Everton striker Tim Cahill calls on Toffees to get stuck into Chelsea

12 October 2011 10:48
Tim Cahill believes Everton must showtheir fighting spirit at Chelsea this weekend as they look to bounce back from two successive defeats in the Barclays Premier League.

The Toffees go into Saturday's earlyevening kick-off having been beaten 2-0 by both Manchester City and Merseyside derby rivals Liverpool.

Rallying cry: Cahill wants Everton to bounce back

David Moyes' side have lost only once in their last five visits to Stamford Bridge in all competitions and Cahill feels Everton will need to put in a gritty display there to turn their league form around.

'When we are up against it we seem to shine a bit and try and fight our way out of a corner - the main thing for us it to keep the unity and keep the strength on the pitch,' the Australia international told www.evertonfc.com.

Up for it: Cahill is relishing Chelsea test

'We need to have the determination and grit to go to a place like Chelsea and get the right result.

'We know they've been banging in the goals left, right and centre but we need to focus on our strengths.

'Past performances count for nothing and it's about how we apply ourselves in this game.

'It's exciting - Chelsea are one of the biggest teams in the country ifnot the world and for us it's a great challenge to go there and put in agreat performance.'

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