Aston Villa return to Premier League action when they travel to Sheffield United on Wednesday (6pm).
Dean Smith ‘s men will be hoping to make it consecutive wins in Yorkshire after beating Leeds United 1-0 last time out at Elland Road.
Villa recorded their first win since February 6 and will now take on the top flight’s bottom side hoping to further strengthen their case for a finish in the European places at the end of the season.
United are bottom after Sunday’s 2-1 defeat to Liverpool, relegation all-but confirmed with Chris Wilder’s side 15 points adrift with 36 left to play for.
With games being played behind closed doors still, every Premier League match is being broadcast on television.
Villa’s trip to United is slated for broadcast on BT Sport 1 with coverage beginning at 5.30pm and wrapping up at 8.15pm.
BT Sport can be accessed on BT TV, Virgin Media and Sky while the platform streams on BT’s website, mobile devices through an app and games consoles too.
If not already subscribed, a monthly pass can be bought for £25.
For international viewers, the game is being shown on beIN Sports’ channel in the Middle East and North Africa while ViaPlay has the rights for the match in Scandinavia.
Speaking ahead of the game, Smith said that his side are not paying attention to their current place in the Premier League table.
Villa sit just six points off West Ham United in fourth place with two games in hand.
“We can’t afford to look at the table. We just have to concentrate on the next game,” Smith said after the Leeds game.
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“United are fighting for their lives so that is going to be a big game on Wednesday.
“We have been doing ever so well on the road. I’d like us to be a bit tidier on the ball but we had to give up some possession at Leeds, as I didn’t think it was the type of pitch where you wanted to build up slowly.”