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Simulator prediction and LINE-UPS Brighton vs Liverpool: Salah and Gakpo lead the attack, Elliott and Keita to play



Brighton-Liverpool line-ups announced.
XI: Steele, Webster, Welbeck, Gross, Dunk, March, Pervis Estupiñán, Mac Allister, Kaoru Mitoma, Tariq Lamptey, Evan Ferguson

Subs: Veltman, Deniz Undav, Robert Sanchez, Jeremy Sarmiento, Gilmour, Julio Enciso, Andy Moran, Jack Hinshelwood


XI: Thiago, Alisson, Salah, Robertson, Joe Gomez, Naby Keita, Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Cody Gakpo, Elliott, Stefan Bajcetic

Subs: Milner, Henderson, Matip, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Fabinho, Tsimikas, Kelleher, Darwin Núñez, Curtis Jones.

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Brighton vs Liverpool score predicted by the simulation

To complete this simulation, we used FIFA 23 and updated the squads with the latest injuries and suspensions.

We predict the Seagulls could line up in a 4-3-3, with their lineup as follows: Steele; Lamptey, Dunk, Webster, Estupinan; Caicedo, MacAllister, Gross; March, Ferguson, Mitoma. (The simulation was complete before Caicedo lost this afternoon’s game).

We expect Liverpool could line up in a 4-3-3 formation, with the line-up as follows: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Konate, Robertson; Bajetic, Henderson, Thiago; Salah, Nunez, Gakpo. Compared to the Reds’ last trip to the Amex, it was a much better start to the game, with Mohamed Salah and Cody Gakpo both testing the ‘keeper’ in the opening stages. Nunez’s energy forward has lacked in recent weeks, and it was his aggressive pressing that gave Liverpool the lead.

As Brighton moved forward, Adam Webster in possession was caught by Nunez as he attempted to turn away from the striker. Salah picked up the loose ball and fired a pass into Nunez’s path, and the Uruguayan slid his shot under the goalkeeper to put the Reds ahead.

Liverpool took the lead at the break, but Brighton got back into the game in the second half, leveling the score through Kaoru Mitoma. Moises Caicedo picked Solly March past Andrew Robertson, and his cross in the box was deflected into the net by Mitoma at the near post.

Liverpool found themselves top moments later, with substitute Naby Keita winning the battle in midfield and creating plenty of chances for Klopp’s side. Jason Steele made more impressive saves to keep the score up, but Liverpool took the lead through Salah in the 84th minute.

A change of play by Keita saw Harvey Elliott gain possession down the right, and the youngster found James Milner on the overlap breaking into the penalty area. Milner considered a cross to the back post and, unmarked, Salah volleyed into the net from a few yards to win the game for the Reds.

FIFA 23 Expected Score:

Brighton 1-2 Liverpool.

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