Morecambe defender hopes for a good result against Chelsea

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League Two side Morecambe are hopeful of producing giant killing moment at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

Morecambe defender Harry Davis has revealed his relief at being able to return to training after the club’s 10-day shutdown as players and staff self-isolated following the coronavirus outbreak.

The 29-year-old is glad to face Chelsea and sees the game as a huge one, and he has admitted that their aim is to play well against Chelsea and see what happens afterwards.

“I’m delighted to be back and I’m sure my family are too because I think I was sending everyone mad at home,” Davis told Morecambe’s official club website.

“It’s great that we’re now preparing for the game, everyone is looking forward to it and it will be a great experience.

“We know it will be difficult but we will give it our all. The main aim is to do ourselves justice on the day, put in a good display and see where that takes us.”

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