Britain Football Soccer - Chelsea v Manchester United - FA Cup Quarter Final - Stamford Bridge - 13/3/17 Chelsea manager Antonio Conte applauds their fans after the match Reuters / Eddie Keogh Livepic
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Antonio Conte will not permit any complacency as Chelsea attempt to take their next step towards the Premier League title at Stoke Saturday.Conte confirmed he has his sights firmly set on a league and FA Cup double when he abandoned his policy of rotating his team and fielded a full-strength side in Monday's FA Cup quarter-final against Manchester United.The 1-0 victory over Jose Mourinho's side set up a semi-final meeting with Tottenham, but that will be put to one side as Conte's side bid to open a 13-point gap at the head of the Premier League table, 24 hours before nearest challengers Tottenham and Manchester City are in action.Blues boss Conte, though, has already spoken of the painful experience of conceding an eight-point lead in Serie A while a player with Juventus and is determined there will be no let up at Stamford Bridge.
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