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Live football streaming: Watch Bradford v Aston Villa in the Capital One Cup
After a sensational run to the semi-finals of the Capital One Cup, tonight (Tuesday, January 8, 2012, kick-off: 19.45 UK time) sees the first leg of an intriguing tie between Bradford and Aston Villa at Coral Windows Stadium.
So how can you watch Bradford v Aston Villa on our live video streaming service?
Bet365 are showing Bradford v Aston Villa live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals. Simply click on this link or the Live Streaming tab above and follow the simple step-by-step instructions to watch.
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The League Two side have had a brilliant run in the Capital One Cup so far, beating teams in all three divisions above them, including Arsenal on penalties in the last round.
Villa will be eager to avoid a penalty shoot-out with the Bantams, who have seen off Wigan and Arsenal in previous rounds on spot kicks.
Bradford boss Phil Parkinson is sweating over the fitness of James Hanson and James Meredith, who are both doubts. Kyel Reid and Carl McHugh are tipped to return.
For Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert this tie is critical after a shocking Christmas period that saw them ship 15 goals in 3 games to Chelsea, Spurs and Wigan.
A draw at Swansea followed by a comeback win over Ipswich in the FA Cup on the weekend suggests Villa should have enough to claim a Wembley final place against either Swansea or Chelsea over two legs.
Darren Bent is pushing for a start in Lambert’s first XI after scoring versus Ipswich but Christian Benteke has been the main striker for the majority of Villa’s season so far.
Gabby Agbonlahor is also available but Marc Albrighton looks likely to miss out due to a foot problem.
- Updated: January 7, 2013