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

Once more, it’s do or die for Aston Villa. Tune in!

Villa have stumbled twice in a row now after beating Wolves, and Steve Bruce’s men cannot really afford to trip up once more. QPR and Bolton should have been wins, and by that ruling - so should this coming game against Hull.

However, as Aston Villa have proved - right now, you can’t accurately predict what will happen!

Still, there’s nothing like a resounding win away from home to get back on track, right?

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

Hull City v Manchester United - EFL Cup Semi-Final: Second Leg Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images

Location: KCOM Stadium, Hull, England

Kick-off time: 17.30 pm UK, 12.30 pm Eastern, 9.30 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

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).


Injuries

Aston Villa will be without Jed Steer and Chris Samba, additionaly Glenn Whelan may miss out. Jonathan Kodjia, Neil Taylor, Axel Tuanzebe and Alan Hutton are fit enough for selection.

Hull should be without Evandro, and it’d be surprising to see Moses Odubajo return to first-team action.


Aston Villa squad

Hull squad

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