Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Paddy Kenny is hopeful they can get something from their crucial showdown with Manchester City.
The Hoops travel to title-chasing City just two points above the drop zone knowing defeat, coupled with a win for Bolton at Stoke, would condemn them to Premier League relegation.
To make matters worse for Mark Hughes's men, the game pits the team with the worst away form against the side with the best home record.
Kenny, who is hoping to keep City's star-studded attack at bay, remains hopeful they can secure survival and believes their away form has to improve at some point.
"We know what we have got to do and we are going to go there and focus on our job," Kenny told skysports.com.
"We have not got the best results away from home, but all that has got to come to an end at some point and we will be going out there to do our job.
"There is a lot riding on the game - them winning the league and us staying up.
"They have got a tremendous home record so it is going to be a difficult job, but one we have got to go out and face head on.
"It's 11 against 11 at the end of the day and hopefully we can get something out of the game."
Kenny has previous experience of the drama of trying to stay up on the final day when his Sheffield United suffered relegation on goal difference after losing at home to Wigan and seeing West Ham win at Manchester United.
He is keen to avoid a repeat and he is optimistic of a different result, feeling QPR still have their own destiny in their own hands.
"I remember at Sheffield United five years ago, it all came down to the final day of the season against Wigan," added Kenny.
"We find ourselves in similar circumstances, but we have got to go out there and be positive.
"It is down to us and it is still in our hands and that is all we are focusing on."
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