By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Real travel to Manchester on Wednesday in what will be a pivotal Group D match in the UEFA Champions League for City.
The English champions are bottom of the group and in need of a win, but they will believe they can beat the Spanish champions with the home crowd behind them. However, Real are currently five points ahead of City on seven points and also need a result to ensure they can top the group with only a game to go after Wednesday's game.
Khedira watched Group D leaders Borussia Dortmund give City a torrid time in Manchester during a 1-1 draw back in matchday two, and he has pin-pointed a method to beating English teams at home.
"Dortmund showed how you can compete there: playing a tight game, competing for every ball and trying to impose your style of play, so I think we have a good chance," Khedira told the Bwin website.
"But we definitely have to concentrate on trying to play our own way there, not letting ourselves to be influenced by the opponent's style but instead imposing our strength in attack. That way I think we will have a good chance of winning and turning the match in our favour".
Khedira also feels it would be foolish for Real's defense to focus too much on stopping the individual talent of City's all-star attacking foursome of Carlos Tevez, Sergio Aguero, Mario Balotelli, and Edin Dzeko.
"I think each one of these players has too much quality for us to concentrate on just one of them," he said.
"They will not all play at once. That is very unlikely, but each of these players has an enormous quality and can decide a match. That is why all four are excellent players and it does not matter which ones play, we will have to be very alert to try to control them.
"They are amongst the best in the world".
According to UEFA, City are 19 games unbeaten at home in European competition, but a draw on Wednesday would not be enough for Roberto Mancini's side to qualify for the knock-out stage.