Liverpool vs Brighton Live Stream: Brighton & Hove Albion will host Liverpool on Wednesday at Amex Stadium in a Premier League Round 34 game. Having already clinched the Premier League title, Liverpool seeks to further its pursuit of the competition’s record points total for a single season. Brighton is in 15th place in the Premier League standings, and a positive result against Liverpool might go a long way toward saving the Seagulls from relegation.
LIVERPOOL are making the long trip to Brighton for a match between two sides who can generally be very pleased with their exploits since the restart. Despite a hammering at Man City, Liverpool got over the line with a minimum of fuss to record their first title triumph in 30 years and are now looking for four wins from their last five games to set the all-time points record.
Liverpool is on the path to creating even more history in the Premier League today when they take on Brighton & Hove Albion at the Amex Stadium. The Reds have the opportunity to accumulate the most points, wins, and biggest winning margin in Premier League history.
Of course, Jurgen Klopp is insisting that this record means very little to him and his club, it will be interesting to see what the Champions can do in their last five games.
Liverpool has struggled on the road this year, you’d have to go back to February 15th to see a win that also recorded a goal. They have lost four of their last five on the road and even though Brighton is in fifteenth place doesn’t mean that Klopp’s squad isn’t preparing for them. While we wait for the team news, here’s a story about Adam Lallana.
Adam Lallana will not play for Liverpool again as the club honour an agreement with the out-of-contract midfielder not to put him at risk of injury. The 32-year-old signed a short-term deal to tie him over until the end of this extended campaign but it was always the intention for him to leave this summer.
And while Lallana is available to play should he be needed, manager Jurgen Klopp respects the player enough to not jeopardise his next move. “It is clear Adam will leave the club in the summer,” said the Reds boss. “But now we have a difficult situation, but I will respect Adam a lot. And everything with Adam is sorted, let me say it like this.
“He is so fit, he is training, everything is fine. But yes, the future is his future, and if we need his help on the pitch we can get it. He is there. “He trains 100 per cent but as long as we don’t need it, he will just train. That is the normal thing. “I think there were a lot of discussions about players without contracts, with him there was not even a discussion.
“It was clear Adam would extend his contract and he wants to do that as well, but he will not put any risk on his future or whatever. That is absolutely clear. “For now, if you ask me about it, I miss already everything about him. He is one of the most influential players on the training quality I have ever had in my life. He is an incredible professional.
“So he is one of the most important players of the time since I am here so I wish him only the best for the future. “From my point of view he is already a legend here, so he can become a legend somewhere else from next season on.