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Brendan Rodgers: These games are always very good games


Brendan Rodgers says Liverpool are prepared to fight for a top four finish.

After crashing out of the Europa League, the Reds can focus on the Premier League and the FA Cup, aware they they will have no midweek fixtures to prepare in the last part of the season.

But they will have a tough task on their hands when they host Manchester City at Anfield in tomorrow's early kick off.

"These games are always very good games," Rodgers said.

"They are a top-class side with some very good players. In my time here we've had some great games with them.

"We're hoping we can take the confidence that we've had in recent months into this game and, with the quality of the players that we have, get a good result.

"After next week's game against Burnley, we'll go to nearly one game a week, which probably for the first time this season will give us the chance to fully prepare and be ready in every aspect.

"It has been a really good learning season for us and we want to finish off the season with those objectives."

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