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Aston Villa vs. Watford live stream 2015: Game time, TV schedule and how to watch online

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We've got everything you need to follow along as Aston Villa host Watford.

Bennett Berry

Aston Villa have not won at home in the Premier League in six months and nineteen days. They haven't managed a Premier League win anywhere in three months and twenty days. What I'm trying to say is that we're overdue for a win. And oh my do we need one. Villa are currently nestled in 20th, five points below 17th-placed Newcastle and four points below Sunderland and Bournemouth in 18th and 19th, respectively. A win today and a loss from those three teams would go a long ways to easing our worries.

But Watford have not been as terrible as we all expected they'd be. They're currently in 13th, and while their 2-0-3 record in their last five matches doesn't seem great, it's one that betters Villa's past five by five points. That's where our season is right now, a place in which we can say "I wish we'd just played as well as Watford" without even a trace of irony.

So hopefully Rémi Garde can work some sort of magic. In his debut at Villa Park, he got the club to hold Manchester City to a goalless draw. That sort of stout defending coupled with a modicum of scoring ability should be enough to win. So do that. Just. Do. That.

We'll have lineups below before the match kicks off, and we've also got everything you need to follow along. Once everything is underway, join us in the comments to talk about the match!

Location: Villa Park, Birmingham, England

Kick-off time: 3 PM GMT, 10 AM Eastern, 7 AM Pacific

Available TV: None

Available streaming: NBC Sports Live Extra

Available radio: Absolute Radio (UK), AVTV (subscription required), Westwood One Sports (US)

For listings in other countries, check out LiveSoccerTV.com.

Aston Villa squad

Watford starting XI

Watford subs