How to watch Liverpool v Aston Villa: TV schedule, FREE Premier League live stream this week

Liverpool visit Aston Villa at Villa Park to kick off a busy catch-up week in the English Premier League on Tuesday May 10 (5/10/2022).

Liverpool FC vs. Aston Villa FC will air on USA Network and Universo (in Spanish) at 3 p.m. ET, and can be streamed live on fuboTV, Sling and other live television services. It’s one of six games scheduled for the week before regular weekend action. Three of the matches will be shown on cable TV, and the rest will be on Peacock Bounty.

Liverpool have just won a 1-1 draw with Tottenham which they would have preferred to win. The 2nd place side came out of the weekend further behind 1st place Manchester City than they used to, but that lead is still only 3 points, and they have a big opportunity to make up for it. tuesday.

Aston Villa are 11th in the league but are enjoying a two-game winning streak including their 3-1 win over Burnley on Saturday. Former Liverpool player Steven Gerrard will be looking to put a dent in his former team the first time he faces them with Aston Villa.

There are just two matchdays left in the Premier League, and the fates of these two sides are already set in stone, but the week ahead also holds exciting clashes for Tottenham and Wolves, who will both be looking to make an effort. titanic to determine their future. Here is the program.

What’s on the English Premier League TV schedule this week?

Every hour ET.

Fans with a cable subscription can tune in to NBC.com/live or NBC apps to watch games on NBC, USA Network and CNBC for free. Cord cutters can sign up for free trials of fuboTV or YouTube television to enjoy the games.

Where can I watch locally?

Wolff’s Biergarten, at 106 Montgomery St in Syracuse, will feature several games this weekend. See the full schedule of soccer games at Wolff’s at their website.

Can I bet on matches?

Mobile sports betting is now legal in New York, which means you can now bet on American and international football from your phone. We’ve compiled some of the best introductory offers to help you navigate your first bets from BetMGM, FanDuel, DraftKings, PointsBet, Caesars and Bet Rivers.

The odds according to Draft Kings:

  • Liverpool (-260) @ AstonVilla (+600)
  • Chelsea (-155) @ Leeds United (+425)
  • Norwich City (+650) @ Leicester City (-230)
  • Everton (-120) @ Watford (+330)
  • Manchester City (-370) @ Wolves (+1200)
  • Arsenal (+240) @ Tottenham (+115)

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Preview by The Associated Press

One is an American who is in his first few months in English football. Another is an interim coach unexpectedly thrust into his first high-level managerial experience. The other was not so long ago an elite player vying for the biggest trophies in the game.

The men at the helm of the three clubs – Leeds, Burnley and Everton – who are engaged in a tense fight to avoid relegation from the Premier League are a far cry from the typical managers that English sides would once fall short of in a crisis.

Like Sam Allardyce or Tony Pulis. Managers in their 60s, with decades of top-flight experience and a supposed ability to organize a defense and earn enough points to keep a team going.

Instead, the meeting rooms of struggling Premier League teams bucked the trend.

Take Burnley, for example. Less than a month ago, the club’s American ownership made the surprising decision to fire Sean Dyche, the league’s longest-serving manager and a man whose pragmatic approach has defined the team. He wasn’t replaced by someone known as a survivalist – or a “firefighter”, as they’re sometimes called – but rather Mike Jackson, who had coached the Under-23 team of Burnley for the previous nine months and had very short spells. as a manager in the lower leagues in 2014 and 2020.

Jackson changed Burnley’s style of play, with a more attacking mindset bringing three wins and a draw from five games and a chance of survival.

Then there’s Leeds, who brought in US manager Jesse Marsch in February following the difficult decision to part ways with a popular manager in Marcelo Bielsa, who brought the team back to the Premier League after an absence of 16 and, like Dyche, had established a one-size-fits-all approach that stopped working.

Marsch’s favorite style – attacking and pressing, having been part of the Red Bull project for the past seven years in roles at New York, Salzburg and Leipzig – did not seem to fit what was needed at Leeds in a likely relegation tumble.

What Marsch actually did was tighten up at the back, although a series of defensive errors contributed to a 2-1 defeat at Arsenal Sunday to knock the team into the bottom three.

Everton make up the trio of relegation-fighters separated by just one point two weeks into the season and are led by Frank Lampard, the former England midfielder whose only experience of managing the Premier League was at his former club. , Chelsea, where he lasted a year and a half before his limitations as a tactician led to him being fired.

Much like Jackson and Marsch, Lampard has eschewed the team’s previous style to deal with their current situation. Everton now take a defence-focused approach and play on the counter-attack, with three wins and one draw in their last five games – the only loss coming after a fierce display in the title race from Liverpool – exiting the team of the bottom three.

Meanwhile, a manager with a reputation for preventing teams from being relegated, Roy Hodgson, 74, could not prevent Watford from falling back into the second tier Championship after being brought on in January. Watford’s relegation was confirmed on Saturday.

Last season, Allardyce – 66 at the time – was signed by West Bromwich Albion midway through the Premier League campaign in a desperate bid to help the side avoid the drop, but he didn’t couldn’t do it. This ended Allardyce’s proud record of never knocking out an English Premier League side in 30 years as manager.

No wonder, then, that struggling clubs are changing course and choosing to be bolder with their managerial appointments.

One from Leeds, Burnley or Everton looks sure to join Watford and Norwich in the Championship, but one who can at least say his managerial change has made a positive difference. Indeed, Lampard and Marsch have said they will stay at their respective clubs no matter what in the tense days ahead.

Leeds look the most in danger, with games coming up against Chelsea on Wednesday followed by Brighton and Brentford.

Burnley only climbed out of the relegation zone on goal difference and still have to face Tottenham, Aston Villa and Newcastle.

Everton, who are coming off back-to-back wins over Chelsea and Leicester, appear to be in better shape, especially as they have a game on the way – at already relegated Watford on Wednesday. Brentford, Crystal Palace and Arsenal are his last three opponents.

Christy J. Olson