Liverpool defender Kolo Toure has revealed that his side will be out for revenge against Chelsea and will be looking to end the Blues' unbeaten run in the league this season.
The Reds host the Premier League leaders at Anfield on Saturday. The last time the two met at the same venue saw Liverpool suffer a 2-0 defeat to Jose Mourinho's side. The defeat cost the Merseyside club the league title as they finished the season two points behind winners Manchester City.
Toure was part of the Arsenal squad which went on to win the Premier League title after remaining unbeaten throughout the 2003/04 season.
The former Manchester City centre-back is hoping that Brendan Rodgers' side would seal three points against Chelsea, which will end their unbeaten run and also help Liverpool take revenge for last season's defeat.
"It's a great chance! But the most important thing is that we want to win the game. Chelsea have a good team. With the squad they have of course they can do it (go unbeaten all season), but its not only about quality, it is also about mentality," Toure told the Liverpool Echo.
"Every game is challenging and sometimes things don't go well for you but you need to be able to come back and carry on fighting. The season has just started, so we will see."
"Definitely [chance for payback]. It is a very important game when you think what they did to us last season. That cost us the league and now we have the chance to beat them. I can't wait for that, honestly," he added.
Last season, the former Real Madrid manager employed defensive tactics during the Blues' visit to Anfield. However, Toure believes both Chelsea and Liverpool will attack and has backed the fixture to be a great game.
"Last season, they never attacked, but this season they will attack. With the players they have they can't defend all the time. I think they will just try to score goals and we will try to score goals. It's going to be a great game, definitely," the former Arsenal defender said.
"Every game for Liverpool you want to win and Chelsea are playing well now. When you play at home in a game like that it is going to be attacking teams. Chelsea attack and Liverpool attack as well. I think you are going to see a great game," Toure concluded.