Here is our tip for Liverpool vs Brighton

Early afternoon on Sunday, Liverpool could go top of the Premier League table as they play before the Manchester Ciry-Arsenal game. It’s clearly the home side’s favourites for this 90 minutes, with bookmakers’ odds on the home side steadily dropping.

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Liverpool have broken their great run before the international break, so they have no chance of winning all four trophies this season. The 4-3 defeat at Manchester United was one of the weakest performance in recent months, and United were able to capitalise on a number of defensive errors.

Despite this, there can be no complaints about Jürgen Klopp’s final season so far, and he has even managed to ride out the serious injury wave relatively effectively. The squad is looking better and better, with a good number of the injured back, so he has a pretty solid eleven to start on Sunday. Diogo Jota, Alisson,Trent, Alexander-Arnold and Andrew Robertson remain out.

Brighton can’t perform at the same level this season as they did a year ago, but they have been able to beat Liverpool few times nowadays.

Liverpool have not won any of their last four games against Brighton.
That statistic should certainly give the Brighton some confidence, what less so is the form of the team. They were knocked out of the European League before the international break by Roma in a big defeat, while they are only ninth in the league.

Their last league game had to be postponed as Manchester City played in the FA Cup two weeks ago, so they played their last league game on 10 March, beating Nottingham in a weak game. Before that, however, they suffered a series of painful defeats and may be in the fight for a Europa League place at the end of the season.

Billy Gilmour could return from suspension, leaving only Jack Hinshelwood, Solly March and Kauro Mitoma out.

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Speaking at the pre-match press conference, Klopp said he expects a very strong home performance at the start of the season and is looking for extra encouragement from the fans in the key period. A much more motivated home team will take the field, where the strongest midfield (McAllister – Endo – Szoboslai) can be assembled. Having seen how weightless Brighton have been away from home in recent weeks (five defeats in their last six games), this 90 minutes could end in a home success for us.

Also, we’ll take a maximum of 5 cards from the referee. Although the meeting is being led by Cooter, who has given out the most cards on average this season, looking behind the numbers, we shouldn’t necessarily expect a card shower in this meeting. Liverpool operate the fewest number of cards at home and, in addition, the referee has led both sides to 1-1 low card games this season. Although Brighton are collecting a lot away from home, they could stay below the 5.5 line for these 90 minutes if Liverpool can win.

Bet builder: Liverpool win + under 5.5 cards @1.83
Bet builder: Liverpool win + under 5.5 cards @1.80

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