Aston Villa play a rare Saturday 3pm kick off this weekend as they take on Liverpool at Anfield.
The last Premier League meeting between the two sides brought about a game that not many Villa fans will forget in a hurry.
Goals from Ollie Watkins (3), John McGinn, Ross Barkley and Jack Grealish (2), gave Villa a 7-2 win over Jurgen Klopp’s side when they visited Villa Park back in October.
Villa will however go into this game without club captain Grealish who is set to sit out the next couple of weeks after a re-occurrence of his shin injury that has kept him out of the last seven Premier League games.
Dean Smith ‘s men did come out as winners in their last match as they came from behind to record a 3-1 win over Fulham last weekend and will be looking to build on that when they visit Anfield.
Here’s how you can watch Saturday’s Premier League clash.
When does Liverpool vs Aston Villa kick-off?
Kick-off at Anfield will be at the unusually traditional time of 3pm on Saturday, April 10.
Sky Sports will be broadcasting the game live with coverage on the Main Event (with added crowd noise) and Premier League (without added crowd noise) channels with coverage getting underway at 2.30pm.
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How to stream
If you’re not a Sky Sports customer, you can stream the match on your smart TV or mobile device by purchasing a Sky Sports Day Pass from the Sky-owned Now TV service.
Day passes, giving you access to all Sky Sports content for 24 hours, cost £9.99.
Alternatively, Now is offering a ‘Sport Membership’ package for £25 per month for six months.
Sky Sports customers will be able to stream the game on their mobile devices via the Sky Go app.
How else can I follow the game?
BBC WM Sport will be providing commentary with a local flavour, while BirminghamLive will be there too. You can follow updates from our reporter Ashley Preece (@PreeceObserver) via Twitter and on the BirminghamLive website via our match blog.