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Liverpool is facing a two-match suspension prior to their encounter against Manchester United due to their actions against Brighton.


Live updates and commentary broadcast of the Liverpool vs Brighton Premier League match at Anfield.









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Revised at 11:31 AM on March 31, 2024


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Liverpool will be playing against Brighton.


Liverpool will be playing against Brighton.


Liverpool will resume their participation in the Premier League by facing Brighton and Hove Albion at Anfield on Easter Sunday.





If the Reds win, they will temporarily take the top position in the table and exert pressure on its Premier League title contenders, Man City and Arsenal, who will face one other at the Etihad Stadium later on Sunday.





The Reds will benefit from the reintegration of multiple players following the international break, notably Ibrahima Konate, Ryan Gravenberch, and Curtis Jones, all of whom resumed training on Friday in preparation for the next match.





Alisson Becker, Diogo Jota, and Trent Alexander-Arnold are among the players that are now unable to compete in the match.





Paul Gorst, Ian Doyle, and Theo Squires will be present at Anfield to provide real-time updates from the match, along with team news and game commentary.





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11:31 – Stephen Killen


Looking ahead to the next season: Who will succeed Jurgen Klopp as the manager of Liverpool?


Who is Xabi Alonso? Who is Roberto De Zerbi? Who is Ruben Amorim? Is Jurgen Klopp considering reversing his decision and choosing to remain?





Currently, it is the question worth a significant amount of money, whether it be in pounds, dollars, or euros.





Alonso has reaffirmed that he will remain in Leverkusen, as Bayer appears poised to break Bayern Munich’s dominance at the top. They now enjoy a comfortable 13-point lead.





11:12 – Stephen Killen


What have we overlooked?


A duration of fourteen days. A fortnight. Regardless of the number of hours spent regretting that loss at Old Trafford.





Last weekend, Liverpool legends provided a temporary relief and offered some enjoyable moments at Anfield. However, it is now time to focus on the main event, the Premier League.





Significant events have occurred over the international break, and as expected, there are additional unexpected injury worries. Andy Robertson will be absent for the Seagulls’ match due to an ankle injury sustained during Scotland’s recent loss to Northern Ireland. If you’re wondering, the competition in which this occurred was… There was no significant event, it was a nice encounter.





According to Jurgen Klopp, both Darwin Nunez and Ibrahima Konate are in good physical condition. Konate had missed a few games due to being taken off as a precaution against Sparta Prague in the first-leg of the Europa League.





Curtis Jones, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Diogo Jota have all recently resumed training, but it appears that their return may be premature.





On Friday, the German made the following statement.





“Darwin is in good health.” He underwent rehabilitation sessions on weekdays. He had partial training on the first day and has been undergoing full training ever since.





“Robbo, we approach it with a day-to-day mindset.” We shall observe. Will not engage in training today, but the situation is not as severe. That is acceptable.





“Curtis,” I am uncertain about his availability. However, I shall be undergoing training. Ibou served as an additional day of relaxation, with no other purpose.





“The other boys will gradually progress starting next week.” I anticipate that they will participate in some segments of team training, followed by the entirety of the team training session. This will allow us to assess and determine our course of action accordingly.





“They are in close proximity, but not yet present.” None of them had reached the stage of team training yet, but they are all progressing and showing promising signs.


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