ROBBIE Blake admits he would relish the chance to give Stamford Bridge a glimpse of his ‘Bad Beat Bob’ underwear.

The Clarets striker unveiled his lucky ‘poker pants’ after scoring in wins over Coventry and Reading last month, and hopes to be given the opportunity to repeat his now famous celebration against Chelsea tomorrow.

And after falling to only their second defeat in almost three months against Championship leaders Wolves, Blake insists the chance to pit their wits against the Premier League’s top team is the perfect pick-me-up.

“The pressure’s off, we can go there and enjoy it, and give a good account of ourselves and hopefully it will be a good platform for another tough game against Queens Park Rangers on Saturday.

“We can't be too down - we’ve had an unbelievable run from the first two games of the season, so there are still plenty of positives going into Chelsea and we’ve just got to enjoy it.

“No-one expects us to win, so it’s just going to be a nice experience for the boys.

“It's great playing against arguably the best team in the world.

"It’s just going to be a great night for us and hopefully we can go there and enjoy it and play well.”

Chelsea are likely to make changes to the side which recorded a 2-0 win at Blackburn Rovers on Sunday to go back to the top of the Premier League pile, but Blake added: “I'm sure they won’t take it lightly.

"Obviously they’re expected to win but we’ll give a good account of ourselves.

“You never know, they’re are plenty of upsets in the cup and there could be one tomorrow!”

But the 32-year-old reluctantly admits he may have to keep his pants under wraps in future, after his cheeky celebration led to one of his three bookings for the season.

“That's put the kibosh on that,” he said. “If I score 10 in a row I’m not going to pull them down.”