Losing their last two games in all competition, The Reds are gunning for nothing else but three points next weekend as the face Brighton and Hove Albion.
The Reds Looking to Regain Winning Form
Having their unbeaten run in Premier League ended by Manchester City last weekend, The Reds now must regain their composure and get back into winning ways.
Another result aside from getting three points might not be enough for The Reds as it can affect their confidence level.
Injury problems will be the main issue for Jurgen Klopp’s men for that weekend tie, especially at the back as they have several absentees.
Dejan Lovren, Joe Gomes along with Joel Matip are won’t be available for that weekend match, forcing Klopp to do some further tinkering.
Brighton Hoping to Cause an Upset for The Reds
The home team arrived for Saturday fixture in a positive mood after going unbeaten on their last four matches.
Chris Hughton’s men will be hoping to maintain that positive run in all competition by taking advantage over Liverpool recent disappointing results.
Their success in holding Arsenal at home not long ago can be an added motivation for The Seagulls as they face Klopp’s boys.
Hughton will also be looking to take advantage over Liverpool’s defensive frailties while hoping his team’s back line can handle their opponent’s offensive trio.