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Aston Villa vs Arsenal kick-off time, TV and live stream information


Arsenal return to Premier League action on Tuesday evening off the back of a memorable 2-0 FA Cup-semi-final win over Manchester City.

Saturday’s victory was the high point in Mikel Arteta’s reign as Arsenal boss so far, with a brace from talisman Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s proving the difference.

They now go to Aston Villa, and both sides need a win.

The Gunners currently sit 10th in the table and will need all three points in their quest for Europa League football next season.

For their hosts, victory would pull them level on points with 17th-placed Watford as the battle to avoid relegation to the Championship continues. Defeat would leave their hopes of Premier League survival hanging by a thread.

What time is Aston Villa vs Arsenal?

Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, right, in action against Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-final
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is still in with a chance of securing this season’s Premier League Golden Boot

Arsenal’s visit to Villa Park is the second of two Premier League games being played on Tuesday night, kicking off at 8.15pm.

Earlier on in the evening, Man City go to Aston Villa’s relegation rivals Watford – who sacked manager Nigel Pearson on Sunday, with that match starting at 6pm.

It means that by the time Villa kick off, they’ll know what they need to do to stand a chance of survival.

Aston Villa vs Arsenal TV channel and live stream

Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish
Jack Grealish and Aston Villa have just one win in their last 12 league games

Villa’s must-win game against Arsenal is being shown on Sky Sports.

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Main Event and Premier League channels will be showing the game, with and without added crowd noise respectively.

The game will not be free-to-air, so fans will need to pay to watch it on TV or to stream it through Sky Go or Now TV.

The 6pm clash at Vicarage Road between Watford and Man City is also on Sky, and is on free-to-air on Pick.

Odds

Alexandre Lacazette has scored in Arsenal's last two league games
Alexandre Lacazette has scored in Arsenal’s last two league games

Just 72 hours after running round Wembley with a famous Cup scalp, The Gunners go to an Aston Villa team absolutely desperate for three points.

thepools.com go 9/4 that they get them and that’s a great price – with Arsenal short at 23/20 to reproduce the heroic intensity they showed against Manchester City, just three days later.

The country’s oldest football betting platform has an offer which means you can’t lose. Bet £5 on Villa (or any other market you fancy) and if it loses you get another £10 bet free!

Odds courtesy of thepools.com.





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