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Chelsea will on Saturday continue their optimistic pursuit of the UEFA Champions League places when they host a resurgent Wigan. Interim first-team coach Roberto Di Matteo has brought a boost at Stamford Bridge since the departure of Andre Villas-Boas to mean a top-four Premier League finish is possible. But the defeat by Manchester City and draw with Tottenham before last weekend's win at Aston Villa means fourth-placed Spurs are still five points away from Chelsea.
Wigan go to Chelsea fresh off the back of a crucial 2-0 win over Stoke in their last top-flight match. It was the first time in the current campaign Wigan have taken three points in back-to-back matches and they are also unbeaten in four games in total to mean Martinez's men are now only kept in the relegation zone by goal difference. The Latics, however, face a massively daunting prospect at Stamford Bridge where they have never won in their seven-year stay in the Premier League.
• It is almost 10 years since Chelsea lost a Premier League home game in April (0-3 v Man Utd, 20 April 2002). Since then their record is won 15, drawn eight.
• Wigan have lost 14 of their last 15 Premier League trips to London, conceding 46 goals in those games at an average of 3.1 per game.