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[Streaming>>>>] Aston Villa vs Sheffield United Live Broadcast 22 December 2023

Aston Villa vs Sheffield Utd live stream: How to watch Premier League game online. The two teams in the Aston Villa vs Sheffield Utd live stream could hardly be having more contrasting seasons. By the end of this match, they could be at the exact opposite ends of the table. There is a lot at stake


Unai Emery’s high-flying Villans have arguably been the team of the season. Meanwhile, the Blades are rock bottom and the return of Chris Wilder has not yet changed things. What's more, Aston Villa simply do not lose at home – they are on a record-breaking 15-match winning streak at Villa Park.

Unlike their free-scoring opponents, Sheffield Utd struggle to find the back of the net. Indeed they've scored just one-third of the goals Villa have so far. When combined with their inability to keep a clean sheet, it is easy to see why they are in their current predicament. Ollie Watkins and co. will fancy their chances of adding to their goal tally.

The Villans are without some key players though. Boubacar Kamara and Lucas Digne are both suspended, while Youri Tielemans, Leon Bailey and Pau Torres are all injury doubts. The Blades also have up to seven players absent through injury.

Shocks happen, though, and the visitors may yet get their new manager bounce. One thing you can guarantee is that the players will give it all for Wilder. Make sure you know how to watch Premier League live streams from anywhere.

Aston Villa vs Sheffield Utd live stream, Date, Time, Channels

The Aston Villa vs Sheffield Utd live stream takes place on Thursday, December 22.

Time: 8 p.m. GMT / 3 pm. ET / 12 p.m. PT / 7 a.m. AEDT (Dec. 23)

U.S. — USA via Sling TV / FuboTV

U.K. — Sky Sports

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Unai Emery has led the Villans to astonishing heights in the English top flight this season. Along with topping Group E of the Europa Conference League, Villa can go extend their unbeaten run to 10 matches in all competitions after last picking up a 2-1 win at Brentford.

Having beaten Brentford 1-0 before facing a 2-0 loss to Chelsea, the Blades will aim for only their third league win of the campaign when they take on Villa.

With Tyrone Mings, Emiliano Buendia, Bertrand Traore and Robin Olsen all sidelined through injuries, Pau Torres and Youri Tielemans remain doubts for the tie.

Boubacar Kamara has been slapped with a three-game ban following his straight red card against Brentford, while Douglas Luiz and Lucas Digne return from their own suspensions.

So Luiz should fill in for Kamara in midfield, but Digne might have lost his place to Alex Moreno at left-back.

In attack, Ollie Watkins will be partnered by either Matty Cash or Moussa Diaby, with Leon Bailey also pushing for a start.

The visitors will be without a lot of injured players namely, Chris Basham, John Egan, Tom Davies, Rhys Norrington-Davies and Rhian Brewster, while Daniel Jebbison misses out on account of illness.

On the other hand, Jack Robinson is back after serving a one-match ban and is likely to reclaim his place from Auston Trusty at centre-back.

With Oli McBurnie upfront, James McAtee, Vinicius Souza, Andre Brooks and Gustavo Hamer are all expected to be involved in support.

The West Midlanders’ home form is such that it would feel almost foolish to even ponder the possibility they could lose against the Blades this evening.

Unai Emery’s side have won 15 in a row in the league on their own patch, but take on a Sheffield United team seemingly refreshed by the return of Chris Wilder to the dugout.

Despite losing 2-0 at Chelsea last Saturday, the Blades again looked sharp on the break – but failed to take their chances.

Villa have kept clean sheets in their previous two home victories over fellow high-flyers Manchester City and Arsenal.

Tonight’s match provides the chance for the hosts to play with more freedom, but that is not always their style. A solid win, a result that would take them top of the table ahead of the Liverpool-Arsenal match tomorrow evening, is suggested.

Villa’s home run has been the more impressive because of how clinical they have been, confidently relying on themselves to score once and hold on when needed.

That was the case in the 1-0 wins over the Gunners and the Light Blues, while they also showed real spirit in recovering from being a goal down to beat Brentford 2-1 in west London last Sunday.

That victory was the fourth consecutive Villa game in all competitions to feature three or fewer goals, while that has also been the case in all three of Wilder’s matches in charge since returning to replace Paul Heckingbottom.

The Scotland international was the match-winner against Arsenal and also netted in the home league victories over Everton, Luton and Fulham, as well as in the Europa Conference League success against Zrinjski Mostar at Villa Park.

McGinn has also received six yellow cards in all competitions this season, including last time out at Villa Park in the success against the Gunners.

Boubacar Kamara’s absence through suspension means the Scot may play further infield and will not back down if the visitors look to get physical.

McGinn has committed 22 fouls in the Premier League this term, so is worthy of a look in the card markets, while his scoring form means he is also a contender to grab a goal. This price provides a happy medium.

Of course, Villa have spent a lot more than Leicester did that season but their performances have been exceptional. And everyone is expecting that to continue as they take on strugglers Sheffield United at Villa Park on Friday night.

The Blades, who were promoted from the Championship last campaign, are bottom of the league after 17 games, and they're hoping Chris Wilder can perform a miracle at Bramall Lane to keep them in the top flight.


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