Daniel Agger feels Liverpool have a psychological hold over UEFA Champions League semi-final opponents Chelsea.
The two sides have met three times this term, twice in the league and once in the Community Shield, and Liverpool have two wins to their name.
League form is likely to go out of the window come the end of April, but Danish defender Agger is happy with how The Reds have handled Chelsea.
"We have met them a couple of times this year and I feel we have got control of them," Agger told TV2.
"It will be two big matches and we are looking forward to them.
"It will of course require a collective display and we have to work hard."
Liverpool will be on their travels in the first leg and Agger is looking for The Reds to keep Chelsea's strikers under wraps.
"It is a matter of scoring a goal and keeping a clean sheet," he added. "We are particularly focused on the latter, because then it is easier to win."