Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says his team has to be disciplined in defence and creative in the final third if they are to beat Manchester United tonight.
The Reds host the Red Devils in today's Round of 16 Europa League action.
The German will have to take a decision over whether to start Christian Benteke in attack after the Belgian scored the winner against Crystal Palace in the weekend.
"I think the advantage with a home and away game in this special battle is not too big," Klopp told reporters.
"You have to make your job in the first leg and you have to make your job in the second leg.
"It's really interesting in this tournament that nearly no result can make you be sure you are through before you've played the second game.
"We have to really defend disciplined, we have to be creative, we have to create chances. If we can score goals we have to do it and, in the end, we have to get the result that gives us all possibilities for the rematch.
"I don't care too much about where the game is, that we have the first at home and the second there. I think it will be two open games and when the game is over, you can win it – that's all I need to know.
"It's big [game], but I don't have to compare games.
"If you work in Dortmund and play against Schalke, it's not easy or possible to talk about anything else. You know it's the only thing that counts in this moment, the only important thing – everything can happen around the world and they [the fans] only talk about this game.
"That's similar here. It's a really, really big game, but I hope it's not the biggest in my Liverpool career. It's very important and to go into the next round, we have to beat them – that's it."