During the interview, Des Kelly informed him that UEFA had announced a 10-minute delay.
"Alright," Terzic laughed. Dortmund are enjoying a sensational run of form since the World Cup, winning all 10 games since German clubs' seasons resumed in January.
Terzic's side has propelled up the Bundesliga table and are level on 49 points with champions Bayern Munich at the summit, winning more games than any other outfit in the top flight.
They will look to inflict an 11th defeat in 19 games on Potter and Chelsea, with the Blues head coach under severe pressure to produce results.
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