Malmö vs Chelsea live streaming: Match details
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Match: Malmö vs Chelsea
Competition: Europa League
Date: February 14, 2019
Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, February 14, 2019 (UK time)
Stadium: Swedbank Stadion
Malmö vs Chelsea live streaming: Quick links
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Malmö vs Chelsea live streaming: TV listings
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Malmö vs Chelsea live streaming: Match preview
Crisis at Chelsea?
The Blues were hammered 6-0 at Manchester City on Sunday; their biggest ever Premier League defeat.
That result saw them drop down to sixth in the Premier League and they’ve now lost their last 3 away games.
Will they be looking forward to this trip to Sweden?
Maurizio Sarri’s side did stroll through the group stages amassing 16 points in a very weak group.
Malmö meanwhile had to battle through Group I.
Uwe Rösler’s side won their final group game 1-0 in Istanbul to leapfrog Beşiktaş into second, thus knocking the Turkish side out.
That was their last game though as the Allsvenskan has a long winter break.
Will it be more woe on the road for Chelsea?