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Blues manager says his side are looking forward to the game against the west London outfit and explains they will give everything they can to cause an upset

Birmingham manager Chris Hughton has insisted that his players will be going all out for the win when they face Chelsea in the FA Cup fifth round on Saturday.

Chelsea have only picked up 12 points out of a possible thirty in the Premier League going into the match and are 17 behind leaders Manchester City.

With a tricky test against Napoli awaiting them in the Champions League, the FA Cup may represent the London side's best opportunity of picking up silverware.

Hughton believes motivation won't be a problem for his team's opponents.

"One thing I can guarantee you, is that there will be genuine excitement in that Chelsea dressing room to go out and get a win," the 53-year-old told reporters.

The Birmingham manager is also relishing taking his side to Stamford Bridge but has admitted he will be making several changes to his starting eleven.

"It is a very welcome distraction away from the league campaign and one that has filled us with excitement, going to Chelsea with the quality they have and the stadium," he continued.

"Even with the fixture problems it could cause us, there isn't anyone in the club, players and fans, that won't want us to try and win a game on Saturday against one of the top clubs.

"When we have changed the team this season, we've had a performance we've generally been delighted with.

"They have been performances full of endeavour and enthusiasm and we will certainly need all of that to give ourselves any chance on Saturday."