Former Chelsea defender Marcel Desailly believes that Stamford Bridge is too small to make a difference in the Champions League quarter-final second leg with Paris Saint-Germain. Chelsea will look to replicate 2012 when they overcame a 3-1 first leg defeat to Napoli in the Champions League when they host PSG at Stamford Bridge in the second leg of their quarter-final tie tonight. While PSG are favourites to finish off the job, even without the injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Chelsea know that if they were to win 2-0 then they would go through on the away goals rule. Blues boss Jose Mourinho was in a bullish mood in the pre-match press conference, however, former Chelsea defender Desailly does not believe that a European night at Stamford Bridge compares to the San Siro, Old Trafford or Anfield, adding that the stadium “won’t have a big influence”. Desailly is quoted as saying in Le Parisien on Stamford Bridge: “It’s a small stadium. Atmosphere is nothing like San Siro, Old Trafford or Anfield. It won’t have a big influence.”The Frenchman made 222 league appearances at Chelsea in six years between 1998 and 2004 after joining from AC Milan. Watch the second leg of UEFA Champions League quarter-final: Borussia Dortmund face Real Madrid.