KENNY Dalglish will send his team out against Premier League high flyers Manchester City with no fear and full of confidence that Liverpool can extend an unbeaten run to ten games.
The Liverpool boss has told Roberto Mancini that if anyone should be afraid of Sunday's showdown, it should be City.
"We'll decide what is best for us and let them worry about us more than we worry about them," Dalglish said.
Dalglish acknowledges the power and ability contained in City's ranks but he believes his men can hold their own.
"We respect and appreciate how good City are. But we know our players, how they can play and their attributes. They are more important than anyone we are playing against.
"We'll make sure we get ourselves right. If we do things right then we will give anyone a difficult game," he added.