Manchester United have been given a grueling schedule of three league games in just five days.

They saw the first in the Europa League final, even though they lost the second leg 3-2 to Roma.

The focus now is on the Premier League with games on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday.

First and foremost is Aston Villa, and we’ve put together everything you need to know to see it on TV and online.

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When is Villa v Man Utd on TV?

Villa versus United takes place on Sunday May 9, 2021.

Dean Smith’s side had a full week to prepare for the game and beat Everton 2-1 last time around.

When does Villa start against Man Utd?

The game starts at 2:55 p.m..

It’s a close turn for United after an away trip to Europe, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men need to keep going as best they can.

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Which TV channel is Villa v Man Utd on?

You can see the structure of the game from 13 o’clock on Sky Sports Premier League, which will show the game without the artificial crowd noise.

The game will also be shown on the Sky Sports Main Event which is nowhere to be seen due to the first screening of Portsmouth versus Accrington in the premier division.

How to Live Stream Villa v Man Utd Online

Sky Sports customers can stream the game live on smartphones and tablets via the Sky Go app.

It will also be shown on Sky Sports Ultra HD for those who have that feature.

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Team news from Villa v Man Utd

Solskjaer told the club’s official website after the Roma game that he had no new injury concerns.

Anthony Martial is back in training but is not expected to play a role against Villa. Phil Jones is left out.

Daniel James wasn’t fit for the trip to Rome and Solskjaer hasn’t offered him an update since the game.

Our prediction: Villa versus United

The second leg was a close game on New Years Day, which United won 2-1 thanks to a penalty from Bruno Fernandes.

A rested Villa side can see an opportunity and is fueled by a sense of injustice over controversial free kicks United has awarded in their last two inter-team meetings.

It won’t be an easy task and it’s up to Solskjaer to expertly juggle his squad with three league games in three days.

A win here would take some pressure off the games against Leicester and Liverpool and the absence of Jack Grealish should make that task easier for United.

Our prediction: Villa 1-2 United

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