Well, this goes up before Norwich and Sunderland are done playing. So let's do two introductions:
Read this if Norwich lose:
We still have hope! If Aston Villa can beat Manchester United in a league match for only the fourth time since the beginning of the Premier League we'll keep having a chance. All it takes is a win today. And then four more wins. And four more Norwich losses. And some bad results for Sunderland. AND THEN VILLA WILL BE SAFE!
Or, Villa could lose. Or draw. And it could all be over. And it all starts now.
Below you'll find all of the information you need to see either the beginning of Aston Villa's epic comeback or to be present at the funeral for a friend.
Read this if Norwich draw or win: Well then. It's over. Now we're just going through the motions and trying to stave off anarchy and apathy. This is where I'd normally say "it's been fun" but we all know that would be a lie. It has been anything but fun this season. But we've got five matches left. And while the temptation is there to ignore this team, you should probably watch while you still can. Video coverage of the Championship is not great. So tune in. We've got everything you need to do so right below here.
Location: Old Trafford, Manchester, England
Kick-off time: 3 PM BST, 10 AM Eastern, 7 AM Pacific
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Available TV: NBCSN (US), NBC Universo (US)
Available streaming: NBC Sports Live Extra
Available radio: BBC WM 95.6 FM (UK), AVTV (subscription required), Westwood One Sports (US)
For listings in other countries, check out LiveSoccerTV.com.
Aston Villa starting XI
Aston Villa subs
Manchester United squad