Brighton vs Liverpool – Preview and Prediction

Brighton vs Liverpool – Following a 2-2 draw against Leicester City in the Premier League, Brighton gets ready for this game.

In that game, Brighton & Hove Albion had 64% of the possession and 4 of their 13 shots on goal were successful. Kaoru Mitoma and Evan Ferguson scored for Brighton & Hove Albion in the 27th and 88th minutes, respectively.

Leicester City had 9 shots on goal at the other end, with 2 of them going in. Leicester City scored goals through Marc Albrighton (38′) and Harvey Barnes (63′).

In six of the last six matches in which Brighton & Hove Albion played, at least three goals per game were scored. During this time, nine goals were scored by other teams, while 19 were scored by Brighton & Hove Albion.

Liverpool and Chelsea previously played to a scoreless draw in a Premier League match.

Liverpool controlled 48% of the game’s possession and 3 of its 15 shots on goal were successful. Chelsea had 11 shots on goal at the opposite end, only two of them were successful.

Liverpool, led by Jürgen Klopp, has cause to celebrate after scoring a total of 6 goals in their previous 6 games. Nine goals have been scored against them total during those contests.

Brighton vs Liverpool – Betting Analysis

Looking at their previous head-to-head matchups dating back to November 28, 2020, we can see that Brighton has won two of them and Liverpool one, while there have been three draws.

18 goals were scored between them in those encounters, with 10 coming from The Seagulls and 8 coming from The Reds. This results in an average of three goals being scored every game.

The teams’ most recent league encounter occurred on Premier League Match Day 20 on January 14, 2023, with Brighton & Hove Albion defeating Liverpool 3-0.

In that incident, Brighton & Hove Albion held 62% of the ball and had 16 shots on goal, 9 of which were on goal. Solly March (47 and 53 seconds) and Danny Welbeck (81 seconds) both scored goals.

Liverpool had six shots on goal at the other end, and two of those were on goal. Darren England served as the referee.

For Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi, Danny Welbeck (unknown injury), Jakub Moder (cruciate ligament rupture), and Facundo Buonanotte (cervical spine injury) won’t be able to play.

The fitness of several of his current players worries Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp. This game won’t feature Arthur Melo (surgery), Virgil van Dijk (hamstring injury), Luis D’az (knee injury), or Diogo Jota (calf injury).

Although it’s difficult to predict a clear winner, we believe Liverpool and Brighton & Hove Albion will both be able to score many goals.

What are the top odds for this match?

Checking the latest betting odds for this match on the win-draw-win market, staking on Brighton & Hove Albion is best priced at 2.65, betting on the draw is 3.7, and selecting the win for Liverpool gets you 2.5. They’re the most competitive prices available at present.

Brighton vs Liverpool – Head -to- Head


Brighton vs Liverpool

Our Prediction: Both Teams to Score