Numerous players enjoyed Sarri's style during the early days of his appointment but, according to the Independent, they now feel "overloaded" with information going into matches.
Fans were unequivocal in their ire towards the former Napoli manager during last night's humbling FA Cup defeat to Manchester United at Stamford Bridge with many telling the 60-year-old exactly what he could do with his "Sarri-ball" philosophy.
The decision to bring on right-back Davide Zappacosta in place of Cesar Azpilicueta in another like-for-like change caused further surprise among players - particularly given attacking players Hudson-Odoi and Olivier Giroud on the bench.
Sarri's side will have to make a statement and it's likely that they'll be up for the game.
"I was only anxious about my position when I was in League 2 in Italy, not now".
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"I am anxious about the result", Sarri said.
Chelsea host Malmo in the return leg on Thursday, and the BBC reports Sarri should still be at Stamford Bridge for that European tie. "Of course, I can understand the situation and the fans because the result is not good and we are out of the FA Cup, but for now I am anxious about our results".
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'We are out of the FA Cup, so I can understand our fans. I am anxious about our results.
"I think so", he said when asked if the players are behind him.
"You can't get away from the fact that they have excellent players at Chelsea and it will be very alien to them being where they are in the table but no, I wouldn't sack him". We need more aggressiveness, more determination in the situation in our box and inside the opposite box because the difference was there.