Norwich City boss Alex Neil is hoping Chelsea's poor form continues as his side face the Blues at Stamford Bridge this weekend.
The Canaries are on the back of a one nil win over Swansea City before the international break, and will be hoping to inflict more misery on Jose Mourinho's side.
"I think everybody's looking at Chelsea week on week and expecting them to turn it around. What we're hoping is that this isn't the week that they're going to do that," he said, reports canaries.co.uk.
"We need to make sure we make it as difficult for them as we can, and also try to pose them problems. They don't look confident at the moment, and we've got to try and take full advantage."
Neil also revealed his thoughts about Chelsea and their poor form this season.
"It's bizarre. They were league winners last year, and now they're struggling all of a sudden," he added.
"I'm sure Jose will be better positioned than me to understand where his problems lie, and how he needs to try to fix them.
"There's something to exploit with every team. With Manchester City, we could have walked away with a point and even three if we were fortunate. If we can go and do it there, there's no reason why we can't compete and do well at Chelsea."