Chelsea boss Ancelotti will happily settle for scrappy Wigan win

Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti says he'll happily take a scrappy 1-0 win over Wigan tomorrow to clinch the title.

Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti says he'll happily take a scrappy 1-0 win over Wigan tomorrow to clinch the title.

Wigan have not won in London since December 2006. This season, they have leaked 18 goals in four games in the capital, including a 9-1 defeat at Spurs, and goalkeeper Vladimir Stojkovic has looked distinctly vulnerable since replacing the injured Chris Kirkland.

Chelsea, meanwhile, have been rampant at home, scoring 60 times in 18 games at the Bridge. Five more and they will become the first team to score 100 in the top flight since Tottenham in 1962-63; three would set a new Premier League record and four a new club record of 99.

"We are not thinking about this," insisted Ancelotti. "Remember the Dutch. We want to win and be champions, that's all. One more goal than Wigan - we are not interested in other records."