Hughes believes Drogba can take advantage of Bayern's soft centre.
The QPR manager told the Daily Mail: "Chelsea have a problem with their suspended players, but so too do Bayern and if their reshuffle sees Anatoliy Tymoshchuk move into the back four from midfield, this can play into Didier Drogba's hands. It should encourage Chelsea to get the ball into him. Drogba could have a field day, feeding off the right service.
"He lulls centre halves into a false sense of security. He is quiet and appears uninterested and then he is suddenly VERY interested, as he was in the FA Cup semi-final against Tottenham, when he turned on the power, beat William Gallas then crashed the ball into the net."