Newcastle captain Fabricio Coloccini has called on his team-mates to go all out against Everton in a bid to secure a top four finish.
The Magpies are the outsiders to claim a place in next season's UEFA Champions League with Arsenal and Tottenham occupying third and fourth spot respectively.
Newcastle need one of the two north London clubs to slip up on the final day and Coloccini wants them to keep the pressure on their rivals by claiming all three points from their tricky trip to Goodison Park.
"We are fighting for a dream, so it is a very important game," said Coloccini.
"We are confident, because we played well against Chelsea.
"We've played well against Manchester City too. We lost [to City on Sunday] but the final result came because they scored the first goal and we were chasing an equaliser.
"We have a very tough game, but it is one we can win. We have to do our own work at Everton and take the three points first. If we do that, it puts pressure on Tottenham and Arsenal and we'll see - but we have to do our own job first.
"When you're on the pitch, you do not take notice of other scores.
"At half-time, we may hear of the scores, and I'm sure people may shout the score to us, but unless we win, we will not get there. So the job of winning is the most important to us.
"We will make sure of that first. We're very happy but we still have the chance to finish third or fourth and we're still fighting for that."
Who will miss out in the race for the top four?