Bolton Wanderers boss Owen Coyle remains focused on his own team's situation, rather than worrying about putting a dent in Chelsea's Premier League title hopes at Stamford Bridge.
The Trotters are currently five points clear of the drop zone ahead of trip to the capital to take on the league leaders, who can move four points clear of Manchester United with a victory.
Coyle commented: "It's a big ask to go to Chelsea anytime, even more so with Manchester United drawing at Blackburn, because they have got a tremendous incentive to open that gap up.
"But we can't concern ourselves with that. We need to get points ourselves.
"The group of teams we're in will be hoping Chelsea go about their business and get three points. But Manchester United and Arsenal will be hoping we go and get a result.
"To knock Chelsea's title hopes would be great, but my main concern is at the other end of the table and making sure we have enough points to be safe."