At least one team will be leaving Villa Park without their 100% record come full-time on Sunday night.
Neither reigning Premier League champions Liverpool nor hosts Aston Villa have dropped a point so far this season, with Dean Smith’s side yet to concede a goal in the league.
Meanwhile the Reds have already scored nine times in their three Premier League games, with their title defence getting off to an impressive start.
A win for either side will keep them at the sharp end of the Premier League table before the two-week international break.
What time is Aston Villa vs Liverpool?
The final Premier League game of the weekend kicks off at 7.15pm on Sunday.
It’s the last of six fixtures that day, with games featuring three of Liverpool’s main rivals – Arsenal vs Sheffield United and Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur – starting at 2pm and 4.30pm respectively.
After tonight it’s a two-week international break; England playing Wales in a friendly on October 8 before Nations League games against Belgium and Denmark.
Aston Villa vs Liverpool TV channel and live stream
The Sky Sports cameras will be at Villa Park on Sunday night.
Coverage will be on the broadcaster’s Main Event and Premier League channels from 7pm, following straight on from Man Utd vs Spurs.
Fans must pay to watch the match – it’s not on free-to-air TV – but can then stream it through either Sky Go or Now TV.
Aston Villa vs Liverpool odds
Villa are the only Premier League side still to concede a goal this season – but that will surely change on Monday.
They face Liverpool – 16 goals in their first four fixtures in all competitions this season – a side they lost home and away to last season in competitive clashes (the League Cup quarter-final when Liverpool were forced to field a team of children was hardly 'competitive') and a side keen to bounce back after their Carabao Cup exit on penalties in midweek.
The Reds are 1/3 with thepools.com to continue their winning Premier League run, with Villa 8/1 and the draw 9/2.
Odds collected from thepools.com and are subject to change.
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