Steve Mandanda has insisted that Marseille are confident of beating Liverpool on Wednesday.
The French side lost to the Reds at home in their opening UEFA Champions League Group D game and have continued to struggle.
They have picked up just three points from four matches and need to win at Anfield to keep alive their slim hopes of progressing in the competition.
Liverpool will also be determined to win to seal their spot in the next round and boost their chances of finishing top, but Mandanda is ready for the challenge.
The goalkeeper told skysports.com: "We go to Liverpool without fear and with one objective - to win.
"Only with three points can we get to the last game with a chance to stay in the competition.
"Victory will not be easy but the team arrives with confidence and we need to forget about the nightmares we have had against Liverpool in the past."
Mandanda is wary of the threat posed by Fernando Torres but accepts that Liverpool are also strong in other departments.
He said: "I think Fernando Torres will play but they are not just about him. They have a lot of dangerous players in attack and we must be careful from the first minute.
"The Anfield atmosphere is magnificent but I want to have a triumph to remember.
"We have prepared for this match down to the smallest details."