Can Liverpool end their season with a win when they face Brighton? Opta reveals all.
"Liverpool have won five of their last six meetings with Brighton in all competitions (D1), netting 22 goals across these six games (3.7 per game)."
Liverpool have won five of their last six meetings with Brighton in all competitions (D1), netting 22 goals across these six games (3.7 per game). They are [1.67] to win half-time/full-time.
Brighton's last win at Anfield in any competition was in an FA Cup tie in February 1983 (2-1), losing twice and drawing once since then. The Seagulls are [18.0] to roll back the years.
The Reds are unbeaten in their last 21 home league games against promoted sides (W16 D5), since a 1- 2 loss vs Blackpool in 2010-11. Liverpool are [1.2] to win again.
If Liverpool avoid defeat, it will be the seventh time they've remained unbeaten at home across an entire top-flight campaign - more than any other side have done so. The draw is [8.0].
No side has scored fewer away Premier League goals this season than Brighton (10, same as West Brom). Liverpool are [2.0] to win to nil.
Meanwhile, only Stoke (13) are on a current longer winless away run in the Premier League than Brighton (12 - D4 L8). The draw half-time/Liverpool full-time double result is [4.7].
Mohamed Salah needs just one goal to set a new record for most Premier League goals in a 38-game season (currently 31). Salah is [1.48] to find the net.
Glenn Murray has been involved in a goal in all three of his Premier League meetings with Liverpool, scoring twice and assisting another. Murray is [5.0] to score.
Last time out against Man City, Leonardo UIloa scored his first league goal for Brighton since May 2014. Ulloa is [6.0] to find the net.
Dan Fitch 2017/18 Season P/L
Staked: 448.0 pts
Returned: 464.37 pts
P/L: +16.37 pts