Yannick Bolasie who is a Crystal Palace striker spoke ahead of the crucial game on Sunday and said the Eagles will be looking for an upset
He admitted he wouldn’t want to see Jose Mourinho’s side to celebrate in front of his fans but insisted his team knows how to deal with big teams. He said:
“Obviously the last two games haven’t gone our way, but we know as a bunch of lads we should be doing better.
“It’s about finding that balance. We were unlucky against West Brom, then against Hull we started well but allowed them back into it.
“Of course you don’t want to see Chelsea celebrate. Credit to Chelsea, they are a good team and have done extraordinary this season, so them winning the league would be deserved.
“You don’t want them to win against us, though. It will probably be a crazy scene there if they win it but at the same time it’s some sort of inspiration for us at Palace.
Yannick Bolasie has a lot of friends who support the Blues but he is an Eagles and added:
“I have a lot of friends who support Chelsea but I’ll be looking for an upset”