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      Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)

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      bazspeedman
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #25: Jan 08, 2019 10:25:39 pm
      Alisson

      Alexander-Arnold
      Fabinho
      Van Dijk
      Robertson

      Wijnaldum
      Henderson (c)
      Keita

      Salah
      Firmino
      Mane

      Subs:

      Mignolet
      Hoever
      Moreno
      Milner
      Shaqiri
      Sturridge
      Origi

       :kop5cf8koxp6:

      Hopefully that's the team Jürgen goes with.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #26: Jan 09, 2019 12:59:53 am
      Back to the Bread and Butter

      Win lads and let's get the ball rolling again.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #27: Jan 09, 2019 02:47:48 am
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      Migs
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      Lallana/Jones
      Shaq 
      Sturridge
      Origi

      Gut feeling says Hendo is too erratic for CB and Fabinho showed he was composed enough to play there for the time being.

      Feel like we need Keita to find his feet so he starts ahead of Shaq who annoyed me when he only decided to pull a finger out once the big boys came on against Wolves.

      3-0 win.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #28: Jan 09, 2019 09:51:20 am
      City have Wolves this week, a Wolves team that has taken points off all the “top” teams this season apart from us, a Wolves team that will be high in confidence after knocking us out of the cup so I think there is every chance they come out of that game with a point.
      As much as I hope you're right, I think City will rip them apart winning by 2 or more.

      This match with Brighton is the sternest test of our title credentials this season, in light of recent defeats.  All eyes are on us with most (non-Liverpool fans) willing us to drop points and crumble.
      Now is the time to put in a big performance and get a solid win to get our campaign firmly back on track and lay down a marker in the first of 5 must-win games.

      Despite a poor showing on Monday, I'd start with Shaq behind the front the 3, as he's always effective against the lesser (outside top-6) sides.

      Saturday can't come quickly enough!
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #29: Jan 09, 2019 10:13:01 am
      Don't care who plays, don't care what formation he sends the team out in all I care about is 3 wonderful points
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #30: Jan 09, 2019 10:16:02 am
      As much as I hope you're right, I think City will rip them apart winning by 2 or more.

      This match with Brighton is the sternest test of our title credentials this season, in light of recent defeats.  All eyes are on us with most (non-Liverpool fans) willing us to drop points and crumble.
      Now is the time to put in a big performance and get a solid win to get our campaign firmly back on track and lay down a marker in the first of 5 must-win games.

      Despite a poor showing on Monday, I'd start with Shaq behind the front the 3, as he's always effective against the lesser (outside top-6) sides.

      Saturday can't come quickly enough!
      yeah right..
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #31: Jan 09, 2019 11:31:51 am
      yeah right... What???
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #32: Jan 09, 2019 11:35:19 am
      Field strongest team possible, only one object in mind, a win and collect all three points.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #33: Jan 09, 2019 11:38:35 am
      As much as I hope you're right, I think City will rip them apart winning by 2 or more.

      This match with Brighton is the sternest test of our title credentials this season, in light of recent defeats.  All eyes are on us with most (non-Liverpool fans) willing us to drop points and crumble.
      Now is the time to put in a big performance and get a solid win to get our campaign firmly back on track and lay down a marker in the first of 5 must-win games.

      Despite a poor showing on Monday, I'd start with Shaq behind the front the 3, as he's always effective against the lesser (outside top-6) sides.

      Saturday can't come quickly enough!

      I'm not sure about Citeh v Wolves, it depends a bit on what team Pep goes with tonight, I suspect he'll play quite a strong team tonight to put the tie to bed, that is one extra game for the main players and Wolves are more than capable of harassing the hell out of Citeh who will have 2 extra days rest before the match. I still see Citeh as being a bit vulnerable at the back so if a team has a go at them, which Wolves will, then they are beatable.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #34: Jan 09, 2019 11:40:15 am
      You posted that Brighton are the sternest test so far. That's clearly not true. Wolves are a good team and we fielded junk players, Mignolet and Moreno.
      FA cup was like a pre season game for us, so how is Brighton a sternest test so far?

      People act like we have our tails between our legs or something.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #35: Jan 09, 2019 11:48:50 am
      You posted that Brighton are the sternest test so far. That's clearly not true. Wolves are a good team and we fielded junk players, Mignolet and Moreno.
      FA cup was like a pre season game for us, so how is Brighton a sternest test so far?

      People act like we have our tails between our legs or something.

      I agree, Citeh was obviously the toughest match and a match we could have easily drawn or even won with a bit more luck on our side.

