Aston Villa vs Liverpool Live streaming Epl tv Update
Liverpool travel to the home of Steven Gerrard's Aston Villa tonight, Tuesday May 10, looking to get back to winning ways following Saturday's 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur.
The dropped points against Antonio Conte's side furthered the improbability of the quadruple. The disappointment was also further compounded by Manchester City's emphatic home victory over Newcastle United on Sunday - a win that puts The Citizens three points clear at the top of the Premier League, and now with a superior goal difference.
The Reds can be encouraged by their recent record at Villa Park having won seven of their last eight meetings there. The one defeat they suffered came in spectacular fashion, however, with The Villans' 7-2 victory during the early stages of last season.
How to watch Aston Villa vs Liverpool on UK TV
Liverpool's trip to Villa Park will be broadcast live on Sky Sport Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League. Build-up to the game gets underway at 7pm with kick-off at 8pm.
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Where to live stream Aston Villa vs Liverpool online
Sky Sports subscribers will be able to stream events from Villa Park online using either the Sky Go or the dedicated Sky Sports app. The Sky Go app is available to download on mobile and tablet and is accessible using your Sky login. The Sky Sports app is available on desktop.
Roberto Firmino is likely to be involved for Liverpool. The Brazilian returned to first-team training ahead of the game against Spurs but wasn't involved in the matchday squad.
Klopp may have one eye on the FA Cup final against Chelsea with those recently on the periphery of the starting eleven potentially in line for starts.
Steven Gerrard rested Phillipe Coutinho for their victory over Burnley on Saturday but may return to the team. Kortney Hause and Leon Bailey will face late fitness tests.
Liverpool's Premier League title hopes are on the line on Tuesday when the Reds visit Aston Villa. Anything but a win will all but hand the trophy over to Manchester City, who enter the day leading Liverpool by three points with three games to go. The pressure is on the Reds after stumbling against Tottenham last weekend, while Aston Villa are coming off a strong 3-1 win at Burnley. Here's our storylines, how you can watch the match and more:
Aston Villa: One more yellow for Tyrone Mings will result in a suspension. Villa are currently in 11th place and looking for a top-half finish. They may be able to do it if they can take just a point from this game, but they must first focus on defense. They have recorded two clean sheets in their last three games and riding a bit of momentum. Stopping Liverpool, or even containing them, would be quite the accomplish as they look to finish the season strong.
Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp has to decide how exactly to approach this game with the big FA Cup final against Chelsea set for Saturday. They aren't out of the title race, but they know the draw against Tottenham last time out really hurt their chances. Still, I would suspect a full-strength squad across the next two games, and then if the title appears out of reach, Klopp may opt to focus on getting everybody fit ahead of the Champions League final.