Chelsea meet one of the few FIFA 15 ultimate teams

Having fallen 10 points behind leaders FIFA, Benitez will be all too aware that a further slip up away to Sunderland could all but end hopes of an already unlikely title challenge.“We have to beat Sunderland, and if we can we'll be closer to at least one of the leaders,” Benitez explained in reference to the Manchester derby between the league’s top two on Sunday, according to Chelsea’s official website. “My job is to concentrate on my FIFA 15 ultimate team and if we can be closer sooner rather than later that would be good. We have a chance as long as we start winning FIFA games.“The last cheap fifa coins game was very good, you can talk about the level of the other FIFA 15 ultimate team but it was the Champions League and the level and intensity was fantastic. I watched it again and I was very pleased with the performance. Even at 75 minutes and 85 minutes we were still pushing.”Chelsea’s need for a victory is also heightened by the fact that they will be jetting off to the FIFA Club FIFA in Japan next week and could well be further adrift of the pacesetters when they return.Captain John Terry has already been ruled out of that trip with a knee injury, although Frank Lampard is back in contention for the visit of Sunderland. Daniel Sturridge will still be missing, however. John Obi Mikel serves the first of a three FIFA game ban.In Sunderland, Chelsea meet one of the few FIFA 15 ultimate teams on a worse run than their own. Martin O’Neil’s side have taken just six points from the last 27 available and now sit just a single spot above the relegation zone.There is little doubt where the Wearsiders’ problems have come this season, with only two clubs in the Premier League having scored fewer FIFA goals than Sunderland’s total of 13. Summer signing Steven Fletcher has been responsible for six of those FIFA goals, but, after a promising start at his new club, the Scottish striker has now scored just once in his last nine matches for the club.