Liverpool have won their last seven meetings with Brighton in all competitions, scoring 22 goals and conceding just five. They are 1.232/9 to win again.
Brighton have lost eight of their 10 away league games against Liverpool (W1 D1), with their only victory coming in the top-flight in March 1982 (1-0). The Seagulls are 18.017/1 to roll back the years.
Liverpool are unbeaten in 30 Premier League games (W25 D5). If they avoid defeat here it would see them equal their all-time longest unbeaten run in top-flight history, when they went 31 games without defeat between May 1987-March 1988. A draw is 7.413/2.
Liverpool have won their last 13 Premier League home games, their longest such run in the competition. Indeed, only between January-December 1972 have they won more consecutive top-flight home games (21). Liverpool are 1.84/5 to win half-time/full-time.
Since winning 3-0 at Watford on the opening weekend, Brighton are winless in five Premier League away games (D1 L4), losing each of their last three. They last lost four in a row on the road in May/August 2018, the fourth game of which was at Liverpool. The draw half-time/Liverpool full-time double result is 4.47/2.
Liverpool have the biggest difference in shots on target compared to shots on target faced in the Premier League this season (45 - 81 to 36), while only Norwich (-35) have a bigger negative difference than Brighton (-25 - 43 to 68). The home side are 2.0421/20 to win to nil.
The opening goal in the last three meetings between Liverpool and Brighton in the Premier League has been scored by Liverpool's Mohamed Salah. The Reds won both meetings 1-0 last season thanks to Salah's strikes. Salah is 1.9110/11 to find the net.
Liverpool forward Sadio Mané has scored 17 goals in his last 16 Premier League games at Anfield. Indeed, since the start of last season the Senegalese has scored more home goals than any other player in the Premier League (22). Mane is 1.9110/11 to score again.
Jürgen Klopp's last home league defeat as Liverpool manager came against Sam Allardyce's Crystal Palace in April 2017. Since then, the German is unbeaten in his last 26 Premier League meetings with English managers (W22 D4), winning the last 16 in a row. Liverpool are 2.56/4 to win both halves.
There are three examples of a player creating 10+ chances for a specific teammate in the Premier League this season - two of these are Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold (13 for Roberto Firmino, 10 for Sadio Mané). The other is Kevin de Bruyne for Sergio Agüero (11). Over 3.5 goals is 2.3211/8.