The Reds welcome their south-coast opponents to Anfield today looking to secure their place in next season’s Champions League in a dramatic end to the campaign.
Having enjoyed a week’s break between fixtures, and coming 13 days before the Champions League final, Liverpool should be confident of a win over the already-safe Seagulls.
Brighton suffered a 3-1 defeat away to Man City on Wednesday night, with Chris Hughton making just one change from their 1-0 win over Man United last time out, and the hope is they’ve lost their focus.
That seems unlikely, but the odds should be the Reds’ favour as they bid for a place in Europe’s top tier for a second consecutive season.
Check This Is Anfield for the latest team news ahead of the match.
The match gets underway at 3pm (BST)—or 10am in New York, 7am in Los Angeles, midnight in Sydney, 6pm in Dubai and 5pm in Nairobi.
Rest of the World
Supporters can find the Reds’ top-four decider on the following channels worldwide:
beIN SPORTS CONNECT, SuperSport 4, SuperSport 4 Africa, Flow Sports App, Optus Sport, Watch ESPN Brasil, beIN Sports Connect Thailand, beIN Sports 1 Thailand, Ssports Live, BesTV, QQ Sports Live, PPTV Sport China, Sky HD, SKY Planeta Futbol, Digi Sport 3, Cosmote Sport 2 HD, LeTV Sports Hong Kong, Hotstar, beIN Sports 3 Indonesia, beIN Sports Connect Indonesia, Super Soccer TV, Sport 2, DAZN, SportsNavi Live, SPS HD, beIN Sports Connect New Zealand, beIN Sports Connect Philippines, beIN Sports 3 Premier League HD, Canal+ Sport Online, Match TV Football 1, NTV+ Sport Online, 103 (HD) mio Stadium, SuperSport Maximo 2, Movistar+, Multifutbol 1, Digiturk Play, Futbol 1, OLL.tv
Keep an eye on This Is Anfield for live coverage throughout the afternoon.