FRANK LAMPARD says Chelsea can forget about hoping Liverpool will roll over on Sunday to deny their hated Manchester rivals the title.
The Reds have had to endure years of gloating from Old Trafford and their bitterest rivals could overtake them as the most successful club in England with a 19 th league crown.
But they did not surrender the points in 1995 when Blackburn went to Anfield looking to beat Man United to first place and Lampard says there is again no way it will happen.
“There's no chance that 11 Liverpool players can go out and consider Man United winning the championship in that game,” said the Blues midfielder, who took his goals tally for the season to 25 with two more in Sunday's 7-0 rout of Stoke.
“They go out to win the game. You wouldn't be professional otherwise but they are professional. The manager's professional, the players are.
“There's no way they'll think about anything other than winning the game regardless of whether it gets them in the Champions league next year or not as well.
“Even if they're out of it, they will give everything. There's no doubt about that.”