The Clarets were no match for Antonio Contea��s side when they were beaten 3-0 at Stamford Bridge at the end of August as the Blues racked up a fourth straight win under the former Italy national-team boss.
But Dyche feels his side has grown as a top-flight side since that day in London as they look to stun the title favourites and make it six successive home Premier League wins.
He said: a�?They played miles better than us on the day and fully deserved the victory.
a�?I think we have morphed into a stronger unit now.
a�?There are no guarantees about playing teams like this but, beyond this result, I think wea��re a stronger unit and I think wea��ve got a bit more experience and a bit more knowledge about what the leaguea��s about.
a�?That doesna��t guarantee you a result against, yet again, one of the super-powers of the division, but I think it gives you a better chance.
a�?I think every game in the Premier League is a test. Ita��s fair to say these are so strong at the moment, ita��s probably the biggest challenge wea��ve had in that sense.
a�?They are top of the league for a reason, and that many points clear. But every game is a challenge. We cana��t under-estimate anyone and we dona��t.a�?
Chelsea are on a remarkable run under Conte as they look to regain the title they last won in 2014/15.
Since losing to Arsenal in September and switching to a 3-4-3 line-up, they have been beaten just once in the Premier League and won 16 of their 28 games to leave the chasing pack in their wake with a nine-point lead at the top of the table.
order zoloft online cheap, acquire dapoxetine.
But Dyche insists he will not change Burnleya��s approach as they look to secure a remarkable 10th home league win of the campaign.
a�?They are having a fine season. A change in system seems to have been the catalyst for them to deliver some very strong performances and results,a�? added the Claretsa�� manager.
a�?We are under no illusion about what a good side they are. But we have played good sides here before and been away and played good sides, and wea��ve been in more or less every game.
Burnley have won five top-flight home games in a row for the first time since 1966
a�?There have been a couple of blips along our season so far, but more or less every game, particularly at home, of course, so we look forward to taking on the challenge, a big one as it may be.
a�?I, and my staff, do make the players aware of some of the detail within the opposition but equally, respect is before and after the game.
a�?When the whistle blows there is no respect in the opposition. Ita��s about us and ita��s about us delivering a performance and us gripping the game and going to win.
a�?Thata��s what we attempt to do, not always easy, as wea��ve seen away from home this year, but thata��s our approach to games.
a�?I dona��t think thata��s changed for any given team or any given moment. We have had that format and that mentality towards games for a long time now.
a�?I think ita��s looked after us. We have to nurture it, believe in it and deliver it, but ita��s gone well so far.a�?