Chelsea are in the midst of a run of three consecutive scoreless games for the first time in their history but they are hoping to put that behind them as they battle for a top-four place in the Premier League.
Few teams can match the Blues' record on their travels this season.
Chelsea are strong favourites to claim victory at 8/15.
While the Italian has done an impressive job in charge of the London club, nobody tends to last too long under Roman Abramovich, and, although Manchester City have made Chelsea attempts at defending their Premier League crown extremely hard, few would suggest that Conte's spell has been anything but a success.
Conte was speaking ahead of Conte's FA Cup 3rd round replay against Norwich City tomorrow night.
However, the Blues remain undefeated in their last seven away games, and they will be huge favourites to pick up three points on Saturday.
But Conte insists his side has been unlucky and is looking to get back to winning ways.
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Chelsea won the reverse fixture 2-0 at Stamford Bridge on Boxing Day, with goals from Spanish duo Marcos Alonso and Alvaro Morata.
Only Manchester City have taken more points on the road this season than Chelsea, who also boast the joint-best away defensive record.
Izzy Brown is sidelined with a knee injury, although he would be ineligible to face his parent club in any case.
Chelsea are without forwards Alvaro Morata and Pedro, who were both sent off during the FA Cup penalty-shootout win over Norwich on Wednesday. Michy Batshuayi opened the scoring near the start of the second half but was also guilty of ceding possession easily during a largely poor performance.
Thibaut Courtois, Andreas Christensen, N'Golo Kante, Eden Hazard are all expected to return to the starting line-up.
The Italian will be without Morata and Pedro through suspension, whilst Ross Barkley, Cesc Fabregas and Gary Cahill are all doubts.
The Blues have been linked with Roma's Edin Dzeko, while there were reports Thursday they wanted to bring Stoke's experienced Peter Crouch to Stamford Bridge after a move for another target man, Andy Carroll, collapsed because of the West Ham forward's ankle injury.