Aston Villa vs Man Utd: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for Premier League clash TODAY
MANCHESTER UNITED head to Birmingham to face Aston Villa as the Red Devils look to seal a top four place.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have a Europa League final to look forward to, but still need to make certain of a Champions League place next season.
Paul Pogba was one of Manchester United’s star names in their semi-final aggregate victory over AS Roma in the Europa League[/caption]
Ollie Watkins and Aston Villa will be looking to derail Manchester United’s unbeaten run[/caption]
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One win out of five games might be enough, but two victories almost certainly would.
When is is Aston Villa vs Man Utd and what time does it kick off?
The Premier League match takes place on Sunday, May 9.
It kicks off at 2.05pm at Villa Park in Birmingham.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream the match?
Aston Villa vs Man Utd is on Sky Sports Premier League, with coverage starting at 1pm.
Sky Sports Main Event is also showing the match and they will switch to live coverage from 2pm.
You can stream the match on Now TV, with a day pass costing £9.99.
What is the team news?
Villa midfielder Morgan Sanson is injured with a knee problem picked up against Fulham last month.
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Trezeguet has a similar problem, while Jack Grealish is nearing full fitness and could make a return from the bench after a shin issue he is hoping won’t rule him out of contention for the Euros.
Manchester United have Daniel James out, while Phil Jones and Anthony Martial are still out long-term.
Solskjaer will have to assess any problems from the win in Rome on Thursday night, after complaining it would be “impossible” for his team to play six games in 17 days, which they will have to after the Liverpool game was put back.
Based in Johannesburg, Brian Derenberger is a Senior Editor at Healthy Organic Lifestyle.