Malmo boss Uwe Rosler is keen to add to Maurizio Sarri's woes when his side visit Chelsea for the second leg of their Europa League last-32 tie.
Sarri's position is under threat after a poor run of form that has seen Chelsea suffer heavy defeats at Bournemouth and Manchester City in the Premier League before being knocked out of the FA Cup by Manchester United at Stamford Bridge on Monday.
Chelsea are 1/80 to progress to the last 16 of the Europa League after winning last week's first leg in Sweden 2-1, but Rosler does not think the tie is over.
The former Brentford, Leeds United, Wigan Athletic and Fleetwood boss said: "At a club like Chelsea the pressure is always on. It's all about results.
"He [Sarri] has to live with the pressure, like we all do. Not on Thursday, but in general, I wish he comes through this difficult period and will continue.
"Our late goal in the first leg made the game really interesting for us. I know we need to score, but we can. So, see what happens. It's very, very difficult (but) it is possible to get a positive result at Stamford Bridge."
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