Liverpool vs Brighton & Hove Albion – 101 Great Goals prediction: Liverpool 3-1 BrightonLiverpool to beat Brighton 3-1 is 10/1 with Bet365
With the Champions League final still to come, Liverpool will not want to risk too many of their star players.
But, Liverpool need to win this to ensure Chelsea don’t have any hope of finishing in the top four.
A draw will do for Liverpool, but Jurgen Klopp’s side are likely to go all out for the win.
Brighton have secured Premier League safety, and if last season is anything to go by, will be firmly on the beach already.
Liverpool vs Brighton: Who will win?
Liverpool chances of winning at home to Brighton are rated by the bookies at 1/5.
Brighton to pull off a surprise win at Anfield is seen by the bookies as unlikely: 14/1.First goal scorer tip: Roberto Firmino is 4/1 with Bet365
Liverpool vs Brighton: Premier League preview
Liverpool host Brighton & Hove Albion at Anfield on Sunday for the final day of the Premier League season.
A win for Brighton could see them finish as high as 10th, depending on other results. Chris Hughton’s side lost 3-1 away at champions Manchester City in midweek, ending their three-match unbeaten run.
The Reds have won just one of their last five matches in all competitions and lost two on the spin.
Last weekend, Jurgen Klopp’s side lost 1-0 at Chelsea. The result leaves Liverpool 4th, not yet guaranteed a place in the top four. Due to their superior goal difference over Chelsea, Liverpool only need a point to guarantee Champions League football next season via their league position.
Liverpool were 5-1 winners at the Amex in the reverse fixture in December. Emre Can, Roberto Firmino (2), Philippe Coutinho and a Lewis Dunk own goal saw the Reds cruise to victory. Glenn Murray scored a consolation penalty in the second half.Liverpool to win, Mohamed Salah to have 5+ shots and James Milner to win 4+ tackles: 9/2 with Ladbrokes
Liverpool team news vs Brighton
Joe Gomez is out with an ankle injury, while Joel Matip and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are further long-term absentees.
Adam Lallana has returned to full training but is still a fitness doubt. The England midfielder will be hoping to be available in time for the Champions League final.
Emre Can is also expected to miss out on Sunday with a back injury.
Sadio Mane is a doubt following a knock picked up against Chelsea.
Brighton team news vs Liverpool
Steve Sidwell is the Seagulls’ only absentee and misses out with an ankle injury.Mohamed Salah to score 2 or more goals vs Brighton: 2/1 with Coral
Liverpool predicted line-up vs Brighton
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