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ROBBIE Brady believes that the confidence in the Hull City camp will help them get past Liverpool tonight, writes AIDAN FITZMAURICE.

The Tigers ended a six-game winless streak by beating Crystal Palace last week, Brady playing a role in the 2-0 win, and the Dubliner senses a positive vibe in the camp ahead of their home game with the Reds. "We go into every home game confident no matter who it is," Brady said. "Liverpool are an excellent side with some very good players but we've got the confidence now. We know what we have to do and hopefully we can get the job done. We've been decent enough at home this season and it's going to need something very good again.

"If we're going to get a result against a side like Liverpool we know we'll have to be at our best.

"There's been a lot of frustration over the last few weeks so it was nice to end that with a great win. The manager is delighted but his message was there's not much time to dwell on it."