Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink says he will use his strongest team in his last three games in charge.
The Dutchman will leave the club at the end of the season with Italy's Antonio Conte taking over for the new season.
And the 69-year-old wants to end in style as he confirmed that he will not use any Academy players against Sunderland this afternoon.
"It's important for ourselves, for our pride and for our enjoyment of football [to win these three two games]," Hiddink said.
"Second, we want to have the same approach for all the teams who are still fighting to avoid relegation. They deserve the same approach in our seriousness, with no guarantee that we can win, but we will go for the win of course.
"Given the situation it wouldn't be fair of us to have a serious approach for the Spurs game and not have a serious approach for the other games.
"I am not going to change a lot in the team.
"Before, I made some changes with Academy players, but it would not be fair to do it again to the other teams we are approaching in the last games.
"You have the obligation as a player to act well. They did that in the previous games against Bournemouth and Tottenham and we are going in to the last three games with the same attitude."