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Bolton vs Aston Villa: Lineups, live stream info and how to follow online

Every game is the biggest game of the season from now on.

After a sluggish Villa were soundly trounced by Ian Holloway’s QPR in midweek, they’ll be looking to bounce back against Bolton this evening to keep the flickers of a 2nd place finish alive.

It only stays alive if Villa walk out with three points today - bar Cardiff, Fulham and Wolves suffering combustion.

It’s a primetime game, on TV and Villa must step up to the plate and remove the stain of defeat quickly.

Villa. Bolton. Let’s do this.

As it is a televised tie - this match will NOT BE LIVE STREAMED on AVTV, for an international audience. For future reference on AVTV, here’s all you need to know compiled by Phil Vogel. Don’t forget to get involved in the comments section below!


TV and Streaming

Bolton Wanderers v Burton Albion - Capital One Cup First Round Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images

Location: The Macron Stadium, Bolton, England

Kick-off time: 17.30 pm UK, 13.30 pm Eastern, 10.30 am Pacific

Available TV: ESPN 3 in the USA, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Football in the UK, BeIn Sports 2 in Australia.

Available video streaming: WATCHESPN in the US, Now TV or Sky Go in the UK, BeIn Connect in Australia.

Other listings are available from livesoccertv.com.

Available radio: BBC WM 95.6 FM (not online), AVTV (If audio doesn’t work, try using Safari).

Opposition blog: Lion of Vienna Suite

Podcast: Daniel and James previewed the Bolton game in this week’s Holtecast


Injuries

Aston Villa will be without Jed Steer, Jonathan Kodjia and Chris Samba. Neil Taylor, Alan Hutton and Axel Tuanzebe will also miss out, leaving Villa short of wide defensive options.

Bolton might not be able to field both Jan Kirchoff and Darren Pratley, who are doubts.

Wolves have a full strength side to choose from, with no injuries and Ruben Neves returning from injury.


Aston Villa squad

Bolton squad

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