London, Feb 3(ANI): Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted it's time for his team to improve their poor record at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea.
Man United have failed to beat Chelsea at their home since 2004 and have just taken three points from the last 27 at Stamford Bridge.
Ferguson believes his team has been terribly unlucky at Stamford Bridge in recent years and his players know what they are supposed to do.
"Games at Chelsea in the last few years have been tough and we've had terrible luck there. The players know what they need to do," The Sun quoted Ferguson, as saying.
He said Man United have done reasonably well away this season and needs to keep up their good away form with some crunch Premier League away matches approaching.
"We've done very well away from home so far this season and we need to be good from now on. We've got some really important games in the run-in - Chelsea, Tottenham and City," he added. (ANI)
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