Liverpool received a major boost in their bid to finish in the top four this season as Chelsea failed to win against Huddersfield at Stamford Bridge last night.
Going into the final day of the PL campaign, Liverpool are two points above Chelsea and are also ahead on goal difference by 15 goals. Therefore, a point vs Brighton should be enough to earn Champions League qualification for next season.
Jurgen Klopp has got to focus on the upcoming Champions League final vs Real Madrid as well but we can expect the German boss to start his strongest side against Brighton, who lost their last league game against Manchester City.
Mohamed Salah has failed to score in his last few games and still needs one goal to break the PL record for most goals scored in a 38 game season. The Egyptian international should start with the likes of Mane and Firmino in the attack.
With Oxlade-Chamberlain and Can out injured, the likes of Wijnaldum, Henderson and Milner should start in the central midfield.
As far as the back line is concerned, Robertson, Alexander-Arnold, Lovren and Van Dijk will likely start. Here is Liverpool’s strongest possible 4-3-3 XI vs Brighton.