Liverpool (2nd, 63 points) take on Brighton (13th, 33 points) on Saturday, with Jurgen Klopp’s side looking to put additional pressure on Premier League leaders Manchester City.
City, who face Crystal Palace on Monday, are currently six points clear of Liverpool, but City have played one game more.
Brighton have lost their last four games but they will still be determined to bring about a clash against Liverpool.
Here are all the details you need to know about this fixture.
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How to watch Brighton v Liverpool
- Dated: Saturday March 12
- Time: 7:30 a.m.
- American TV channel: —
- Distribution in the United States: peacock
- Canadian broadcast: DAZN
UNITED STATES: The game will air exclusively in the United States on Peacock for subscribers.
Canada: All Premier League matches are streamed exclusively live and on demand on DAZN in Canada.
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The planned line-ups between Brighton and Liverpool
Adam Webster is likely to miss again for Brighton with a groin problem, but in more positive news Jeremy Sarmiento and Enock Mwepu are closing in on their respective returns to action.
Starting line-up planned for Brighton (4-4-2, right to left): Sanchez (GK) — Veltman, Duffy, Dunk, Cucurella — Lamptey, Alzate, Gross, Moder — Trossard, Maupay
There are questions surrounding Liverpool defenders Virgil van Dijk, Ibrahima Konate and midfielder Thiago Alcantara, who all missed training on Thursday, although Konate landed a knock and Thiago came off early against Inter Milan in middle of the week.
Roberto Firmino, out for a few weeks with a groin problem, will be in contention for a role, according to Klopp.
Liverpool projected the starting line-up (4-3-3, right to left): Alisson—Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson—Henderson, Fabinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain—Salah, Jota, Mane
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Brighton vs Liverpool betting odds
Liverpool are the favorites to win, and Mohamed Salah is available at +280 to be the first goalscorer.
For those who think Brighton might be ripe for a good performance and finally salvage a result, Brighton’s double chance is at +170.
Those two sides were tied at Anfield 2-2 in October, but goalscoring hasn’t come easy for Brighton of late with just six goals in their last eight league games. The Seagulls have been shut out in their last two home games.
Odds provided by Draft Kings
- Money line: Brighton +550 / Draw +360 / Liverpool -210
- Spread: Brighton +1.5 (-175) / Liverpool -1.5 (+155)
- Goals O/U 2.5: More than -145 / Less than +115
- Both teams score: Yes -130 / No +100