Liverpool continue their assault on the Premier League top four as they face Brentford at Anfield.
Liverpool currently sit 5th in the Premier League with seventeen wins, eight draws and nine losses from thirty-four games this season.
The Reds are attempting to rescue what has been an egregiously poor season by their standards as they look to steal a Champions League spot in the final weeks of the campaign.
Liverpool, while still not at their best, have started to rectify their early season woes as they find themselves in the best form their season having won their last five games on the bounce.
Jurgen Klopp has made a few tactical adjustments, the most notable being the conversion of Trent Alexander-Arnold to an inverted fullback, that have freshened up what was becoming a stale and ageing side.
Midfielder Curtis Jones is also in the midst of a revival having rediscovered the form that made him one of the most coveted prospects in the country just a few years ago.
Liverpool are now a fearsome opponent once again given their schedule they should feel confident about winning each of their last four matches. If Manchester United and Newcastle United both win their games in hand Liverpool will be seven points shy of the top four so winning all of their last four games may not be enough to score Champions League football for next season.
Brentford currently sit 9th in the Premier League with twelve wins, fourteen draws and eight losses from thirty-four games this season.
The Bees have had an excellent campaign this season as they look to secure a top half finish, a feat that would make a mockery of the concept of 'second season syndrome'.
They enter this game in very good form having won two and drawn one of their last three games, the most recent of which was a 2-1 win over Nottingham Forest.
Thomas Frank's men left it late to secure all three points against Forest having scored in the 82nd and 94th minute of the game after an injury left their opponents playing with ten men given they'd used all of their permitted substitutes.
Their form away from home has been mixed having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five games on the road.
Brentford are looking to finish the season in style and a win at Anfield would be a memorable occasion for all involved.
For our Liverpool vs. Brentford prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.