Carlos Salcido believes PSV Eindhoven will need to play at 150 per cent if they are to stand any chance of beating Liverpool in the UEFA Champions League.
The Dutch champions are currently bottom of Group D ahead of their trip to Anfield after suffering a 3-0 drubbing at the hands of Atletico Madrid last month.
Salcido us not underestimating the importance of Wednesday's clash and says his team-mates are not going to Merseyside with any fear despite The Reds' impressive start to the campaign.
The Mexico international believes the likes of Fernando Torres, Robbie Keane and Dirk Kuyt will be tough to handle, although he does not believe it will be mission impossible.
"This match is very important for us. It's complicated, but we need points after the disaster against Atletico Madrid. This is our objective," he told skysports.com.
"Liverpool are having an excellent season will play with confidence. If we overcome this then PSV will be able to win.
"I believe that Liverpool and Atletico are the favourites in this group are but we want to cause problems for our rivals and fight until the last moment.
"Torres, Keane and Kuyt are a phenomenal offensive line. For me is one of the best in Europe today and really is hard to stop this. We are obliged to give 150 per cent on the pitch this week.
"To play in a stadium like Anfield is sensational because it is steeped in history. The atmosphere will help PSV to increase our level this Wednesday.
"We don't arrive in England with fear. If that was certain we'd prefer to stay in Holland and avoid travelling, but PSV is a champion club with courage and ambition."