Wolves v Chelsea: Dave Edwards keen to shock Premier League leaders again

Wolves v Chelsea: Dave Edwards keen to shock Premier League leaders again

The Wanderers went down 2-0 to Premier League giants Chelsea at Molineux in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Saturday evening.

Conte also praised Wolves, who made life very hard for Chelsea, before Pedro and Diego Costa scored in the second half.

John Terry (Chelsea) - Made his first appearance since the fourth round win over Brentford on January 28 and played a key role in keeping Wolves at bay as they peppered the visitors' penalty area with crosses in the first half.

"I like to win every competition in every season", Conte said. For sure we are in these two competitions, in the league we are doing a great job to stay on top of the table. 'I'm pleased to give the opportunity but not because there is a sentiment.

The importance of some of those goals also can not be understated, with four of his six Premier League goals coming against Manchester United, Everton, Tottenham and champions Leicester. If someone thinks in the league Chelsea for sure become the champions and in the FA Cup for sure you can win this trophy.it'll be very hard. "We have to get on the front foot, win the ball high up the pitch and get the ball to our unsafe players up front, where have the pace to hurt them". "He's doing training sessions with the physical coach".

Conte shook things up against the Championship side, handing Asmir Begovic, Kurt Zouma, John Terry, Nathan Ake, Cesc Fabregas and Nathaniel Chalobah starts. "It is great to have these type of players in my squad because I can count on them". "It is not easy when you don't play every game". All the players are in good form and the only problem I have is making the best choices for the game. "I'm happy if we win, not if we lose and have 21 players happy".

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Pedro, who won five league titles and three Champions League trophies whilst at Barcelona, admits he found the going tough in his first season in England last term but has now got used to the pace of the game.

Join us live from 5pm on Saturday to find out if they deliver - or become the latest FA Cup pre-match favourites to be sent home with their tails firmly between their legs.

Chelsea will look to avoid an FA Cup upset at Wolverhampton. In Italy it is impossible for this to happen.

"It shows that football is incredible, and anything can happen if you trust in the work and have a great will to fight".

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte paid tribute to the performances of his back-up players as his in-form team moved a step closer to a league and cup double.