Liverpool vs Brighton Betting
Liverpool are back on track after beating both Spurs and Hammers with 3-1 down in London during last week. They’re back at third in the league, and another win here would set them up in a position where they can make the things very interesting if they beat City on Sunday.
Brighton took a huge win, their first at home of the season, against Spurs on Sunday and as they’ve now climbed to a seven-point gap down to relegation. You could argue if there’s a chance that they pay the price of some rotation in this game to come out ready against Burnley on Saturday instead?
05th February 2021 – 20:15
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Liverpool lost their great run of Anfield results as Burnley won here two weeks ago and The Reds will now be hoping to start another great run of results on their own turf.
68 games without a loss was the record ahead of Burnley, and against Brighton, on Wednesday there’s a perfect chance to add their first to a new run of great results.
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Last time these two teams met Liverpool were the much better side down at the south coast, but Brighton were saved by a double VAR offside on first Salah and then Mané – before they were given a soft penalty in the last minute of the game. Brighton also missed one penalty in the game, and this is two teams that normally love to play football – and play it out from the back.
At the same time, Graham Potter has adopted a more cynical approach as they’ve tightened their defence and since they conceded to Manchester City on January 13’th, they’ve gone three games with a clean sheet.
Unfortunately for Brighton, I don’t think they’ll add a fourth, and that’s much down to Mo Salah once again finding the net against West Ham.
Salah looks on fire and Liverpool will hope to have Sadio Mané back after a light knock. Roberto Firmino should also be ready after a start from the bench in the weekend, and Klopp spoke about his team “finding the rhythm” again. Which I think Brighton will pay the price for. Over 2,5 goals should be nailed on at Anfield.
Liverpool have their momentum, and another victory would set them up to a fantastic top-of-the-table clash with City on Sunday. The Reds will come out flying hoping to start a new great run of results at Anfield and we back Klopp’s men to win at a -1 handicap.
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