Brighton vs Liverpool kick-off time, TV and live stream details

Could Liverpool’s injury crisis be starting to show?

After swatting aside Leicester 3-0 last weekend, Jurgen Klopp’s side were sunk 2-0 at home by Atalanta in their mid-week Champions League tie.

The Premier League champions are still without a number of key men – including Trent Alexander-Arnold, Naby Keita and Virgil van Dijk – and boss Klopp has been a vocal critic of the packed schedule.

The Reds’ boss is calling for the reintroduction of five substitutes, and is frustrated at having to field a team less than 72 hours after their Champions League defeat.

Liverpool go into the weekend level on points with Tottenham Hotspur at the top of the table, and a win tonight will put the pressure on Jose Mourinho’s men who travel to Chelsea – themselves just two points behind – on Sunday.

Striker Diogo Jota has hit the ground running since his summer arrival from Wolves, with eight goals in all competitions, and last weekend became the first man in Liverpool history to score in his first four home league games.

What time is Brighton vs Liverpool?

Fabinho playing for Liverpool
Fabinho returned to action last weekend to ease Liverpool’s injury worries

Liverpool’s trip to East Sussex is the first Premier League fixture to be played on Saturday, kicking off at 12.15pm.

Soon after they finish at Brighton, Manchester City will look to finally break out of the bottom half of the table when they take on Burnley at 3pm.

Liverpool’s Merseyside neighbours Everton host Leeds at 5.15pm, while it’s a battle of the winless at 8pm when West Brom host Sheffield United.

Brighton vs Liverpool TV channel and live stream

Jurgen Klopp being interviewed
Jurgen Klopp could see his side go top of the table on Saturday

Saturday’s first Premier League match will be on BT Sport.

BT Sport 1 will show the game from; its coverage starting at 11.30am, and that will be followed straight after by Man City vs Burnley.

Fans with subscriptions can stream the game through the BT Sport app.

The last two games on Saturday will be broadcast by Sky Sports.

Brighton vs Liverpool odds

Diogo Jota celebrates scoring
Diogo Jota has eight goals for Liverpool so far this season

Jurgen Klopp’s men are jaded. The Reds boss has been moaning about 12.30pm kick-offs, especially in away assignments after Champions League midweeks – and this is another for him to complain about.

Liverpool have won just one of four Premier League matches on their travels, were walloped 7-2 at Aston Villa – and are yet to score beyond the 73rd minute in all those matches. They have also netted the game’s final goal in just one of the four.

Brighton, meanwhile, grabbed a win at Aston Villa last time out that their statistics hinted was coming.

They sit in the top half of the Premier League for metrics such as shots (112 – 8th), touches (6106 – 10th), passes (4492 – 10th), hitting the woodwork (six – 2nd), and big chances missed (ten – 6th).

And while they are still searching for a first home win of the season (D2, L2), they have dominated possession, goal attempts and corners in three of those four games.

So an upset home win at 17/4? Brighton have conceded three or more goals in five of their last eight home matches and Liverpool are 8/13 to bounce back from Wednesday’s disappointment.

Odds courtesy of and are subject to change.


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