On Saturday afternoon, Crystal Palace will host Aston Villa at Selhurst Park in the Premier League.
Despite facing two of the top five teams from last season in their initial round of games, Patrick Vieira’s team managed to get a point. Villa had a much better schedule than Everton, who were almost relegated, and newly promoted Bournemouth, but they only managed one unimpressive win against the latter.
Here is all the information you need to know about the managerial encounter between the two Premier League Hall of Famers.
Where is the Crystal Palace vs. Aston Villa game taking place?
Date: August 20, 2022, Saturday
Beginning at 15:00 BST, 10:00 EST, and 7:00 PST
Location: England’s London
the Selhurst Park stadium
John Brooks, VAR
Official: Andy Madley
Where can UK residents watch Crystal Palace vs. Aston Villa?
Broadcasting: BT Sport Score (Studio Updates Only)
Broadcasting: BBC Final Score (Studio Updates Only)
Time of Broadcast: 5:00 (BST)
Where can Americans watch Crystal Palace vs. Aston Villa?
Service of streaming: Peacock Premium
broadcast at 10:00 EST
PST-time of the broadcast: 7:00
Where in Canada can I watch Crystal Palace vs. Aston Villa?
FuboTV, a streaming service
Time of Broadcast (EST): 10:00
Where can I see the highlights of Crystal Palace vs. Aston Villa?
Sky Sports Football
BBC Match of the Day is the channel.
Sky Football’s YouTube channel, live
H2H Findings (Last Five Games)
1-0 for Crystal Palace
3-Win Aston Villa
drew one card
team news for Crystal Palace
Vieira was able to give Michael Olise a few minutes at the conclusion of Monday night’s admirable draw between Palace and Liverpool, but he is still awaiting James McArthur’s return.
While Nathan Ferguson experienced yet another injury setback earlier in August, James Tomkins has joined goalkeeper Jack Butland on the sidelines.
lineup expected from Crystal Palace to face Aston Villa
Clear Palace Guaita, Clyne, Andersen, Guehi, Mitchell, Doucoure, Schlupp, Ayew, Eze, and Zaha are the starting eleven. On the bench are Johnstone, Ward, Milivojevic, Mateta, Hughes, Ebiowei, Richards, Olise, and Plange.
squad news for Aston Villa
Gerrard lost another center-back as quickly as he had reintegrated one. Just in time for the former captain’s importance to soar after Diego Carlos, a summer signing, suffered an Achilles tendon rupture, Tyrone Mings stared his manager in the eyes.
Ezri Konsa is almost certain to resume his partnership with Mings at the back while the Brazilian is expected to miss six months of action due to an injury, as another defender Kortney Hause is still recovering from a knee ailment.
In the final minutes of Villa’s tense victory over Everton, Philippe Coutinho and Matty Cash were both pulled off, but Gerrard insisted: “We’ll have ample time to get them right for next week.”
A completely separate debate is whether Coutinho deserves to start over Emi Buendia, who changed the game last week.
Crystal Palace vs. Aston Villa anticipated starting lineup
Stoke City Martinez, Cash, Konsa, Mings, Digne, McGinn, Kamara, Ramsey, Coutinho, Ings, and Watkins make up the starting lineup.
Bench: Young, Bailey, Chambers, Augustinsson, Olsen, Luiz, Buendia, and Archer. Nakamba