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Brighton vs Liverpool Predictions

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  • The Amex Stadium
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Liverpool To Win To Nil

13/8odds when tipped
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Liverpool 2-0

15/2odds when tipped
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Sadio Mane To Score Anytime

7/5odds when tipped
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Tip Reasoning

  • Liverpool have won their last seven league games and five of those were accompanied by clean sheets.
  • Brighton have failed to score in three of their last four games, all defeats, and in each of their last two at home.
  • Brighton have only lost by more than two goals twice this season across all competitions.
  • Sadio Mane has four goals in his last three Premier League games.

Liverpool looking to maintain title charge at Amex

Liverpool saw a 15-game unbeaten run brought to an end by Inter Milan on Tuesday but they should be able to bounce back with a win when they head to Brighton for the early Premier League kick-off on Saturday.

Albion have lost their last four games and have managed just one goal during that run. They did make a game of it at Newcastle last weekend after conceding two early goals, but a lack of quality in front of goal saw them miss out on a share of the points.

Liverpool can deny hosts a goal

Liverpool are just 1/2 to win this match so I’ve looked at a few other options to get a bit more value out of this clash and an away win to nil looks a good option for our main bet.

The Seagulls have failed to score in three of their last four games and in each of their last two at the Amex Stadium.

Liverpool have managed five clean sheets in their last seven Premier League games, all wins, and they have conceded just once in their last five games on their travels in all competitions.

Brighton do have a good record against the Reds and managed a 2-2 draw at Anfield earlier in the season. However, Graeme Potter’s men have little to play for as their four-game losing run has ended any lingering hopes of a late push for Europe and with 33 points on the board they have probably already done enough to avoid the drop.

In contrast, Liverpool are involved in a battle for the title and will be keen to respond to that defeat at home to Inter in midweek, even if they did win the tie.

Furthermore, Brighton needed 15 attempts (four on target) to get one goal against Newcastle and they’re unlikely to create as many chances on Saturday – so Liverpool can win and keep a clean sheet.

Goals could be in short supply

Liverpool have a league-high 71 goals in 27 games but lately they haven’t been putting teams to the sword. The Reds have only managed one win by more than two goals in their last 11 games, a 6-0 demolition of a Leeds side in freefall, and Brighton rarely take a beating.

Albion have five home defeats in the league and only two of them were by more than two-goal margins, and no team has been them by more than three goals in any game home or away this season. As such, a routing 2-0 win for the visitors is the correct score selection.

Sadio Mane has scored in each of his last three Premier League appearances, hitting four in total during that time. The Senegal international scored in the reverse fixture and can cause Brighton problems again on Saturday with a goal at anytime at the Amex Stadium.

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  • Brighton have suffered four Premier League defeats by a 2-0 scoreline this season
  • Liverpool have kept four clean sheets in their last five Premier League games

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