Aston Villa embark on their final away game of the season (technically) with a trip to the Riverside Stadium. Middlesbrough are on the mind and it’s the first left of the Championship play-off semi-final.
There’s almost everything to play for here, but any bad result has a small chance of redemption as the second leg at Villa Park is only a few days away.
How can you watch it? We’ve got the info below.
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Also, please note that as of the 12th of April, Aston Villa matches will no longer be available on mainstream US television. ESPN have launched ESPN +, a subscription service where they will be sticking Championship games. Read more about how that works here. Check the listings below to see if the match is on this service, or AVTV
TV and Streaming
Location: Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, England
Kick-off time: 17.15 pm UK, 12.15 pm Eastern, 9.15 am Pacific
Weather: It will be mild up north with a potential spot of rain
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USA: No traditional TV in the USA. ESPN + must be used.
UK & Ireland: Sky Sports Main Event. Sky Sports Football.
Australia: BeIn Sports 2
Rest of the World: Other listings are available from livesoccertv.com.
Available video streaming: In Australia you can grab the game on BeIn Sports Connect. In the United States you’ll need to use ESPN + to stream the game. In the UK you can watch the match on Now TV or Sky Go.
Available radio: Talksport, SiriusXM FC, BBC WM 95.6 FM (not online), AVTV (If audio doesn’t work, try using Safari).
Holtecast: James and Dani prepared for the first leg with the latest Holtecast, below.
Aston Villa will miss Axel Tuanzebe, Jed Steer and Neil Taylor for this first leg.