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Pre-match press conference: Maurizio Sarri vs West Ham Utd

Filed: Friday, 5th April 2019
By: Staff Writer

Chelsea's under-fire manager Maurizio Sarri believes that West Ham are likely to prove a tough nut to crack when the two sides meet at Stamford Bridge on Monday night.

The 60-year-old manager, who was subject to chants of "Sarri out!" during Chelsea's 2-1 win at Cardiff last week also admitted that he expects to rest one or two players ahead of the Blues' trip to Slavia Praha on Thursday night.

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"I think they [West Ham] are are a very dangerous team," he said. "This season they've failed to achieve any consistency but they are a team with high quality.

"They can be dangerous in any single game - so it'll be a very difficult match."

You may view Sarri's entire press conference by clicking play below.

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