Liverpool Vs Brighton Free Tips [30th Nov]
Published on 26/11/19
Liverpool host Brighton this Saturday, and it looks like they’ll need a win to maintain their commanding lead at the top of the Premier League with Leicester, Man City, and Chelsea all odds-on to win their games.
Check out our trends, analysis, and free tips for Liverpool vs Brighton.
Liverpool vs Brighton Analysis
15:00 Kick Off on 30th Nov
Liverpool vs Brighton Match Details
Liverpool vs Brighton kicks-off at Anfield at 3.00pm on Saturday 30th November.
Last week’s win over Crystal Palace extended Liverpool’s unbeaten run to 30 matches in the Premier League and the bookies are taking few chances this week by offering a best-priced 2-9 to beat Brighton.
Liverpool have won all six of their home games this season, but it’s interesting they’ve conceded a goal in each of those games, with Norwich, Arsenal, Newcastle, Leicester, Tottenham, and Man City all scoring once.
Liverpool’s defence has also been leaking goals away from home, with Southampton, Chelsea, Manchester United, Aston Villa, and Crystal Palace also scoring just once.
Graham Potter has so far guided Brighton to mid-table safety after claiming 15 points in his first 13 games in charge of The Seagulls.
But Brighton’s only points on the road this season have come from a 3-0 win at Watford and 0-0 draw at Newcastle. They’ve lost their other four away games 4-0 at Man City, 2-0 at Chelsea, 2-1 at Aston Villa, and 3-1 at Manchester United.
Liverpool vs Brighton Head-To-Heads
As Brighton were only promoted to the Premier League two seasons ago, there have only been four previous Liverpool vs Brighton head-to-heads.
Liverpool have won all four matches, winning their first clash at the Amex Stadium 5-1 and winning the reverse fixture in the 2017/18 season 4-0. However, both games last season finished just 1-0.
But those games came with Chris Hughton in charge of Brighton and Graham Potter has since loosened the defensive reins to play more attacking football.
Mo Salah was Liverpool’s match winner in both last season’s 1-0 wins, whilst he also scored first in the previous season’s 4-0 win at Anfield.