Neil Warnock says it will be “virtually impossible” for his Cardiff team to beat Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday.
Cardiff face second-placed Liverpool after their first Premier League victory of the season against Fulham.
“It is virtually impossible for any team in the current game. Their front three is probably the best front three in the world,” said Warnock.
“We’ve all got to play at the top of our potential to give them a good game and hope they have an off day.”
But the 69-year-old added: “I think we can go there and cause problems.
“I hope the lads are looking forward to it – it’s a special place in football, a remarkable place. It’s massive.”
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