      If we have ambitions of winning the league then we really should be able to beat a Brighton side which has been a bit hot and cold recently. If our players are fired up for it, and there is no excuse not to be, then we win. The good thing is that the majority of the players should be fully rested now and rearing to go.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #36: Jan 09, 2019 12:39:28 pm
      You posted that Brighton are the sternest test so far. That's clearly not true. Wolves are a good team and we fielded junk players, Mignolet and Moreno.
      FA cup was like a pre season game for us, so how is Brighton a sternest test so far?

      People act like we have our tails between our legs or something.
      Because we've just our first league game of the season (albeit lost to City), followed by another defeat (weakened team, etc.).  It's a stern test because we HAVE to win to get back on track.  There's pressure on to see how we react to the defeat/s.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #37: Jan 09, 2019 01:17:07 pm
      Right now is must be safety first and put Fab at centre back.  This game is a must win.

      YNWA
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #38: Jan 09, 2019 01:28:24 pm
      Had a dream we drew 5-5, after coming back from 5-2 down.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #39: Jan 09, 2019 01:35:05 pm
      Sad thing bitters and scum bend over city let them win, so that two games city going win l feel like going have win most games we can afford lose two at most but l think we fell short again we fhish second we still need 3 or 4 top players in team makes us premier league winners think if don't win these year league think next year last chance because boss and couple best players salah and mane move on Barcelona or real Madrid even boss msy feel he can't bring team any further winning league is very important for club in lots ways these year or next
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #40: Jan 09, 2019 01:42:27 pm
      Because we've just our first league game of the season (albeit lost to City), followed by another defeat (weakened team, etc.).  It's a stern test because we HAVE to win to get back on track.  There's pressure on to see how we react to the defeat/s.

      So you don't rank how stern a game is by the quality of the opposition, just by the timing, ok interesting, not sure I agree but it may well be a slight factor.
      Having said that the FA Cup defeat will have zero effect on the team, nor should the Citeh game which was a very narrow defeat to a superb team who were super motivated, almost desperate to win.

      I fully expect the team to come out all guns blazing against Brighton, get a good solid result and send a message to Spurs and Citeh that normal service is resumed, we aren't going anywhere!
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #41: Jan 09, 2019 01:43:53 pm
      Had a dream we drew 5-5, after coming back from 5-2 down.

      Have Brighton ever scored 5 goals in a game??

      I honestly think that if we can get a nice early goal we walk this and improve our GD.

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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #42: Jan 09, 2019 03:12:47 pm
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #43: Jan 09, 2019 03:14:27 pm

      Make it 4222 and I reckon that's bang on.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #44: Jan 09, 2019 04:07:01 pm
      Make it 4222 and I reckon that's bang on.
      The 4222 bangs on a lot, it is the most banging formation.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #45: Jan 09, 2019 05:22:10 pm
      Nervous for this one
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #46: Jan 09, 2019 05:35:43 pm
      Make it 4222 and I reckon that's bang on.

      Our line-up is fluid with those players so no worries!
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #47: Jan 09, 2019 06:32:55 pm
      Back to work.

      While they sleep, we grind. Another opportunity to go 7 points clear before City play on Monday.

      The condundrum of who plays centre back, I'll bet that Henderson won't, instead it'll be Fabinho and VVD. Wouldn't risk Ki-Jana against Brighton personally, unless Klopp makes the call to throw him in. He was class against Wolves, though.

      Mind games have already started from Brighton. Let's not f**k about and bang a few in early, momentum back in our favour with all the pressure on City again.

      Whispering in their ears "4 points.... 4 points... 7 points clear." 👂
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #48: Jan 09, 2019 06:36:50 pm
      Back to work.

      While they sleep, we grind. Another opportunity to go 7 points clear before City play on Monday.

      The condundrum of who plays centre back, I'll bet that Henderson won't, instead it'll be Fabinho and VVD. Wouldn't risk Ki-Jana against Brighton personally, unless Klopp makes the call to throw him in. He was class against Wolves, though.

      Mind games have already started from Brighton. Let's not f**k about and bang a few in early, momentum back in our favour with all the pressure on City again.

      Whispering in their ears "4 points.... 4 points... 7 points clear." 👂


      What mind games ?
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      Re: Pre-Match: Brighton V Liverpool (12/01/19 - 15:00)
      Reply #49: Jan 09, 2019 06:58:55 pm

      Just found the source, mid-afternoon Twitter scrolling in work and it's an article from This is Anfield.

      Apologies.

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