Zouma is wary of Man United's recent form and says that it'll be big challenge against a top team but the Blues are ready for it.
Chelsea have lost against United thrice this season, but the centre-back says that the past means nothing in a game like this and the end goal for the team is to get the victory.
"Obviously I need to win it and the team need to win it," Kurt Zouma disclosed to Chelsea's legitimate site. "When I came to England, I realized what the FA Cup was and how it's a major rivalry to win so we will attempt to win it.
"We know there are two extreme games left so we need to go bit by bit and consider the semi-last first. It will be troublesome on the grounds that we're going to confront an extraordinary group however I think we have everything to win it since we have quality players in our group also. We simply need to play well and consider ourselves.
Man United have beaten Chelsea threefold this season, yet that doesn't make a difference to Zouma: "There were various conditions in those games. Football will be football - they won multiple times and we can't stand to lose some other time yet it's an alternate game.
"It's a semi-final so it doesn't make a difference what occurred before. Everything occurs on the pitch and we will attempt to put forth a valiant effort out there.
"They have some incredible players however they should be protectively on structure too in light of the fact that we have players in advance who can hurt them as well. It will be an extraordinary game, a major pitch and enormous arena, regardless of whether there are no fans to appreciate it.
"We're set up for an extreme game yet the inspiration is there for us. It will be troublesome yet we need to win and we will do all that we can to win."
Straight to the point Lampard has developed triumphant against Manchester City and Liverpool this season yet has neglected to beat Man United. We're certain that retribution will be on the chief's brain as he heads into this fight against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Joined have been in extraordinary structure since the Premier League restart, however we have full confidence in the Blues to get the success. As Zouma stated, the past doesn't make a difference - what is important is that you appear in the present, and that is actually what the Blues need to do today around evening time to book a London derby in the final against Arsenal.
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