The Blues head to the Etihad sitting third on the Premier League table, one point ahead of City.
Despite their youth, Hazard says his former side are capable of ruffling a few feathers in Manchester.
"Of course [Chelsea can beat City], I think so," he said.
"It's not going to be easy, it's hard to play there. Last time we played there, we lost 6-0, so bad memories for me and Chelsea.
"But this season I think they are really good. Still really young, but really good, so why not go there and win the game."