Chelsea remain on track for a Premier League and FA Cup double, although they had far from their own way against a bold Wolves side at Molineux. If someone thinks that in the league Chelsea for sure will become the champions and in the FA Cup you can win this trophy, it will be very hard. I've won it five times personally and Cesc Fabregas knows what it's all about.
"We want to try to at the end win some trophies".
Cesc Fabregas, an FA Cup victor with Arsenal in 2005, was also restored to Chelsea's starting line-up for the game and Terry stressed the importance of having players who recognise the danger posed by teams from lower divisions.
"Wolves have already done spectacularly well to win at Stoke and Liverpool on their way to this, their first fifth-round tie since 2008".
Antonio Conte will be stepping up his quest for a domestic double as the Blues are clear favourites to progress into the quarter-finals. We were fantastic. I couldn't ask for any more.
Paul Lambert:"Usually I'd say the expectation is on us because we are at home, but the onus and expectancy is on Chelsea because of who they are and the resources they have got".
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A spokesman for May later confirmed that a meeting would go ahead, and the business ministry said it was likely to take place next week, with Clark attending as well.
"They gave me a good answer".
Costa, Chelsea's top scorer with 15 goals this term, has impressed Conte.
"Wolverhampton started the game very well with great intensity".
Wolves acquitted themselves well and their win over Liverpool at Anfield in the previous round will live long in the memory.
Touching on the earlier point Zouma showed that he simply was not good enough for Chelsea and the 22-year-old probably won't ever be good enough for the Premier League giants.
David Luiz will apparently not feature as he continues his rehabilitation of a knee injury, while Diego Costa may be given a starting role in the hope he can kickstart his scoring once more.
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Four years ago, Barton wrote that "players who roll around when nobody touches them should be subsequently banned". When a Sam Habergham corner was headed back across goal by Luke Waterfall, Raggett nodded in at the back post.
Costa has scored 16 goals in all competitions in 25 appearances this season.
"What Burnley did was excellent but I saw the possession stats were incredibly high in Chelsea's favour, which you would expect".
"For some team to stop them is going to be really hard".
Lambert, now Wolves boss, said: "I'll take one each".
"This challenge was very tough, but after the result this afternoon I tried to warn the changing room about the difficulty of this game, of this competition".
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