a 4-1 victory in the first leg.He added: "The team they had out that day was ridiculous, it was when Chelsea first began to bring all the big stars to England and we did what we needed to get a result."We were a young team at the time and I knew they maybe might underestimate us

I knew they would come down a few gears and they did and it caught them cold

By the time we raced into as 3-1 lead it was too late for them."Chelsea captain John Terry claims he and Branislav Ivanovic were "double headlocked at every corner" during Sunday's gripping 1-1 draw at Manchester United.Chelsea were denied their eighth win of the season thanks to Robin van Persie's injury-time header, which cancelled out Didier Drogba's opener at Old Trafford.Mourinho could barely hide his dismay at Phil Dowd's performance in Manchester and it appears Terry agrees with his manager.Mourinho was unhappy that referee Dowd did not award his team a penalty in the first half when Ivanovic went down in the box during a tussle with United defender Chris Smalling during a set piece

Just in front of Ivanovic, Terry also tumbled to the ground as he battled with Marcos Rojo, but no penalty was awarded.Van Persie's equaliser came after Ivanovic had been sent off for two bookable offences after twice fouling Angel di Maria, but Terry suggested on Instagram that it was the Chelsea right-back and himself who were sinned against, rather than sinners.Terry wrote: "It shows how well we are playing when you come away from Old Trafford disappointed with 1 point."Thanks to all the travelling fans for your great support

#JtandIVAgotdoubleheadlockedfromeverycorner."Dowd handed out seven yellow cards out to Chelsea, meaning the Blues will be fined B#25,000.Up until Van Persie swept home in dramatic fashion, Chelsea looked like grabbing all three points thanks to Drogba's first league goal of the season.Many questioned the wisdom of Mourinho's decision to re-sign Drogba in the summer, but the veteran striker rolled back the years to leap high and convert a 53rd minute header to put Chelsea in front.With Loic Remy out for a considerable time because of a groin problem, Chelsea are short of backup for Diego Costa, who has also been troubled by injury this term.Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic is delighted, therefore, that 36-year-old Drogba is looking as sprightly as he did during the early stages of his career."Didier played very well against United, he looked like a 20-year-old out there," said Matic of Drogba, who also scored in the 6-0 win over Maribor on Wednesday."He was very important, kept every ball, was very strong

He was one of our most important players."Everybody saw that he played well

He is going to be important for us

He has already scored one in the Champions League and now another here."Like every player in the team, he is getting more confidence and we will see what happens in the future."Drogba played a huge rule in helping Mourinho win five trophies during his first spell in charge at Stamford Bridge.In total the striker scored 157 times for the west London club over eight years.Given that he will be 37 in five months' time, it would be unrealistic to expect such a prolific goal scoring rate this season, but Matic thinks the Ivorian will be important to the squad this year for other reasons too."He is very important for the young players because what we're trying to do now (winning titles), he has done it first," said the 26-year-old, who also returned to Stamford Bridge earlier this year after a three-year spell at Benfica."He is good mentally, he talks to the young players and makes things easier for them and for me also."Drogba is likely to be rested for Tuesday's Capital One Cup fourth round clash.Costa, who missed the United game due to his hamstring injury, is also set to miss the game and Matic thinks it is important the Spain striker is not rushed back."He trained with us but I think he felt some more pain and the club didn't want to risk him," Matic said, explaining the absence of the prolific front man, who has scored nine goals in seven league games."Of course we need him but the most important thing is to be healthy and to be prepared for the next games

We need every player fit."

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