Fernando Torres is looking to finally end his Liverpool jinx and help Chelsea stay firmly in the Barclays Premier League title race.
Torres' miserable debut against his former club following his £50million move from Anfield set the tone for his nightmare start to life at Stamford Bridge. And the Reds have come back to haunt him three more times since, winning every one of their clashes with Chelsea bar last season's FA Cup final.
Chelsea surrendered top spot in the Premier League to Manchester United last weekend and they could find themselves four points adrift in third place by the time they next take to the field on Sunday. But Torres said: "It's a big game and now we are in second position in the table."
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