Brighton anticipates “being overwhelmed” before playing Liverpool- “gung ho” style

A burning Liverpool is aware of how crucial a victory at Brighton would be this Saturday, but Seagulls fans are confident in their team’s chances.


Last Saturday, the Reds suffered a sad 2-1 loss at Tottenham because their nine players just couldn’t pull off a legendary draw in the midst of all the turmoil.


The team of Jurgen Klopp’s next up is a challenging-looking trip to Brighton on Sunday. Brighton has improved even more after Graham Potter was replaced by Roberto De Zerbi.


Even though no one anticipated their 6-1 thrashing at the hands of Aston Villa, they are a well-drilled team that might give Liverpool genuine problems at the Amex Stadium.


In order to learn more about De Zerbi’s genius, the crucial match-ups on Sunday, and other topics, we chatted with Brighton supporter and famous football finance specialist Kieran Maguire (@KieranMaguire) in advance of the game.


I’m not too unhappy.


Since Moises Caicedo and Alexis Mac Allister left the club over the summer, it has been difficult to replace the leadership and vigor they provided.


If I’m being completely honest, results have generally been superior to performances, but I’ll always take that over the other.


Being a risk-taker, Roberto De Zerbi is most likely at the ideal place for such a plan.


Given that he is managing on a bottom-six budget, Brighton has dropped three of their previous four games, which would be a disaster if he were at a bigger team.


Given the gung-ho nature of the game, 0-0 draws are quite rare, so I wouldn’t advise include any of our defenders in your Fantasy Football lineups.


The 3-1 triumph at Man United, where De Zerbi fielded a team for barely £17 million, flattered the opponents and is likely to be remembered as the pinnacle of his time at the organization.


Additionally, The Albion defeated Chelsea 4-1 previous season with Potter’s return to the Amex.


Kaoru Mitoma has excelled; he is an excellent dribbler and finisher who also knows when to release the ball.


Although he can occasionally be a little drowsy when tracking back, Gary Lineker wasn’t known for that aspect of his game and seemed to have a respectable career.

Simply put, no. You cannot continue to punch above your weight after losing Yves Bissouma, Marc Cucurella, Ben White, Caicedo, Mac Allister, and others in order to reach the top four.


With the distraction of European matches on a Thursday night, that is even more true.


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