Liverpool will be looking for a significant improvement in form as they return to action following the international break when they welcome Brighton to Anfield in a Saturday afternoon Premier League encounter.
Jurgen Klopp is preparing for his 389th match as Reds manager this will be his first league match in nearly a month after their games against Chelsea and Wolves were postponed.
Meanwhile, Graham Potter’s replacement, Roberto De Zirbi, leads Brighton onto the field for the first time since taking over after he joined Chelsea.
Liverpool has a big edge in this fixture in the head-to-head with the home side with 20 wins and 10 scored draws.
The Reds are undefeated in their last 22 home Premier League games in a row but Klopp’s men are without losing 66 times in their 72 most recent matches of all competitions.
Liverpool has won 3 games in a row at home in all competitions but allowed an average of 0.75 goals when playing at home in all competitions.
Brighton have claimed 5 wins suffered 20 defeat and get a single points 10 diffrent occasions.
The Seagull have a good record of 11 undefeated games of their last 12 encounters in all competitions.
Brighton have been conceding 0.71 goals on average in their games in all competitions.