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After suffering a fourth successive Premier League defeat at the weekend, Brighton’s slide down the table is continuing at quite a pace and any hopes of European football that the Seagulls may have had, have now dissipated until next season at the earliest.
While when it comes to European football, Liverpool made difficult work of their meeting with Inter Milan on Wednesday and although they are in the last eight of the Champions League, they certainly had to work hard to get there.
With Brighton currently finding themselves out of sorts at present, it is fair to say that Liverpool will go into this game as favourites and even though they are playing away from Anfield.
Which means a look at all the best odds online, will not offer a great amount of value in Liverpool simply picking up maximum points on Saturday. Therefore, we must dig a little dipper for our top tip.
One that comes with backing Liverpool to be winning at both halftime and fulltime and if like me, you also think that this will be the case, you can back this outcome at odds of 137/100 with 888sport.
Have Brighton regressed to the mean? That is the question that many are asking of the Seagulls right now and with them ending last weekend while sitting in 13th, a near certainty of a top-half finish is likely no more.
Because although Brighton had a rather impressive start to the season, they have edged back down the table - almost under the radar at times and with an unwanted run now clear for all to see, their slump in form has been largely detected.
Then again, you could argue that 13th in the Premier League table is par for a club of Brighton’s stature and their relative overachievement at the beginning of the campaign, was not one that could be sustained.
At the same time, it is not all doom and gloom for manager Graham Potter and with them still in the hunt for a top-ten finish come the end of the season, it only needs back-to-back wins to reignite their campaign.
Whether the first of those can come as early as Saturday remains to be seen and with only one goal scored in their last 360 minutes of Premier League action, putting a dent in Liverpool’s title hopes may be too big of an ask.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Liverpool, Adam Webster is once again unavailable, and this means he joins the pair of Enock Mwepu and Tudor Balata on the sidelines this weekend.
A win over West Ham, progress in the Champions League. That has been the story of Liverpool’s past seven days and although that sounds good at a surface level, it does not reveal all the facts.
Because although they did get the better of the Hammers on Saturday night, the end result could and should have been rather different and had David Moyes’ men bought their shooting boots, they would have earned at least a point for their troubles.
While progress to the last eight of the Champions League was also secured, it must not be forgotten that Inter managed to earn a second leg win at Anfield and after going ahead through Lautaro Martinez, it meant a rather nervy finish to the game.
However, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp would rather look at the final outcomes rather than how they were delivered and therefore, it is difficult to argue against another win in the Premier League and another step on the Champions League’s Road to Paris.
At the same time, he will look to iron out the kinks that the Merseyside men have displayed in the past seven days or so. Because if he does not, Liverpool’s luck will eventually run out at some point.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Brighton, Roberto Firmino is once again unavailable for the trip to The AMEX and now he is joined by defender Joel Matip on the Anfield treatment table.
When it comes to the history of these two clubs, it is fair to say that Liverpool have had it pretty much their own way in the past and with the Seagulls in something of a slump right now, that does not bode well for the weekend ahead.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Brighton have won on 5 occasions, Liverpool 19 and there have been 10 draws
After The AMEX was built in 2011, it was undoubtedly one of the best stadiums in the EFL Championship. Now though, it is one of the newest and best stadiums in the Premier League.
With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.
When looking at the Premier League odds for a top-ten finish, Brighton’s have lengthened during the past few weeks and suddenly backing the Seagulls in this market, is not as recommended as it once was.
While Liverpool are currently second favourites in the outright market and if they can pick up all three points on Saturday, it will only add more pressure to Manchester City, who themselves play this following Monday.