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Aston Villa vs Fulham: Championship Play-Off Final open match thread

Can’t make the match? Get involved with the comments here as Villa take on Fulham

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Hey! We’re here for one last time. Villa vs Fulham. It’s a big one! Tell us your thoughts and feelings about the big game below!


Hi! We’ve performed a bit of spring cleaning over at 7500 To Holte. With a focus on the community, we’ve implemented this match thread to discuss the game. So, if you’ve got something to say about the match, leave a note here! If you’ve no idea what to say, why not try these prompts on for size:

  • What are your prediction for today’s match?
  • Who is the key to the match for Aston Villa?
  • Nervous?
  • It’s a big game for you, but in your all-time list, where does it rank?

Look forward to seeing you in the comments, UTV!

TV and Streaming

Location: Wembley Stadium, London, England

Kick-off time: 17.00 pm UK, 12.00 pm Eastern, 09.00 am Pacific

Weather: It should be fairly hot - we’ll see what the sun is saying, but it’s looking to be glorious after some early rain.

Open Match Thread: Join in the comments over on our open match thread. Up soon.

Available TV:

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

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).

Twitter: You can find our live updates @7500toHolte, and we’d also recommend @VillaReport for updates as well.

Since it is a televised tie in the UK - this match will NOT feature on AVTV, for an international audience. For future reference on AVTV, here’s all you need to know compiled by Phil Vogel.


Aston Villa should be able to go into this match with no injuries.

Reading Material

The Villa Week: Short bites before Wembley

Statistical preview: Gareth reckons he knows how to beat Fulham

The big match: This one could be Villa’s biggest match in decades