That is according to ESPN FC presenter Adrian Healey.
Brighton head into the visit of Manchester City with very little to play for themselves.
The Seagulls have confirmed their status in the Premier League for another season.
However, everyone associated with Liverpool Football Club will be hoping Chris Hughton’s side can do them a huge favour at the Amex.
If Brighton can prevent City from winning and Liverpool beat Wolves, then the title will be heading to Anfield.
However, any win for City would mean back-to-back titles for the first time in their history.
But maybe Brighton have not had the best preparation for the game, with Healey claiming some of the squad have been spotted out earlier this week.
“I’ve got a mate who’s a Brighton fan who informs me that several of the Brighton players have been spotted out on the town for the last three nights in a row,” he said.
Former Celtic midfielder Craig Burley suggested the Brighton players had done nothing wrong after winning their battle against relegation.
“Well I’d be disappointed if they weren’t,” Burley responded to Healey’s claim.
“In the days before we were going for the title at Celtic, we were out for three days and we were going for the title, and won it by the way.
“So I’d wholly anticipate that if they’ve got nothing to play for on their behalf, they’re having a few shandies, strawberry daiquiris.
“They’ve got a duty to the rest of the league and to Liverpool. Yeah, yeah, sod that.”
Premier League commentator Ian Darke joked: “They were only drinking mineral water though.
“I think less teams are on the beach than they used to be aren’t they.
“The league is played to a finish I think now.”