Is Man Utd vs Aston Villa on TV? Channel, live stream, team news and kick-off time for Premier League match

Is Man Utd vs Aston Villa on TV? Channel, live stream, team news and kick-off time for Premier League match

MAN UTD are back at Old Trafford this week to take on Aston Villa in the Premier League.

The Red Devils are coming off their Carabao Cup loss to West Ham while Villa were also knocked out of the competition by Chelsea.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side take on Aston Villa on Saturday afternoon[/caption]

United are in good form in the league, however, beating the Hammers 2-1 at the London Stadium last week.

Villa also had success in their league clash with Everton that same weekend, beating the Toffees 3-0.

When does Man Utd vs Aston Villa kick-off?

  • Man Utd vs Aston Villa will get underway from 12.30pm UK time on Saturday, September 25.
  • The game will take place at Old Trafford in Manchester.
  • There will be a full capacity crowd in attendance at the match.

Is Man Utd vs Aston Villa on TV?

  • Unfortunately for Man Utd and Aston Villa fans, the game will not be shown on TV.
  • The match was originally scheduled to take place during the 3pm blackout, but was moved to 12.30pm, when BT Sport will be showing Chelsea’s home clash with Man City.
  • You can follow along with updates of the game right here on SunSport’s live blog.

Team news

Man Utd are still without Marcus Rashford while Edinson Cavani is still unfit and won’t be involved.

Paul Pogba, Scott McTominay and Fred are set to continue in midfield with Cristiano Ronaldo and Mason Greenwood to play up top.

Matt Targett is on the injury table for Villa with an adductor problem while John McGinn and Leon Bailey face late fitness tests.

Ashley Young could make an appearance against his former side, with Targett not in the Villa squad.

Odds

  • Man Utd – 4/11
  • Draw – 15/4
  • Aston Villa – 7/1

*Odds courtesy of Betfair and correct at time of publication.

Source: thesun.co.uk

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