oss Sir Alex Ferguson is determined to overturn Manchester United's poor recent record at Stamford Bridge when the Reds' play Chelsea on Sunday. You have to go back to April 2002 - when United won 3-0 thanks to goals from Paul Scholes, Ruud van Nistelrooy and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - for Ferguson's last win there. And given United could go six points clear of their title rivals with victory, with a game in hand, Ferguson knows just how important it is for United to reverse the trend of results at Chelsea. He told Sirius XFM: "(It) is a massive game now. We used to have a terrific record at Chelsea, but not so much over the last few years and we haven't won their for eight years. "It's a big game and we'll be ready for it. We've got good players and they have all had big-game experience for years now. Their experience is very important and the desire is still there with this club." What team and tactics would you employ to defeat Chelsea? Have your say.