Liverpool vs Brighton Premier League LIVE Football Score 08/10/2023

Liverpool vs Brighton Premier League LIVE Football Score 08/10/2023

Brighton & Hove Albion is going head to head with Liverpool starting on 8 Oct 2023 at 13:00 UTC at American Express Community’s Stadium stadium, Falmer city, England. The match is a part of the Premier League.

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Fresh from gleaning their first-ever point in European football, Brighton & Hove Albion resume Premier League duty at home to fellow Europa League challengers Liverpool at the Amex Stadium on Sunday.

The Seagulls rallied from 2-0 down to hold Marseille to a 2-2 draw in midweek, while their Merseyside counterparts concluded a troubling period by seeing off Union SG 2-0

Flashbacks to Villa Park may have been present in the minds of the travelling Brighton faithful on Thursday night, as after witnessing their side being blown to smithereens in a 6-1 embarrassment against Aston Villa, Brighton conceded 19th and 20th-minute goals to Chancel Mbemba and Jordan Veretout at the Orange Velodrome

As was the case with Brighton, Liverpool also entered the second round of Europa League fixtures reeling from a sickening Premier League result, having been on the wrong end of a horrendous officiating decision during their first defeat of the season against Tottenham Hotspur last weekend.

Two red cards, one incorrectly disallowed strike for Luis Diaz and Joel Matip’s last-gasp own goal all contributed to the Reds’ downfall in a 2-1 Lilywhites beating, and while Jurgen Klopp’s half-hearted wish for a replay owing to Darren England’s unparalleled VAR howler should not be granted, his side exorcised their domestic demons on Thursday

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Newly-appointed Olympiens head coach Gennaro Gattuso was ostensibly en route to a first win in the Marseille hotseat, but as injuries began to pile up for the hosts in the second half, Roberto De Zerbi’s men took full advantage, as Pascal Gross reduced the arrears before Joao Pedro’s clinical penalty stole a point for the Seagulls.

As valiant as Brighton’s efforts were across the channel, De Zerbi’s side are now enduring an unsightly three-game winless run heading into the visit of Liverpool, having also been dumped out of the EFL Cup by Chelsea before their West Midlands mauling last weekend

Event details:
NAME: Brighton & Hove Albion – Liverpool
DATE: 8 Oct 2023
TIME: 13:00 UTC
VENUE: American Express Community’s Stadium, Falmer, England

A sixth-placed ranking in the Premier League table – only three points behind leaders Manchester City – is still nothing to be sniffed at, but the defensive statistics are alarming for De Zerbi, whose side have already let in 20 goals in all tournaments this term, more than any other side in the English top flight.

It will therefore come as little shock to learn that the hosts have not managed to keep a single clean sheet this season, but following back-to-back triumphs over Newcastle United and Bournemouth at the Amex, the Seagulls could now win three Premier League home games on the bounce for the first time since 2019, and 11 goals scored on familiar territory is second only to Villa’s 13.

Updated: October 8, 2023 — 3:26 pm