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After a miserable post-Christmas slump which saw Liverpool’s only win in seven attempts come against Aston Villa’s youngsters in the FA Cup, the champions now look to be finding their form again.
Last week was a good one for Jurgen Klopp’s side as they responded to being knocked out of the FA Cup by bitter rivals Manchester United with back-to-back league wins in London.
A 3-1 triumph over Tottenham handed them their first league win and first league goals of 2021, and crucially they then followed that up with a similarly impressive triumph over an in-form West Ham side.
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The goal drought and winless run appear to have ended just in time with a mouth-watering tussle against leaders Manchester City looming on Sunday, but Klopp will know that his side cannot afford to think about that showdown until after they have come up against Brighton.
The Reds still have their home form to fix too; after winning 32 of 33 league outings at Anfield, Liverpool now find themselves without victory in any of their last three, taking just two points from games against West Bromwich Albion, Manchester United and Burnley.
The latter result saw their history-making 68-match unbeaten home league run come to an end as Burnley stunned the champions with a smash-and-grab 1-0 win, and if Brighton are able to do similar then it would be the first time Liverpool have lost consecutive league games at Anfield since September 2012.
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Indeed, Liverpool have not even scored at Anfield so far this calendar year, drawing blanks against Man United and Burnley, and they now risk going three home league games in a row without finding the back of the net for the first time since
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Only once before has that fate ever befallen a reigning Premier League champion – Manchester United in 2001-02 – but Brighton’s recent form makes it a very real possibility on Wednesday.
The Seagulls have kept clean sheets in each of their last three league outings and could keep four in a row for the first time since November, and for the first time ever in the top flight