The German sits three points short of Hamilton in the drivers’ championship, with the Brit having won the last four races on the bounce.
Hamilton has also been on pole for four of this season’s five races, but Rosberg – on the front of the grid for the other – is quick to point out that the drivers are level in dry conditions.
“Of course three of those qualifying were in the wet,” he said. “But in the dry it is 1-1 and it is supposed to be dry on Saturday, so I am confident I can make it happen.
Rosberg won this race last year and expects there to be no let-up in his chase for the title with Hamilton.
“In general it has been a tough battle up until now,” he said. “I expect it to continue like that.
“He has had the result rhythm in a couple of races, but it has been close. I just need a tiny bit to turn it around, and I will try to do that in Monaco.”
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