Chelsea troop to this game on the back of their whitewash by Manchester City and they will be hoping to hide the shame with an away win as they too resume Europa League action. Chelsea have blown hot and cold this season, and in the last three matches, they have conceded 10 goals. Chelsea have ceded ground as far as challenging for the title is concerned, but they will be seeking a return to fine form though they are taking on a side undefeated in the last five Europa League matches, winning two and drawing three. On the flip side, Chelsea have been on top when it comes to Europa League, losing just one of their last 12 matches and winning 10. Away from home they have four wins and a draw in the last five. Out of seven, Malmo’s matches have yielded over 2.5 goals in just one match in the competition. This will be the first ever meeting between the two sides.