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“The Reds haven’t been in good form” – Ian Rush raises concern over Liverpool ahead of Brighton trip

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“The Reds haven’t been in good form” – Ian Rush raises concern over Liverpool ahead of Brighton trip

Former Reds striker Ian Rush has admitted he is concerned over liverpools’ recent run of form.

Liverpool FC were beaten by the Serie A outfit Inter Milan in the second leg of the UEFA champions league on Tuesday night and have been struggling for goals in the last four matches, having previously been scoring for fun.

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Ian Rush raises concern and hopes Liverpool can change.

“Truth be told, Liverpool haven’t played well in their last three games, scraping past Norwich and West Ham and then losing to Inter,” he told gambling.com.

“They’ve been getting away with it and whilst it’s true that the sign of a good team is winning after playing badly, the Inter game was a reminder that you can’t do it every time.

“They have some tough fixtures coming up with Brighton away a tricky one followed by a trip to Arsenal, who are playing some top stuff at the moment.

“What concerns me about Brighton away is that it’s an early kick-off. A lot of players aren’t fans of the early kick-offs as the whole routine is different, especially if you travel on the morning of the game which means a very early start.

“It’s something all clubs have to deal with, but I’m just mindful of that with the Brighton game this Saturday being a 12.30pm start. Nonetheless, it’s a game I expect Liverpool to win, but I don’t think it’ll be plain sailing.”

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