LEWIS Grabban is hoping Cherries can play with “no fear” when they lock horns with one of English football’s powerhouse clubs.
The Cherries striker, a boyhood Liverpool supporter, will get the opportunity to showcase his skills against the Reds when they come to town today.
A capacity crowd will pack into Dean Court as Eddie Howe’s men attempt to cause a major upset in the eagerly-anticipated FA Cup fourth round clash.
Grabban could take his place in the Cherries line-up after last week committing his future to the club – amid interest from Brighton – by signing a new and improved three-and-a-half-year contract.
The frontman told the Daily Echo: “They play in the best league in the world, so it is going to be difficult and they probably will have more possession than us. But we will work hard, press and, hopefully, play with no fear and do what we can do.”