PETR Cech says Chelsea need to erase memories of last season's defeat at Tottenham to remain in the title driving seat.
The Blues used to be unbeatable at White Hart Lane, but have not won in the league there since they were champions in 2006.
On Saturday evening they are back, hunting for the points that takes them closer to regaining the prize.
Cech , who played in last season's 1-0 home defeat reckons the game is still painfully fresh in his mind.
He said: "I remember that day. Everything started wrong with a bomb alert, and the game was delayed. Everything was delays and waiting.
"Then the game started slow, and they scored. It was not a good game. And, although we had chances, it was not our day. This time we hope it's going to be different.
The game last March turned out to be former boss Guus Hiddink's only defeat during his spell in English football with Chelsea.
And the Saturday evening kick-off is sandwiched between Manchester United 's lunchtime trip to Eastlands, and Arsenal's Sunday visit to Wigan's DW Stadium.
"At the weekend there is the Manchester derby," added the keeper. "Then we play a London derby at Tottenham. So, it can be a week that can change a lot of the positions in the Premier League.
"If we manage to win and the others lose, or the other way around it's going to change the table and everything."
But, with the title almost within touching distance, Cech and his team-mates are keeping their cool.
He said: "We are aware that at the moment we are pretty close, but very far at the same time, because you know this kind of situation can change any moment.
"We still have difficult games. We know this is not over – and we need to win to get some more points."