What channel is Liverpool vs Aston Villa? TV and live stream info for Premier League match

Liverpool will be looking to bounce back from the 4-0 defeat at Manchester City in their first game as champions. The Reds take on 19th-placed Aston Villa, who are still looking for their first win since the Premier League’s restart.

When does Liverpool vs Aston Villa kick-off?

The Premier League clash gets underway at 4.30pm on Sunday, July 5.

What TV channel is Liverpool vs Aston Villa on?

The match will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League throughout the UK.


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Can I live stream Liverpool vs Aston Villa?

Existing customers can stream the action using the Sky Go app, which is available to download across mobiles, tablets, computers and games consoles.

However, there is also a way for non-subscription holders to watch the game.

Fans can purchase Sky Sports passes through NOW TV, which will provide access to Premier League coverage.

A daily pass costs £9.99, while a monthly pass is available for £33.99.


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What has been said?

Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp: “If someone said the result didn’t matter for my team, I cannot help them.

“Yes results matter a lot. I am not only looking for results but we want to win football games.

“That is the reason we work in the training ground, go to away games and play home games.”

Aston Villa manager Dean Smith: “You saw Brighton win in the last minute against Arsenal and West Ham win in the last minute against Chelsea.

“It didn’t escape me that West Ham’s stats were pretty similar to ours against Chelsea but they managed to stick the ball in the net a couple of times.

“We can take great heart from that, knowing you can go and beat these big teams.

“I think it’s a good time (to play Liverpool) when they’ve won the league, certainly. Probably having no fans in the stadium will help as well, I think people are starting to get used to that, but they’re an exceptional team.

“To have won the league with as many points clear of a team as good Man City shows what an exceptional season they’ve had.”

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