Malmo will come up against a Chelsea team that have lost its last three away games, conceding twelve goals and failing to score.
Ahead of the Europa League clash between Chelsea and Malmo in Sweden later tonight, Malmo boss Uwe Rosler has warned under-fire Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri that current results are not up to scratch.
Rosler said: “They started the season in an impressive manner. Obviously the results lately have not been to the standard of Chelsea. When you are at that level with the squad they have at their disposal, criticism and unhappiness come to the surface. Chelsea is not an easy club to manage.
“I think we will get opportunities. I have seen there are areas we can cause them problems.
“The odds are against us. The odds are £18m turnover to 450m turnover. But who thought Leicester would win the Premier League? The stadium will be cooking.
“Everyone is looking forward to this game, and we have been speaking about it for six weeks.”
Rosler is a former Manchester City player and the Malmo boss admits he was delighted to see Pep Guardiola’s side demolish Chelsea in a 6-0 victory last weekend.
“You want me to be honest?” Rosler said. “I was delighted [by the City win].. It’s no secret, my connection and feelings for Manchester City. The game they played…. the beautiful game we all talk about. The sort of football that inspires every coach.”