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Brighton & Hove Albion vs Liverpool FC preview, team news, tickets & prediction

Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Liverpool FC will excite the Seagulls fans because it is an opportunity to extend a streak that Graham Potter started.


This match would not be considered a challenge for the Reds in history. As it stands, Brighton has 20 losses to Liverpool’s seven in the 38 games both teams have played in all competitions in their history.


For Brighton, however, it is a big deal because three of those wins have come in the last six games. Two of the eleven draws between both teams have also been in the last six games, with Liverpool triumphing only once.


It is even more exciting for Brighton fans because their team met Liverpool three times in the 2022/23 season (FA Cup and Premier League) and came away unbeaten with an aggregate scoreline of 8-4. It is a big deal for the Sussex-based club, and now, the first opportunity to extend the streak has come.


The Seagulls will welcome the Reds in the first of their two statutory top-flight clashes this season on matchday 8. Both teams are in the top four of the league this season, with one point being the separating factor.


The one point came from Liverpool’s matchday 1 draw with Chelsea. The 19-time English top-flight champions then won five games to move to second place behind Manchester City before a contentious defeat at Spurs saw them drop to fourth.


On the other hand, Brighton lost surprisingly to West Ham United on matchday 3 but did not let it derail their momentum until a shock blowout at Villa last weekend. They are the highest-scoring team in the Premier League this season, which will also give Liverpool cause for worry.


Brighton & Hove Albion vs Liverpool FC has the makings of a match that will be talked about for quite some time after this season. Read on for match ticket information, team news, and game predictions.

Match Tickets

Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Liverpool FC will be played on Sunday, 8 October 2023, at the AMEX Stadium by 2 P.M. Brighton & Hove Albion vs Liverpool FC tickets will be on sale in a few days.


Fans can purchase either Brighton & Hove Albion tickets or Liverpool FC tickets from the website of either club. Match-going fans will stand the chance of getting tickets early if they join the waiting lists for either club to get early access to the tickets when they go live.


In the case of failure to get tickets from official club sources, fans can buy tickets from other fans or from groups with tickets to sell. The most transparent way to do this will be through trusted ticket reselling platforms such as Seatsnet.com, which connects buyers and sellers directly.


Fans at home in and around the United Kingdom can watch the game on Sky Sports via cable or stream the match via the Sky Sports app.


Discovery+ (via TNT Sports, formerly known as BT Sport) and Paramount+ (via CBS Sports Golazo) are other apps that will stream the match. To access these channels on the streaming platforms, fans must download the apps and pay the required subscription fee to access the Brighton & Hove Albion vs Liverpool FC game and all other Premier League games.

Team news

Jakub Moder and Julio Enciso remain the only long-term injuries for Brighton. Moder is expected to return in December, however. Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi was given a scare when veterans James Milner and Pascal Groß suffered muscle injuries on matchday 5, but their recovery is going well. They are both fit for selection, but De Zerbi will likely give both of them some rest by having them sit on the bench in the game so as not to aggravate the injuries. ‘


Teenage striker Evan Ferguson has been dealing with an ankle problem that is insufficient to send him to the hospital. The manager has been making him play a few minutes in the last three games to assess the full extent of the damage. He may eventually be placed on the injury list, but until then, he is available for selection.


Liverpool, meanwhile, are still without the injured Thiago Alcantara and Cody Gakpo, while Diogo Jota and Curtis Jones are suspended following red cards at Spurs. Thiago's absence is worrisome because he keeps relapsing whenever he gets close to making a recovery. 


Brighton’s only headache will be replacing Groß in the lineup. Billy Gilmour will likely be chosen alongside Mahmoud Dahoud, while Danny Welbeck returns to the number 9 position. Ansu Fati is due a start, but it is unlikely he will get it against Liverpool, leaving João Pedro as the supporting striker behind the former Manchester United forward.


Brighton & Hove Albion: Steele; Veltman, Van Hecke, Dunk, Estupinan; Dahoud, Gilmour; March, Pedro, Mitoma; Welbeck.


Liverpool will likely keep Joe Gomez at right back as Alexander-Arnold continues to recover. The midfield three has been the most dynamic part of the Reds team this season, with only Dominik Szoboszlai and Alexis Mac Allister being the constants. With Jones suspended Jürgen Klopp may go for a little more stability this time and most likely start Japan international Wataru Endo alongside his two marquee players. Darwin Nuñez is in a rich vein of form, so he will likely return to the starting lineup to replace the injured Gakpo.


Liverpool: Alisson; Gomez, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson; Endo, Mac Allister, Szoboszlai; Salah, Nuñez, Diaz.


Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Liverpool FC will be a game where there will be passes that triple to quadruple the combined number of tackles, forward charges, chances, and shots. There will be well-worked passing moves that both teams will carry out to progress the ball to the opponent's penalty area with occasional quick bursts of energy from both Brighton and Liverpool players. Both goalkeepers might be kept very busy in this game, and it could go down to how prepared they both are for the chances that either team produces. 


Brighton & Hove Albion 2 - 2 Liverpool.

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