Clarke shrugs off Ibrox defeat

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Chelsea´s unbeaten pre-season run may have come to an end following the 2-0 defeat to Rangers but assistant manager Steve Clarke insists there is no reason to press the panic button.

Chelsea will now dissect the work-out against Rangers ahead of their trip to Denmark to face Brondby in their final friendly on Tuesday, before resuming competitive action when they face Manchester United in the Community Shield on August 5.

"We have to think about the match on Tuesday," said Clarke. "We have to go away and assess this game, take what we need to take from it and hopefully win the match on Tuesday and go into the Community Shield in a positive frame of mind."

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