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No. 50: Emre Can, Liverpool

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Cathcart: We can shock Chelsea

Blackpool defender Craig Cathcart believes that his side can upset the odds and beat Chelsea on Monday evening.

Blackpool have won just one of the last six games and face a Blues side rejuvenated by their 2-1 win over Manchester United, but they have already picked up some surprise results this season.

Beating Liverpool both home and away, the Tangerines have also put pressure on Manchester City and Manchester United in high scoring affairs, although Chelsea won 4-0 at Stamford Bridge earlier this season.

However, Cathcart believes Ian Holloway's men can stop the Blues' momentum and boost their own chances of staying in the Premier League.

"Chelsea have lost a few games this season and I think we can produce a shock result," said Cathcart. "Chelsea will come here expecting to beat us and there will be no pressure on us.

"We have showed against the big teams this season that we can go toe-to-toe with them and get a result and hopefully we can do that again.

"If the fans get behind us like that have done all season then I think we have a great chance of staying in the division."

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