A much-changed Chelsea side including three teenaged debutants beat Brentford 2-0 on Wednesday to arrive at the League cup semi-finals where they will confront London rivals Tottenham Hotspur
An own objective a short way from time by Pontus Jansson broke the gridlock at Brentford before a Jorginho punishment fixed triumph for Thomas Tuchel's COVID-hit side.
In a thriller at Anfield, a debilitated Liverpool side returned from the verge to beat Leicester City on penalties later a 3-3 draw, setting up a semi-last against Arsenal.
"It's useful for Tottenham to arrive at the semi-finals of this opposition," Conte, said.
"You can see the names of these groups that have arrives at the semi-finals, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal with us so every side needs to attempt to lift this prize. Presently I'm finding in England to win a prize is undeniably challenging."
Considering the strain on their separate crews, the night's ties offered a full incentive for the fans.
Chelsea rolled out eight improvements to the side that drew 0-0 with Wolverhampton Wanderers at the end of the week. The director Tuchel took care of introductions to foundation players Harvey Vale, Jude Soonsup-Bell, and Xavier Simsons
Tuchel did later present regulars Jorginho, Reece James, Christian Pulisic, Mason Mount, and N'Golo Kante off the seat and it demonstrated definitive for Chelsea.
It was across from the right from James that Jansson cut into his own objective and Jorginho then, at that point, concealed a brand name spot-kick.