Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti plans to launch a stunning strike trio against Liverpool this weekend. After seeing his side hit four goals in a resounding victory at Sunderland, Ancelotti admitted he could change his tactics to suit his superstar trio.

"I will probably play two strikers, maybe with a diamond," he said, hinting at a front two of Fernando Torres and Didier Drogba playing in front of with Nicolas Anelka just behind. "He (Torres) will have no problems playing with Drogba or another striker."

Liverpool tried to strike a gentleman's agreement with Chelsea so the Spaniard would miss the game, but Ancelotti confirmed: "There is no agreement that he won't play against Liverpool."

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