Three down, thirty-five to go. Villa’s first win is in the bank and now Aston Villa will head to London to take on Crystal Palace in their final game before the international break.
Here’s everything that you’re going to need about the next match. Reading lists, previews - the lot. All here.
Kick-off commences soon, and you can find out how to watch Villa vs Palace in the Premier League below. We’ve got all you need to warm you up for the match right here.
*A big thanks to Bennett Berry for creating all of our match-day images throughout the season. Give him a follow.
TV & Streaming
Location: Selhurst Park, London, England
Kick-off time: 15.00 pm UK, 10.00 am Eastern, 07.00 am Pacific
Weather: 21c in Croydon.
Open Match Thread: Join in the comments below! Predictions always welcome.
Our Podcast: You can find the Holtecast player at the bottom of the page and also on Google Podcasts/Apple Podcasts
Available TV: Not available in the UK or Ireland. Please check worldwide listings below.
Available video streaming: DAZN in Canada. NBC GOLD, & Fubo TV in the United States.
Subscribe here for DAZN (CANADA) and Fubo TV (NBC - USA).
Other worldwide listings are available from livesoccertv.com.
Available radio: 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.
Other: ESPN + carries FA Cup and Championship games in the States as well as other sports.
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Preview: Taking a closer look at Villa vs Palace
xV: Alex Carson analyses Villa’s last few matches
Podcast Preview: Cole Pettem met up with The Eagles Beak
Villa View: Match preview video below
Injuries & Suspensions
Aston Villa will miss James Chester due to a hamstring injury. Matt Targett and Jonathan Kodjia will also lose out due to injury.
Palace could be without a host of players. Mamadou Sakho and James Tomkins will miss out, while there are doubts over Martin Kelly, Patrick van Aanholt, Jeffrey Schlupp and Joel Ward
Full lineups for both teams are in the Twitter stream below - and our podcast is at the bottom of the page.