How to watch Aston Villa vs Liverpool in US and UK - TV channel, live stream, early team news

Trent Alexander-Arnold battles with John McGinn during Liverpool's 3-0 win over Aston Villa at Anfield
Liverpool beat Aston Villa 3-0 at Anfield earlier in the season -Credit:Getty Images

Liverpool makes the trip to Aston Villa in its penultimate game of the season, and Jürgen Klopp’s last away game as manager.

The Reds will be aiming to pick up where they left off, having put a difficult April behind them by returning to winning ways against Tottenham last weekend. As they enter Klopp’s final week in charge, they’ll be eager to give their influential manager a winning send-off on the road.

Villa though has its own aspirations, and a win this evening could see Unai Emery’s side secure a place alongside Liverpool in next season’s Champions League.

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Here, has picked out all of the information that you need to know, including the kick-off time, TV details, highlights and early team news. We'll start with kick-off details for the UK and US.

What time is kick-off?

The match kicks off at 8pm in the UK, which is 12pm Pacific Time and 3pm Eastern Time. It is set to be played at Villa Park.

The game will mark Jürgen Klopp's final away match in charge of Liverpool. His final outing is now just a matter of days away, with the Reds facing Wolves at Anfield on Sunday.

Is the match on TV?

Yes, as usual for a Monday night game, fans on both sides of the Atlantic will be able to watch today's match live on TV. In the UK, Aston Villa vs Liverpool will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, with coverage scheduled to get underway at 6:30pm as part of Monday Night Football.

US viewers can watch all the action on the USA Network. The game can also be streamed on Fubo.

How else can I follow the game?

The team will keep you updated with all the developments, as well as all the news and reaction after the game. There isn't much more than pride on the line for the Reds this evening.

Wins for Manchester City and Arsenal at the weekend extinguished any faint title hopes that remained for Liverpool, and it now can't finish any higher or lower than third in the Premier League. Villa though can secure a place in next season's Champions League if they win tonight.

Where can I catch the highlights?

Liverpool will make highlights available on LFCTV Go as well as its other official club channels. The goals will also be shared online alongside key moments in the match.

You can follow all the updates and read the analysis on and you can also follow along live on our social channels including on Twitter and Facebook, and catch the post-match press conferences on the Blood Red YouTube channel.

Early team news

Andy Robertson could be a doubt for Liverpool this evening. The left-back wasn't seen in training last week, and Klopp may have to make a late decision on his inclusion.

Diogo Jota was another notable absentee from training pictures, and looks set to miss out again. The Portuguese may face a race to be fit for Sunday's finale against Wolves.

Long-term absentees Joël Matip, Thiago Alcântara and Ben Doak remain on the sidelines, although the former has stepped up his recovery recently. Bobby Clark also misses out, having confirmed he will miss the remainder of the season through injury.

Villa will be without Boubacar Kamara, Tyrone Mings, Jacob Ramsey, Emi Buendia and Nicolo Zaniolo this evening, while Morgan Rogers could also miss out. Youri Tielemans is a doubt after picking up a groin injury against Chelsea, although Alex Moreno could make a return.