Brighton boss Chris Hughton says Liverpool can challenge for title next season

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A point at Anfield, where they have not lost all season, will effectively be enough for the Reds to secure a top-four spot due to their vastly superior goal difference to fifth-placed Chelsea.

And Cantona believes that could cause a problem as Liverpool look to beat the Champions League winners of the last two season.

Mohamed Salah has declared that he is staying with Liverpool next season after enjoying a record-breaking debut season at Anfield. "It will be a hard day for us and we'll have to defend very well as a team", said Hughton. In 2014, Real Madrid defeated city rivals Atletico Madrid in the first ever Champions League final contested between two clubs from the same city. A Champions League place for next season and all that comes with it is within our grasp if we want to take it.

Fourth-placed Liverpool need to avoid defeat against Brighton on Sunday in their last Premier League match of the season to make sure that they hold off Chelsea in the battle of top-four. "But on Sunday we have to deliver again, all of us".

"I am very happy, I am very proud to win it", Salah said.

The situation is quite simple for the Merseysiders, as a home draw against Brighton will be enough to seal the final Champions League spot.

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The pressure is marginally reduced compared to when Middlesbrough arrived at Anfield last May - Liverpool only need to avoid defeat against Brighton to deny Chelsea the final qualification place. Then we will have 14 days to prepare for the final.

"We had so many tests to pass and the boys really delivered in almost all of them".

Salah, who has 31 goals in 35 Premier League games this season, has also been awarded the PFA Player of the Year and Football Writers Footballer of the Year in recent weeks.

"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".

"The season now for most of the teams in the league is a nice time but for us it is work". I read and hear about him being a wonderful role model for Egypt, North Africa, for the wider Arabic world and for Muslims.

The Liverpool faithful had to try and carry their tiring side over the line in the second half as City pressed relentlessly for an away goal that would get them back in the tie.

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