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[EspN+]. Liverpool vs Aston Villa Live S-tream 2021 Premier League Soccer ON TV

April 10


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Liverpool will be visited by Aston Villa on Saturday when the two meet in the Premier League at Anfield with five points separating them and the Villans with a game in hand. Jurgen Klopp’s men have won three of their last five to turn their form around some, but they are still two points behind Chelsea in fifth as they seek a return to the European qualification spots.

The hosts have not won at home in the league since mid-December while the Birmingham-based outfit beat Fulham at home last time out after a run of four games without a win. Villa smashed Liverpool 7-2 back in October while the Reds gained a measure of revenge when COVID-19 forced Dean Smith’s men to field an entire youth academy side in the FA Cup in January and they were beaten 4-1.

Both want to qualify for Europe and need points in their respective quests and Villa will be encouraged by the fact that Fulham, Everton, Brighton and Hove Albion and Burnley have all won at Anfield this season.

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Date: Saturday, Apr. 10 | Time: 10 a.m. ET
Location: Anfield — Liverpool, England
TV: NBC Sports
Live: FuboTV (try for free)

A midweek defeat to Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League means that the home side will likely have an eye on next week’s return leg with the Spaniards as success on that front would guarantee qualification that looks unlikely in the league at present.

Wins over RB Leipzig in both legs boosted confidence within the squad but the awful form of early 2021 has not been forgotten, nor has it been totally eradicated.

Liverpool last played at Anfield over a month ago and they were beaten that day by a Fulham side that just lost at Villa Park and Klopp’s men were clearly ill at ease at their eerily quiet spiritual home.

Smith’s side are one of the most unpredictable in the league with thrashings of the likes of Liverpool and wins away at difficult teams like Leeds United balanced out by losses to Sheffield United and Burnley.

Villa have the likes of Manchester City and United coming up, as well as West Bromwich Albion and Everton, so need to start picking up points again if they want to make it to Europe as looked possible until recently.

Talismanic captain Jack Grealish has been missing since mid-February through injury and it still a few weeks away from a return that the Villans are badly in need of if they are to make a late push.

Villa to add to the list of surprise winners at Anfield with a narrow victory. Pick: Liverpool 1-2 Aston Villa.

Revenge will be on Liverpool’s minds when they welcome Aston Villa to Anfield in the Premier League this afternoon.

It is six months since the defending champions fell to a stunning 7-2 defeat at Villa Park, with Ollie Watkins netting a hat-trick and Jack Grealish scoring twice in a memorable rout.

It was Liverpool’s heaviest league defeat since 1963 and remains the lowest point of a hugely disappointing title defence under Jurgen Klopp.

The two clubs have met once more since then, though Covid-19 chaos meant that Villa had to field a team of mostly academy players for a 4-1 loss in the third round of the FA Cup back in early January.

Successive top-flight wins – including a dominant 3-0 triumph at Arsenal – have Liverpool firmly in the race to regain their top-four status, though a subsequent 3-1 first-leg defeat by Real Madrid has left them with an uphill battle in the fight to reach the Champions League semi-finals.

Meanwhile, Dean Smith’s Villa sit ninth and only five points adrift of the top six after returning from the international break with a 3-1 win over relegation-threatened Fulham.


April 10

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