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The first part of my Same Game Multi is Liverpool to win the match. Whilst the midweek draw to Napoli has slightly dampened the spirits around Anfield, you can’t deny just how good they have been in the league so far. 13 games in and they’ve only dropped two points. Brighton travel to Merseyside having lost four out of 5 of their recent away games and I’m expecting nothing but a Liverpool win here.
The second selection is Sadio Mane to score anytime. The winger has been in great scoring form so far this season, netting 10 times which is more than any other Liverpool player. The 27-year-old is deadly in front of goal and given a good opportunity in the game, I fancy him to find the back of the net.
When you say Liverpool, I think goals. They’re the 3rd highest scorers in the league (30) with only Manchester City and Leicester City netting more. They’ve also recorded just two clean sheets in the Premier League so far this season, so I wouldn’t rule out Brighton getting one. 15/20 of their competitive matches have seen over 2.5 goals so far this season and I think this looks a solid selection.
The fourth and final selection is for Dale Stephens to be booked. The Brighton midfielder has been prone to be reckless in recent games. The 31-year-old has picked up a yellow card in four out of his last six appearances and will face a tough test in keeping Liverpool’s pacey attackers quiet.