Liverpool will continue their hunt for the quadruple this Saturday lunchtime as they head to the south coast to face Brighton & Hove Albion.
Despite their 12 game-winning run coming to an end following a 1-0 loss to Inter Milan on Wednesday, Jurgen Klopp’s side sealed passage to the Champions League quarter-final.
Last time out in the Premier League, the Reds saw off awkward opponents in West Ham, with Sadio Mane scoring the only goal at Anfield for a team that’s only dropped two points in 2022 so far.
Graham Potter’s Brighton side have begun to slide down the table following four defeats on the bounce. Netting just one goal in these four games as well, Brighton’s Achilles heel of being unable to find the back of the net is costing the Seagulls. Despite their brilliant football, three wins in 22 league games will be worrying for any side.
Brighton got an impressive 2-2 draw at Anfield earlier in the season, but Liverpool will likely have too much for an out-of-form Brighton. With Mo Salah scoring five goals against the South coast side as well, a shot on target for the Egyptian here seems inevitable.