Liverpool's front three have been labelled as "frightening" by Albion's leading marksman Glenn Murray.

The Seagulls will be trying to cope with Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino at Anfield today, although Mane is an injury doubt.

Murray said; "It is pretty frightening. Not even just on the domestic scene but internationally they have ripped good and very good teams apart and with ease, it seems.

"There is obviously no shame in the result we got at the Amex (lost 5-1) before Coutinho went for whatever it was.

"As a fan, it is a pleasure to watch players like that combine and that is the football you want to see, not teams sitting in to try to get a result - forward-thinking teams and high-pressing teams, it's an exciting brand of football.

"Maybe not so much on the afternoon we played them, more on their European jaunts."