To get the lowdown on Albion opponents Liverpool Adam Stenning spoke to Jack Kinnersley, who is a Sports Journalist at the MailOnline:

What have you made of Liverpool's start to the season?

Two points short of perfection. Although the draw to Manchester United still hurts, you can’t really ask for much more.

Not to mention Jurgen Klopp’s side are also top of their Champions League group.

Performances have been a bit iffy here and there barring the exceptional displays against Manchester City and Burnley but that has become the norm for the Reds in the last 12 months or so.

Do you think they will win the title giving the fact they are eight points clear?

Every Liverpool fan will be cautious to answer this question. It’s been nearly 30 years since they won the top-flight after all.

The Reds were seven points clear in January last season having played the same number of games as City and still lost the title.

Now we are only in November, the answer is, it’s still far, far from over. But the fact the difference is nine over City, Liverpool fans are quietly dreaming.

Who do you see as Liverpool's biggest challengers for the title?

The fact I haven’t even mentioned Leicester yet who are ahead of City, tells you who I think the biggest challengers are for the Reds.

Brendan Rodgers’ side have started remarkably well and with no European football, this makes them strong favourites for top four but a title challenge seems a step too far.

Even though, I did keep ruling Leicester out from winning the title in the 2015-16 season so I should have learned by now not to underestimate the Foxes! But this time around the Foxes’ competition is far greater.

They are up against two sides who managed a combined total of 195 points last season.

City won their last 14 games in a row to win the league last campaign and they are more than capable of putting on a run like that again so that’s why I still see them as Liverpool’s biggest challengers.

Can you see any weakness in this Liverpool team, which Albion could expose?

You would think it’s hard to find a weakness for a team that is unbeaten in 30 league games but remarkably, Liverpool have only kept two clean sheets in the league this season.

They haven’t kept a clean sheet in all competitions since September. That is an incredible turnaround from when they had eight clean sheets this time last season.

It’s hard to explain why that is. Adrian started the season with Alisson injured and although the former West Ham keeper performed admirably he did make a few errors which Alisson may have stopped.

Klopp has persisted with Joel Matip and Dejan Lovren instead of Joe Gomez who was part of Liverpool’s incredible defensive run at the beginning of last season.

Lovren is capable of making an error at any moment and dived in on Chrstian Benteke against Crystal Palace last week which led to Wilfried Zaha’s equaliser. He lacks concentration and would be a player for Albion to target should Klopp pick him again. But that is the only real weakness they have.

The Reds have shown they can come from behind if need be and they have scored from their first shot on target in each of their last three league games, so you give them a chance that’s usually goodnight. One thing to note is Fabinho will be missing as he picked up his fifth yellow against Palace.

So Lovren won’t have arguably Liverpool’s best player in 2019 protecting him. That’s huge for Brighton.

Albion went close to getting a point against Liverpool last season, could you see them getting anything out of the game this time round?

Liverpool’s home record is well documented now. They haven’t lost a home league game for 33 months. That’s a pretty tall order for the Seagulls to get anything.

Under Chris Hughton, Brighton sat back and eventually Liverpool broke them down. Whilst parking the bus used to halt Liverpool it doesn’t really any more.

Eventually one of the front three will produce a moment of magic and put the game to bed. That’s why Graham Potter’s more adventurous style may mean they could get some joy against a bit of a leaky defence.

Will it be enough to get anything from the game, though? Unlikely. The Reds are even more ruthless and more efficient than last season and while Brighton might score unlike last campaign, keeping the Reds out will likely be too difficult.

How will Liverpool line-up?

We are at the point of the season where Klopp likes to rotate the squad and with a big Champions League tie against Napoli just three days before this game and the Merseyside derby on Wednesday, Brighton looks like a game where the Liverpool boss might be forced to ring the changes. This makes it a near impossible task to predict the line-up when it would normally be pretty simple! I am going for this: Alisson; Gomez, Lovren, Van Dijk, Robertson; Henderson, Keita, Oxlade-Chamberlain; Origi, Firmino, Salah;

What do you think the score will be?

Plenty of changes but Albion will be coming up against a midfield that is far more creative and devastating than the one they usually field.

That could mean the Reds will be more vulnerable but will unlikely be short of creativity. 3-1 to Liverpool.