Chelsea head to Old Trafford on Sunday seven points clear of Tottenham with seven games to go in the league.
Chelsea have played Manchester United twice this season and Chelsea were victorious in both occasions.
However, during our most recent victory over Manchester United (1-0 FA Cup quarter-final victory), tensions boiled over due to aggressive tackles from Manchester United players on Eden Hazard with Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera receiving his marching orders in the first half.
Chelsea fans also turned against former manager Jose Mourinho after his touchline confrontations with Antonio Conte with the fans labelling the Manchester United boss “Judas”.
Ahead of our match against Manchester United on Sunday at Old Trafford, Conte has warned Chelsea to keep calm against Manchester United.
“For us it’s very important always to control our emotion, because we are playing and fighting to win the title,” Conte said.
“For sure, this game will be a tough game but we are ready to play.
“I think United for sure will have good motivation, because they are playing against Chelsea.
“Every team will want to beat us.”