So, who will Klopp pick at Anfield on Sunday?
While the Seagulls have little to play for this weekend, the hosts require a point to guarantee a top-four finish ahead of Chelsea.
"I'm fine so far with the season - but we have to make the last two steps".
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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who is now recovering from knee surgery, won Liverpool's Goal of the Season award, as voted by fans, for his thunderbolt strike against Manchester City in the Champions League at Anfield.
"I said after Chelsea - and it has been repeated by the players - that today is a cup final and it is".
Jurgen Klopp's side are without a win in their last three Premier League games - but a draw would be enough to seal a Champions League place, given their superior goal difference over Chelsea. Brighton are a solid side but I think they will be flawless opposition for Liverpool tomorrow and can't see past anything other than a routine home win. They play Real Madrid in the final of the competition for this season but will want to wrap up a place in the top 4 of the domestic points table, when they welcome Chris Hughton's Brighton to Anfield on Sunday.
But the German warned that Brighton, who have only pride to play for after securing their Premier League status, could prove unsafe opponents.
"Then, when we come home, we have another week to prepare for the game. We know it's not going to be easy". "As long as we are not 100 percent in the Champions League, this last game is the most important of the season", he said. He stated: "I was here like four years ago and a lot of people said he couldn't [have] success, that I cannot play in the Premier League, [that] it was very hard for him", Salah said. They paid just £39.5m to get the winger who has having a great time at AS Roma. "The players will not be relaxed really, there will be hopefully moments when".