Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has brushed aside the discrepancy between his side's home and away records and insists there is no difference in their approach.
The Reds have won six matches on the road this season - two more than they have at home - but while they have been held at Anfield on eight occasions they have managed just one draw on enemy territory.
Such statistics, on the face of it, could point to a more open approach away from home but Dalglish does not believe that is the case.
In fact, he thinks they have produced better football in front of their own fans without true reward.
"A lot of performances at home have been of a high quality and haven't got the result they deserved but away from home we have got better results but maybe not been as attractive," said the Scot.
"We don't change too much wherever we play. We always want to win the game and we'll always put a team out we think is going to win. We want to win both places, home and away, and we have the capabilities to do so."