K24 epl match this saturday 14th Jan 2023, Brighton must win for European competition

 

Brighton VS Liverpool game on K24

The second matchup for the month of January 2023 takes place at Brighton against Liverpool. 

 

Both clubs have struggled thus far this season, and there is just one point separating them from one another.


 

In each of Brighton's most recent seven Premier League encounters, both teams have found the back of the net.


 Brighton vs Liverpool on K24 EPL Maskani predictions

There have been over 2.5 goals scored in each of Brighton's past seven matches played in the Premier League.


 

In each of their last four matches in all competitions, Brighton have netted two or more goals.


 

In each of Liverpool's last six Premier League meetings, both sides have found the back of the net.


 

The Reds' most recent 90 matches in all competitions have resulted in 79 victories and zero losses for the club.


 

In the six most recent away matches that Liverpool has played against Brighton in all competitions, the Reds have not tasted defeat once.


 

Over 2.5 goals have been scored in each of the most recent six Premier League matches that Liverpool has played in.


 

In each of their past three matches in the league, Liverpool has scored at least two goals against Brighton. 

 

K24 EPL Maskani Match tomorrow, Saturday January 14th 2023: ✓ Brighton vs Liverpool at 6 pm

Ahead of this weekend's matchup at the Amex Stadium, the Reds and the Seagulls are separated by only one point in eighth place in the Premier League standings, with the Seagulls now holding the eighth spot.


 

After Graham Potter quit as manager of Brighton, the team went through a rough patch, and new manager Roberto De Zerbi didn't win any of the first five games he was in charge.


 

Since then, on the other hand, they have gone on a tear in the English Premier League, winning four of their previous six matches. 

 

 

De Zerbi abandoned Potter's 3-4-3 formation in favour of a 4-2-3-1 formation to implement his own style of play and leave his mark on the team.

 


Since the beginning of the second half of the fourth season, the Reds have toyed with the concept of playing with a two-man midfield. 

 

They often switch to a variant of the 4-4-2 formation for a short amount of time before returning back to Jurgen Klopp's tried-and-true 4-3-3 formation.


 

Connections to players like Aurelien Tchouameni, Matheus Nunes, Jude Bellingham, Enzo Fernandez, and Caicedo appear to indicate that a double pivot will be used at Anfield in the not-too-distant future. 

 

Everyone has been successful playing in a two-man midfield. Everyone is capable of playing in the box-to-box midfield position.

 


It was early in the season that Liverpool made the transition to a 4-4-2 formation, and it was with this formation that they defeated Manchester City at Anfield.


 

In the middle of the field, Fabinho and Thiago teamed up, and their performance was sufficient to neutralise City's box midfield, which consisted of Rodri, Bernardo Silva, Kevin De Bruyne, and Ilkay Gundogan. City used this formation to their advantage.

 

 


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