Manager Rafael Benitez thinks Liverpool's previous experience in securing Champions League football will help them come good at the end of the season.
The Reds are currently sixth, four points behind fourth-placed Tottenham, but that gap could be more by the end of Saturday. And although his side have played more matches than Spurs, Manchester City and Aston Villa, Benitez is confident his players can rise to the occasion with at least five wins required from their last seven matches.
"I had the belief before last weekend's defeat at Manchester United and the main thing is to keep focused on our games and try to win and we will see what happens with the other teams," said the Spaniard.
"Normally when you are in a top side and you have been in a top side for years you expect to approach every game thinking about just winning.
"With the other teams you never know but at this moment they have an excellent motivation.
"But it is different for them, when they have been coming fifth, sixth or seventh, to go forward than when you have been in the top four and have had some problems.
"That is the extra motivation they have so the experience we have will be our motivation too."
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