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Brendan Rodgers dismisses title pressure

Brendan Rodgers plays down the notion that he feels pressure to win the Premier League this season.

Brendan Rodgers has played down the notion that he feels pressure to win the Premier League title with Liverpool, insisting that he has never "slept better".

With just three games remaining, the Reds are odds-on favourites to finish the campaign top of the standings and end a 24-year wait for a league title in the process.

Rodgers can take a giant step toward achieving that feat on Sunday by beating second-placed Chelsea at Anfield, and the Northern Irishman hails the "absolutely wonderful" feeling of being on the brink of the glory.

"People talk about pressure, but you see our players, they're really enjoying their football. I'm enjoying being at the top of the league. It's absolutely wonderful," he told reporters.

"You know, there's no pressure with it. People say that you're not enjoying it, you must not sleep at night. I haven't slept better."

Kickoff tomorrow is scheduled for 2.05pm.

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Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers gives the thumbs up during the Premier League match against Norwich on April 20, 2014
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