Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew believes his side will not be easy for Liverpool in Sunday's Premier League clash at Selhurst Park.
Palace are without a league victory since beating Stoke on 19 December, dropping from fifth to 14th place in that time.
"Until we get our first win we can't look up the table," Pardew, who led Palace to beat Liverpool at Anfield, said during his press conferenceon Friday. "We've got a really good side when we're all fit and we have a balance.
"Liverpool were terrific against Manchester City. That high-pressing game is exciting to watch. It doesn't always work though and if we can find a way around that, we can cause Liverpool problems like we have done in the past."
Pardew also confirmed that striker Connor Wickham is "touch-and-go" for Sunday after picking up a knock against Sunderland and said that goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey is also struggling.
"That's something we'll have to look at in the 11th hour, but Pape Souare's back on that left side, which is important. He will start," said Pardew.