Petr Cech considers Chelsea to be underdogs in the UEFA Champions League final, but believes pressure will weigh heavy on Bayern Munich.
The Blues face the German giants on 19th May, with the biggest prize in European club football up for grabs.
Roberto Di Matteo's side have, in disposing of Barcelona in the semi-finals, already shown that they have what it takes to claim continental glory for the first time in their history.
They will, however, have to see off Bayern on their own patch if they are to get their hands on the trophy, with the final set to be staged at the Allianz Arena.
"It's a final and you would think that the chances are 50-50, but to play at your own stadium and have your own dressing room is a huge advantage," Chelsea keeper Cech told CTK.
"This coincidence of events has made Bayern the favourites. We will try to outsmart them in some way."
While Cech believes fortune has favoured Bayern, he hopes the expectation they find themselves under will aid Chelsea's cause.
"The final is about how the two teams cope with the pressure," added the Czech shot-stopper.
"They are the favourites as they play at home but the pressure is bigger on them than it is on us.
"That might be to our advantage, it might be a disadvantage. We will have to wait and see how the match goes.
"Either way, we will try to make their role as favourites as unpleasant as possible. Certainly we are not going there just on a trip. We want to win."
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