Brentford vs Aston Villa TV channel, live stream and how to watch Prem…

Aston Villa are back in Premier League action when they travel to Brentford today (2pm).

Villa last played on Boxing Day when they were beaten 2-1 by Chelsea at Villa Park.

Steven Gerrard’s Villa were due to play on December 28 against Leeds United at Elland Road but that game was called off because of coronavirus problems in the hosts’ camp.

Now Villa play their final Premier League match for 13 days with an FA Cup date against Manchester United penciled in for Monday week.

Today’s game is a big one for Villa as they look to try and return to the top half of the table having fallen a few points behind their rivals after losing to Chelsea.

The match kicks off at 2pm and is being shown on Sky Sports via their Main Event and Premier League channels with coverage getting underway from 1pm.

Sky will have build-up, live coverage and reaction by their channels, which are obtainable on satellite television, by cable via Virgin Media and via the internet with Now TV and Sky’s platforms.

Domestically, Sky has viewers covered and those who are not contracted with the broadcaster can buy a Now TV pass for £9.99 that gives them 24 hour access to all Sky Sports channels.

Unlike the other Premier League games kicking off at 2pm, Villa’s game is obtainable to viewers in the United Kingdom with Gerrard’s men getting picked for broadcast over Leeds United vs Burnley and Everton vs Brighton and Hove Albion.

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For viewers oversea, they are covered by the broadcaster who has the rights for their respective regions.

beIN SPORTS are showing the game on their Xtra 2 channel in the Middle East and North Africa while DAZN are streaming the action over the internet to Canada, Spain and Japan.

Peacock Premium has the rights for the match in the United States of America while ViaPlay and ViaSat are the rights holders for Scandinavia.

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