This afternoon, Aston Villa hosts Luton Town at Villa Park in an attempt to build on their incredible home record and intensify their attack on the Premier League’s top four.
In just four home league games, Unai Emery’s team has already scored 17 goals, and they are currently enjoying a 12-game winning streak in front of their own fans. Emery would gladly take another 4-1 scoreline because that was never put to the test against West Ham the previous game.
especially considering the efforts of the previous Wednesday, when his team defeated AZ Alkmaar 4-1 for the second time in a row to seize control of their Europa Conference League group. Villa did not suffer any injuries from that match, so Emery’s options are only limited by their long-term injury concerns going into this match.
As for Luton, they need to learn something from a game that will see their manager, Rob Edwards, return to the team where he began his career as a trainee. After Bournemouth’s victory over Burnley yesterday, Luton found itself back in the relegation zone.
When does kickoff begin?
On Sunday, October 29, at Villa Park, Villa takes on Luton. Kickoff is at 2:00 PM.
Will TV broadcast the game?
The game has not been chosen for live broadcast, so viewers will have to settle for highlights following the match. How else am I going to track the match? John Townley, our correspondent covering Aston Villa, will provide you with all the action from Villa Park, including reaction, analysis, build-up, and live updates. On our website, he will be running a live blog that goes live at noon.
There are no live streaming platforms available in the UK to watch the game.
Where do I find highlights to watch?
Shortly after the game, Villa’s YouTube channel will have highlights available. Additionally, they will be televised at 22:30 on BBC One this evening during Match of the Day 2.
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