United have the chance to turn the tables tomorrow and Scotland international Fletcher said: "I was on the bench that day - it was horrible.
"They beat us quite convincingly. It was a disappointing day.
"Chelsea were pretty much assured of winning the league but we wanted to go there and say ‘This is what we can do'.
"We got well beaten. But I like to think hopefully that gave us the determination to go on and win it the year after."
Fletcher is back in contention after missing more than a month with a knee ligament injury.
Speaking at a ‘Sponsored by you' event organised by Nationwide Building Society, he said: "It would be nice to win it at Stamford Bridge.
"They have not been beaten there for years - their record is ridiculous.
"So that's another challenge, to win the league and break that record.
"Maybe that would set up a psychological disadvantage for them for next season - you have to think about things like that.
"And we could end up playing them in the Champions League final as well - so that would give us an edge if we can beat them."