Aston Villa vs Everton TV channel and live stream: How to watch Premier League fixture | Football | Sport
James Chester remains sidelined for Aston Villa but Kourtney Hause is fit to play.
Jonathan Kodjia has returned to training but the clash with Everton will come too soon.
The Toffees, meanwhile, have Leighton Baines back in contention.
Full-back Lucas Digne also appears to have recovered from a strain picked up in the win over Watford last weekend.
What have the managers said?
Villa boss Dean Smith: “Their defensive organisation has been very good. I’ve been impressed by what I’ve seen so far in their two games against Crystal Palace and Watford.
“They’ve not been free-scorers either, just the one goal in the two games, but they’ve not conceded so it’s going to be tough for us to open them up.”
Everton manager Marco Silva: “The two results [Villa] achieved when you analyse the matches, they were close to getting a good result. I think they deserved more.
“They like to play good, offensive football and the game will be open. It is up to us to prove that we are able to win the match.”
What time does Aston Villa vs Everton kick-off?
The Premier League clash gets underway at 8pm BST.
What TV channel is Aston Villa vs Everton on?
Live television coverage can be found on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
Build-up to the action starts at 7pm.
Can I live stream Aston Villa vs Everton?
Existing customers can stream the match via the Sky Go app.
Additional streaming is available through NOW TV, which offers daily, weekly and monthly passes to Sky Sports channels.