West Ham United keeper Darren Randolph admits the players are bracing themselves for another special evening under the lights at the Boleyn Ground and hopes home advantage will work in their favour.
Randolph is expecting another big atmosphere when Liverpool arrive in east London for the Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round replay on Tuesday night.
With the Club preparing for an historic move to the new Stadium during the summer, the end of the season is fast approaching and this could be the last ever cup tie to be played at the Boleyn Ground.
Having come away with a well earned draw at Anfield ten-days ago, the Republic of Ireland international is now hoping to see the Hammers reach the latter stages of the competition and make it a memorable end to the season.
Randolph said: “I hope we can get the job finished on Tuesday night. We have to fancy ourselves as we are playing at home and we can take confidence from the performances and results we have had against them in the past.
“In the days leading up to the game it gets mentioned that it could be the last every cup game at the Boleyn Ground so it makes it special and the fact that we are playing Liverpool makes it even more special.
“If we can get past Liverpool, we would fancy ourselves again if we play Blackburn to progress even further in the competition. We put out a strong team and hopefully we will get a good result against Liverpool.
“You look at any of the players who have come into the team this season and they have all added something and played their part. It is good to have a strong side in the cup like we have.
“We were on a good run, not only results but performances as well. We had a bit of a slow start against Southampton which we were angry about.
“If we can put in a strong start against Liverpool than there is no reason why we cannot put in a solid performance for the ninety minutes and get the result that we want.
“Whatever team he (Jurgen Klopp) decides to put out is up to him. They have a lot of games coming up, but it is down to us to put in a good performance. We have got a lot of confidence so we should not worry too much about what other teams are doing and focus on what we are doing.
Randolph is hoping to build on his man of the match display at Anfield and hopes to continue his impressive form against Liverpool after keeping two clean sheets in the two games he has played against them this season.
Randolph added: “I take heart from any game that I play in and especially the performances I have put in over the last few games and hopefully I can take that into the Liverpool tie.
“I am just happy to play and get any game time I can get. The Liverpool game is another chance for me to go out and show what I can do.”