The Catalan side face Sevilla in Wednesday's all-Spanish clash and Raul Tamudo and Rufete are talking tough.
"I know that there are many people depending on me and there are certain expectations, but it is not something that worries me," captain Tamudo said. "The only thing that bothers me is to do my job well, helping the team and for us to take the game.
"I am not worried abut scoring, only about winning the title."
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Team-mate Rufete, 30, knows all about winning the trophy, having done so with Valencia under current Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez. But he knows this is a bigger deal for Espanyol.
"On Wednesday we play the most important game, not only of the year, but of our lives," said the former Spain international. "Throughout the year we have competed well and we are not surprised what we have achieved, but now the talk is about Glasgow, of the game that we have coming up.
"We know that we have to look at winning one game and forget about lifting a title. The mistake would be to think about the second thing."
"The fans are proud of the team, which I know because they tell us in the street," he continued.
"We are aware of the dream which we have created and, therefore, we have tried to assure people we have spoken to about this game that once again, they are going to be proud of their team."
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