Since the start of this season, the Reds have not lost a single game in any competition. Actually, Jurgen Klopp’s side has only drawn thrice meaning they have 11 wins cumulatively, where 6 are EPL matches, while the rest are EFL and Champions league competitions.
This time we are seeing the Title-winning team with most players back from injury and new additions making their squad even stronger.
Brighton is also doing well in consideration of the accumulated points and their 5th rank on the PL table.
However, the previous 4 matches are pushing the Seagull’s confidence and consistency to the edge. Yes, they are currently fifth, but with the upcoming Liverpool vs Brighton match unaccounted, we might see them falling lower down the table.
Liverpool vs Brighton H2H
Brighton got the best of Liverpool last season, managing to secure a draw and a win against the then reigning champions. But we acknowledge that Liverpool had a lot of injuries and the pandemic problems had hit the club severely. Apart from the two occasions last year, Brighton has never beaten Liverpool for the last decade. This is an obvious gesture that the Liverpool vs Brighton result this weekend will most certainly be an Anfield’s affair.