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Europa Conference League
Decathlon Arena-Stade Pierre-Mauroy

Lille vs Aston Villa: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watch

Aston Villa aim to continue their winning momentum against Lille in the second leg of the UEFA Conference League quarter-finals with the latter vying for a comeback.

Lille have to turn around a one-goal lead in their own backyard as the French side is vying for a fairytale comeback. Les Douges need help from their forwards if they have any hopes of turning the tie in their favour.

Aston Villa, on the other hand, will be confident of marching through to the semi-finals of the competition. Unai Emery has massive experience of winning on such European nights with Villa unbeaten in their previous three encounters in all competitions.

Here, GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.

Lille vs Aston Villa kick-off time

Date:April 18, 2024
Kick-off time:5:45 pm BST
Venue:Decathlon Arena-Stade Pierre-Mauroy

Lille host Aston Villa at the Decathlon Arena-Stade Pierre-Mauroy on April 18, 2024, with kick-off scheduled at 5:45 pm BST in the UK.

How to watch Lille vs Aston Villa online - TV channels & live streams

The match between Lille and Aston Villa will be available to watch on TNT Sports 3 in the UK. Viewers can also get live updates on GOAL's Live Match Centre.

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Team news & squads

Lille team news

Former Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti is confined to the treatment room because of a knee injury as he joins Rafael Fernandes (muscle) and Andrej Ilic (foot) on the injury table.

Lille would be hoping to see Jonathan David step up for the hosts with the Canadian international failing to score in the first leg.

Lille predicted XI: Chevalier; Santos, Diakite, Yoro, Ismaily; Andre, Bentaleb; Zhegrova, Cabella, Haraldsson; David

Goalkeepers:Chevalier, Mannone, Jakubech
Defenders:Yoro, Alexandro, Fernandes, Gudmundsson, Ismaily, Santos
Midfielders:Bentaleb, Andre, Miramon, Gomes, Yazici, Bouaddi, Cabella, Haraldsson, Zhegrova
Forwards:David, Ounas

Aston Villa team news

Three Lions' defender Tyrone Mings is sidelined for the remainder of the campaign because of a cruciate ligament tear as he joins Argentine international Emiliano Buendia who is suffering a similar fate to Mings because of an ACL issue.

The other injury-absentees for the visitors include Jacob Ramsey (foot), Kortney House (knee), and Boubacar Kamara (knee).

English forward Ollie Watkins is in the form of his life having scored 19 goals in the Premier League this season alongside 10 assists and he'll spearhead Villa's forward battery. The former Brentford striker also broke the deadlock in the reverse leg with John McGinn doubling the lead for Emery's men.

Aston Villa predicted XI: Martinez; Konsa, Carlos, Torres, Moreno; Bailey, Luiz, McGinn, Rogers; Diaby, Watkins

Goalkeepers:Martinez, Olsen, Gauci
Defenders:Torres, Konsa, Carlos, Lenglet, Chambers, Hause, Digne, Moreno, Kesler-Hayden
Midfielders:Luiz, Tielemans, Iroegbunam, Zaniolo, Bailey, Rogers, Diaby
Forwards:Duran, Watkins

Head-to-Head Record

12 Apr 2024Aston Villa 2-1 Lille UEFA Conference League

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