Albion are playing for nearly £10 million at Liverpool today.

That is the difference the result at Anfield could make to the Seagulls' share of Premier League merit prize money - and boss Chris Hughton's budget for next season.

The cash increases by around £1.9 million for every position clubs finish higher up the table.

Albion cannot end up lower than 15th, which would earn them £11.4 million.

They could rise to as high as tenth, bumping up the financial boost to £20.9 million.

To achieve that Chris Hughton's side would have to inflict Liverpool's first home Premier League defeat of the season, which would also rob Jurgen Klopp's side of Champions League qualification if Chelsea win at Newcastle.

Albion were beaten 5-1 by Liverpool at the Amex in December.

The Merseyside giants have scored five goals against the same opponents in both league meetings on seven occasions, the last against Hughton's Norwich in 2012-13.