Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis says they won't lay down against Liverpool.
Pulis hoped to hand some youngsters and fringe players chances to impress now the Eagles have secured their top-flight status.
The former Stoke manager admitted he will not be in a position to experiment when the title-chasing Reds pitch up at Selhurst Park on Monday, May 5 however.
"I think it's my responsibility to pick the strongest team, and the team that's done the best," said Pulis.
"If I make too many changes for the Liverpool game I think that might cause some problems.
"Having said that I see Jose made a lot of changes and won at Liverpool, so maybe I'll ring him and ask him 'what's the best way to go?'"