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Aston Villa vs. Burnley 2015: Live stream, TV schedule and team news

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We've finally reached the end of the season, and we've got everything you need to watch the final-Sunday match.

Bennett Berry

Today sort of feels like an anticlimax. I mean, it's great that it does, but even three weeks ago we thought this match might be for everything. Then, Villa inched upwards and Burnley collapsed. I'm ecstatic that Villa have nothing to play for (other than table position) today, but a bit disappointed that Burnley are well and truly out of it.

But then again, maybe that's good. It's a chance to rest some players before next weekend's infinitely more important match at Wembley. Plus it'll be a great send-off to a terrible season. Since Tim Sherwood has joined the club, the atmosphere has turned entirely. Villa Park has once again become a formidable place to play (a 4-1-1 record in the last six matches there isn't bad at all) and the fans have gotten behind the club. So the noise should be jubilant and the day a fun one. That alone will make this worth watching.

If you want some pre-match entertainment, check out our preview or Jack's look at tactics. And be sure to join us in the comments below during the match!

Location: Villa Park, Birmingham, England

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

Available TV: None (UK), Esquire Network (US)

Available streaming: NBC Sports Live Extra

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

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

Aston Villa starting XI

Aston Villa subs

Burnley lineup

Burnley subs