With the Reds consistently failing to keep clean sheets, Al Hain-Cole sees strong value in backing Potter’s men to join them among the goals
Liverpool will be keen to return to winning ways when they welcome Brighton to Anfield in Saturday’s Premier League clash.
Jurgen Klopp’s men were held to a frustrating 1-1 draw at home to Napoli in the Champions League in midweek, missing their opportunity to claim a place in the knockout stages.
Having won their last 14 home matches in the league, they are 2/11 (1.18) favourites with bet365 to maintain their grip on top spot with a victory here.
The Seagulls have lost eight of their previous 10 matches here, but are on offer at 14/1 (15.00) to come out on top here for the first time since 1982.
Just one of the last 10 encounters between the teams at this ground has resulted in a draw, but there are odds of 11/2 (6.50) available on this one finishing up in a stalemate.
Fabinho is unlikely to feature after suffering an ankle injury against Napoli, with Joel Matip also ruled out and Naby Keita doubtful.
Bernardo and Aaron Connolly are both injury doubts, while Jose Izquierdo remains a long-term absentee.
While avoiding defeat would see the Reds match their all-time record longest unbeaten run of 31 matches set in 1988, you would also have to go fairly far back to find the last time they found themselves without a clean sheet.
Indeed, the leaders have now conceded in 11 consecutive fixtures for the first time since 1998, although their prolific frontline means they have only failed to win three of those.
Having failed to find the net only once in their last six fixtures, Graham Potter’s men will fancy their chances of extending their opponent’s unwelcome run.
On current form, even money (2.00) must surely be worth backing on Liverpool seeing goals at both ends for their 12th match in succession.
All odds correct at time of publish. Please gamble responsibly.
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Both teams to score for a 1.5pt stake at evens (2.00) with bet365