Klopp calls for focus as Liverpool face nervy end to season

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For that reason, Chelsea are not the only team at St James' Park with something to play for on Sunday, and the Blues would be unwise to suppose three points are a given on their final outing of the 2017-18 season.

While the Seagulls have little to play for this weekend, the hosts require a point to guarantee a top-four finish ahead of Chelsea. If someone said to me, 'On the last day of the season you will have it in your own hands, ' I would have said, 'OK, I will take that'. But I have no problem concentrating on Brighton.

But a shock Brighton win could leave Klopp's side having to beat Real Madrid in Kiev on May 26 to dine at Europe's top table again next season. It's the situation we have created in a very, very good way.

Stevie Nicol and Craig Burley are confident Liverpool will get at least a point versus Brighton to secure Champions League football next season.

Jurgen Klopp has urged Liverpool's players to hold their nerve and show why they are the team most deserving of the final Champions League place. The Reds have won the last four meetings against Brighton including a 5-1 drubbing in December so the hosts look a good thing but there are alternative ways of attempting to extract some value by backing Liverpool.

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"I would prefer Mo went to bed early and watched a movie", Klopp said at a press conference on Friday. Brighton are a solid side but I think they will be ideal opposition for Liverpool tomorrow and can't see past anything other than a routine home win.

"It's hard with all the challenges he has, I know for the journalists it's important, but last night to go to London for a party it's not good".

They will have to field their strongest XI and will also have to hope that none of their first team stars pick up any injuries that might affect their chances in the UCL final later this month. 'If we don't do it and Chelsea get the spot then they deserve it.

Salah has scored 43 goals in 50 games this season during a remarkable debut campaign with the Reds that has already earned him the PFA Player of the Year and Footballer of the Year accolades.

And Klopp delivered his tribute via video link: "I read and hear about him being a wonderful role model for Egypt - North Africa - for the wider Arabic world and for Muslims".

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