Where: Amex Stadium, Brighton, EnglandWhen: Sunday, October 8, 3 pm CET
The Seagulls suffered an excruciating defeat in Birmingham but are determined to bounce back and keep playing at a high level. The team from Brighton has encountered completely new circumstances, having to play on the international stage as well, and is still adapting. Liverpool lost to Tottenham seven days ago after a big error made by the referees, which directly affected the course of the entire event. The best way to forget that is to beat the Seagulls.
Brighton vs. Liverpool Preview
Aston Villa blew away De Zerbi’s crew last Sunday, packing half a dozen goals in their net. On the other side, one of the most efficient teams in England managed to score only once. This was the second failure for Brighton in the Premiership this year, and apart from that, they have five victories.
The Seagulls matches are the most interesting to watch, with 33 goals in total occurring in these events. Overall, since the season began, we’ve seen Brighton playing nine times, with eight contests ending with both teams netting and over 2.5 hits.
The majority of the same games saw four or more goals, which makes Brighton so popular. The recent form of the Seagulls is on the decline, with three losses in four meetings, counting in the Carabao Cup and the Europa League contests.
The mistake made by the officials against Tottenham definitely affected the final result. Liverpool lost for the first time this year, 2-1, and to make it even worse, they were enduring Tottenham’s pressure with two players fewer on the field until stoppage time when Matip scored an own goal.
Last Saturday’s event was the eighth in a row for the Reds with three or more hits, and we’ve seen only one event they participated in without both teams netting since the campaign began.
The offense is playing pretty well, but the defense can’t gain any consistency, and that’s Klopp’s primary problem right now.
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Brighton and Liverpool Possible Lineups
Brighton & Hove Albion: Steele; Lamptey, Webster, Dunk, Estupinan; Gilmour, Dahoud; March, Fati, Mitoma; Pedro
Liverpool: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson; Szoboszlai, Mac Allister, Bajcetic; Salah, Nunez, Diaz
Brighton vs. Liverpool Head to Head
Brighton and Liverpool played three times last season, and the Reds couldn’t win. First EPL game at Anfield ended 3-3, Brighton smashed the Reds at Amex afterward, 3-0, before beating them in the FA Cup also at home, 2-1.
Brighton vs. Liverpool Predictions
We don’t know who will win here, but we are pretty sure the game will end with plenty of goals. Brighton and Liverpool have an extremely offensive-minded approach, which should result in a high number of scores once these two units collide.
Our verdict: Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals
Brighton versus Liverpool Odds
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