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LIVERPOOL full-back Jose Enrique (right) has called on his team-mates to fight for their Liverpool careers, claiming "no one is safe".

Liverpool travel to Ewood Park tonight to take on Blackburn, where a 3-1 defeat in January last year signalled the end for Roy Hodgson, desperate to halt their slide down the League table.

"It has been difficult in the league and not just the last few weeks, the last few months," Enrique said.

"Everyone can improve because when the team doesn't work in the league, no one is safe.

"In the league we know we have to finish as high as possible."

Meanwhile, Kenny Dalglish could face an FA sanction after questioning the "integrity" of referees following a series of contentious decisions against his team.

"In the last three games there have been blatant decisions that have gone against us and are, frankly, inexcusable and I'd say inexplicable as well," said Dalglish. "They (referees) have to look at themselves and ensure they are seen to have integrity."

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