How to watch the Premier League match between Aston Villa and Everton, as well as kick-off time and team news.
Aston Villa and Everton will be looking to put their Matchday One woes behind them when the pair face off at Villa Park on Sunday afternoon in the Premier League.
After a strong end to last season and some top summer additions, excitement and hopes were high at Villa Park ahead of the new season. However, the Villians faced a stark reality check as they were torn 5-1 by a ruthless Newcastle attack in their opener at St James’ Park last weekend.
The visit of the Toffees is the perfect opportunity for Unai Emery’s side to get points on the board and kick off their season against an injury-plagued Everton side who lost to Fulham last Saturday.
The Toffees actually had the best of chances to score against Fulham but failed to pounce, ultimately bemoaning a host of wasted opportunities.
Here AIM brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.
Aston Villa kick-off time vs Everton
The game between Aston Villa and Everton will be played at Villa Park on Sunday. Kick-off is at 9:00 a.m. EDT for fans in the UK.
How to Watch Aston Villa vs Everton Online – TV Channels & Live Streams
Team News and Squads
Aston Villa Team News
Aston Villa head coach Unai Emery will be forced to make at least one change to his starting line-up from the XI that started in last weekend’s heavy defeat at Newcastle United as a central defender. Tyrone Ming suffered a serious knee injury which means he will undergo a long rehabilitation process and could even miss the rest of the season.
Midfielder Emiliano Buendia out for the rest of the season due to his ACL injury, with Alexander Moreno (hamstrings) and Jacob Ramsay (metatarsal) also absent. John Duran And Bertrand Traore resumed training this week and could be back in the squad.
Villa also have announcement the signing of ancient AS Roma midfielder Nicolas Zaniolo of Turkish outfit Galatasaray on a first season-long loan deal. It remains to be seen whether he would be available for this clash against Everton this weekend.
Aston Villa possible XI: Martinez; Cash, Carlos, Torres, Worthy; Kamara, Luiz; Diaby, Tielemans, McGinn; Watkins
Everton Team News
In a big boost, Everton boss Sean Dyche has confirmed that the striker Dominic Calvert-Lewinwho missed the opening weekend of the season, is back in contention to at least make the bench for the Toffees this weekend after playing a full 90 minutes in a behind-closed-doors friendly against Manchester United in midterm. week in Carrington.
new boy Youssef Chermiti is still unaware, while Leeds Loanee Jack Harrison has a hip problem.
Dwight McNeil (ankle), Seamus Coleman (knee) and Dele Alli (groin) are all ruled out due to a respective injury issue, while Dyche suggested that Arnaut Danjuma And Vitali Mykolenko may not be involved either due to lack of fitness and a calf problem that gets in the way Andre Gomes’ recovery.
Everton’s possible eleven: Pickford; Patterson, Tarkowski, Keane, Young; Iwobi, Onana, Doucouré, Gueye, Danjuma; Maupay
Villa are unbeaten in their last eight Premier League meetings with the Toffees since returning to the Premier League in 2019, winning each of the last four on the rebound.