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Liverpool 4, Brighton 0: Live Updates, Lineups, TV Listings, Match Highlights, and How to Watch Online

Liverpool need just a point to stay in the Champions League next year, but a couple more than that would be a nice way to end the season.

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| Sunday, May 13th |
Premier League | Anfield
5:30PM GMT/12:30PM EST

In true Liverpool fashion, despite every clear effort to be better this year, the Reds are in a do or die position to finish in the coveted top four tier of the league. While they did well to maintain a spot throughout the season, a couple of draws and a loss towards the end did enough to trip up our efforts. Thankfully, Brighton have already secured their position in the Premier League for next season, so the hopes are that they won’t be trying too hard to trip us up. Liverpool only need one point to secure Champions League football next year, thanks also to Spurs and Chelsea slip ups, so this might even be an easy afternoon for all involved - despite the assertion that it’s the “first final” that they participate in before the big show in Kiev.


Full Preview: Liverpool vs. Brighton

Television: Sky Sports Main Event (UK); NBC (USA); Optus Sport (Australia); TSN GO (Canada); Hotstar (India); Astro SuperSport (Malaysia); SuperSport 3 Africa (Nigeria); 103 mio Stadium (Singapore); SuperSport 3 (South Africa); other listings at LiveSoccerTV

Online Streaming: SKY GO Extra (UK); NBC Sports Live Extra (USA) | Online Radio: LFCTV GO and TalkSport Radio World (International)


Starting XI: Teamsheets released one hour prior to kickoff.

Bench: Teamsheets released one hour prior to kickoff.


Starting XI: Teamsheets released one hour prior to kickoff.

Bench: Teamsheets released one hour prior to kickoff.


GOAL 25’ SALAH: Dominic Solanke slides in a cute ball and Salah puts in a nice finish.

GOAL 39’ LOVREN: the Croatian centre back gets his head on the end of the cross to make it 2-0 to Liverpool.


GOAL 52’ SOLANKE: an assist from Salah lets Dominic Solanke smash home his first goal for Liverpool.

GOAL 84’ ROBERTSON: a Brighton mistake lets Robertson slot home his first goal for Liverpool.


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