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Sport Liverpool – Aston Villa: How to watch, start time, stream, odds, prediction

06:55  08 april  2021
06:55  08 april  2021 Source:   nbcsports.com

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Liverpool’s shutout streak was clipped by Real Madrid, and now the Reds are set to face an Aston Villa team that hung seven goals on them earlier this season (start time 10:30am ET on NBCSN and online via NBCSports.com).

Villa came back from an early deficit to beat Fulham 3-1 last week and are now five points back of the sixth-place Spurs and seventh-place Liverpool with a match-in-hand on both.

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With Liverpool across the field and Tottenham facing second-place Manchester United, a win could have them closing ground on both.

Villa is desperate to keep its European hopes in order but its run-in is brutal; Man City is next and there’s a pair of matches with Everton on the docket. Manchester United, Tottenham, and Chelsea are also still to come this season.

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Liverpool knows this is a chance to climb nearer to the top four, with the Spurs-United match joined by West Ham-Leicester.

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Liverpool

OUT: Virgil van Dijk (knee – out for season), Joel Matip (ankle – out for season), Joe Gomez (knee – out for season), Jordan Henderson (adductor), Divock Origi (undisclosed), Caoimhin Kelleher (abdomen)

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Aston Villa

QUESTIONABLE: Wesley (knee), Jack Grealish (fitness).

Odds and ends (full odds provided by our partner, PointsBet)

Liverpool (-200) | Aston Villa (+500) | Draw (+325)

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Prediction

The Reds won’t flub two-straight starts, not at this point in the season. But Jack Grealish is the X-factor, so Villa will like its chances if he’s able to go — That’s a big if. With Liverpool also hoping to make amends for that 7-2, we’ll bet on Jurgen Klopp and Co. Liverpool 3-1 Villa.

How to watch Liverpool – Aston Villa start time, stream link

Kickoff: 10am ET Saturday

TV Channel: NBCN

Online: Stream via NBCSports.com

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Liverpool vs. Aston Villa score: Alexander-Arnold and Salah rescue crucial late victory for Klopp's side .
Winners and losers from Liverpool's comeback victoryOllie Watkins opened the scoring for the visitors on 43 minutes after being teed up by John McGinn and Roberto Firmino thought he had equalized on the stroke of half time only to be ruled offside. Mo Salah did eventually level for Jurgen Klopp's men after 57 minutes and Trent Alexander-Arnold made sure of the points with a superb late effort.

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