Patrice Evra returns to Stamford Bridge and the scene of his clash with Chelsea groundsman Sam Bethell. The Manchester United defender still nurses a sense of injustice at the four-match ban he picked up following an FA investigation into his post-match spat Bethell.
But, when United visit Chelsea on Sunday, he is determined to put such negative associations to one side in the search for victory.
"That story is the past," he said.
"It is unfortunate that when I play against Chelsea, something always seems to happen.
"First it was the ground-staff, then last year I had a bit of an argument with Michael Ballack. This year I have to make sure nothing happens because we need to get a result."