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Gerrard: Liverpool can't afford anymore mistakes

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Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has warned his team-mates they cannot afford any more mistakes if they are to secure Champions League football next season.

On Wednesday they go to Arsenal, where they have not won in the league for a decade, and victory at the Emirates Stadium would put Liverpool just two points behind the third-placed Gunners. But having come unstuck at places like Tottenham, Sunderland, Fulham and Fratton Park this season Gerrard said the team had to build on the weekend's victory over Everton in the 213th Merseyside derby.

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"Everybody is still on a high and now we have got to take that high into the next game," Gerrard told the Liverpool Echo.

"It's a tough one, Arsenal away always is, but we have used beating Everton as a platform in the past and we've got to do it again.

"We want to extend our run and go on to better things as we can't afford any slip-ups because there is pressure coming from Tottenham, Manchester City and Aston Villa."

Gerrard added: "We showed fantastic togetherness (against Everton), we fought for each other and that's why I am really proud of this team.

"It's performances like this that will get you in there (the top four).

"There are a couple of very tough games coming up but if we can show what we have done in the last seven games, I don't see why we can't maintain it."

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