The West London based club Chelsea are the huge favourites to get all the maximum three points due to their previous records against Malmo.
The last time Malmo played in the Champions League, they suffered an embarrassing 4 - 0 loss to Russian side Zenit Saint Petersburg.
The German and Chelsea tactician Thomas Tuchel would be without some key players for their crucial UCL match against Malmo.
The Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel could also decide to rest some key players for their upcoming EPL matches.
Let's take a look at 4 key players that may miss Chelsea's crucial UCL match against Malmo;
1. MATEO KOVACIC: The Croatia and Chelsea Midfielder Mateo Kovacic may miss their crucial UCL match due to a minor injury he suffered in their hard-fought victory over Brentford.
2. HAKIM ZIYECH: The Moroccan and Chelsea Winger Hakim Ziyech didn't feature in their 1 - 0 win over Brentford.
The Moroccan and Chelsea Winger Hakim Ziyech is once again expected to miss their crucial UCL match against Malmo.
3. RUBEN LOFTUS CHEEK: The England and Chelsea Midfielder Ruben Loftus Cheek suffered a minor injury during their 1 - 0 win over Brentford.
The 25 years old Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus Cheek may miss their crucial UCL match against Malmo.
4. SAUL NIGUEZ: The Spanish and Chelsea midfielder Saul Niguez didn't play an part in their hard-fought victory over Brentford.
The Spanish and Chelsea midfielder Saul Niguez is once again expected to miss their crucial UCL match against Malmo.
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