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Brighton vs Liverpool: kick-off time, channel guide and live stream details

Liverpool may already have been crowned league champions, but tonight’s late kick-off offers another chance to see their dynamic attacking style in action. Jurgen Klopp’s men are travelling to Brighton, as the Seagulls hope to upset the odds and bag some points at home. Our guide tells you everything you need to stream Brighton vs Liverpool tonight. 

The game will get underway at 8.15pm BST at the Amex Stadium.

The game is available to Sky Sports customers on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HD.

If you’re a Sky customer, but will be out and about when the game starts, you can download the Sky Go app on your mobile device and watch the game wherever you are. You will need a solid internet connection though.

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Since the restart, Brighton have two wins, one draw and just one loss, which came against in-form Manchester United. It’s impressive form from the Seagulls.

Fans of the Premier League were astounded to see Liverpool take a 4-0 hammering from Manchester City recently, but otherwise the reds still look in imperious form. Klopp’s men handed defeats to Palace and Villa, as well as picking up a point in the Merseyside derby.

Liverpool are firm favourites tonight, despite the fact that they have little to play for, having already claimed the league title.

Brighton are nine points clear of the drop zone and will be feeling relatively secure, given the poor form of some of the teams below them. However, if they could pick up a point this evening they would hit the 40 point mark – traditionally seen as the amount of points needed for Premier League safety.

Will Brighton be able to pick up a point, or even three, and ensure their place in the league next season? Or will Liverpool run riot? All the action will be live on Sky Sports this evening.

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