El Ghazi, Anwar
Liverpool vs Aston Villa live streaming: Key information to watching online
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Can Liverpool continue their top four charge?
Last weekend, the Reds easily beat Arsenal 3-0 at the Emirates; Diogo Jota coming off the bench to score twice.
This means they’re now seventh, three points outside the top four.
If they were to finish there, they’d qualify for the Europa Conference League play-off round so need to go on a run to overtake those above them.
Jürgen Klopp may have been hoping to qualify for next season’s Champions League by winning the whole competition this year.
However, their path towards doing that now looks tough.
On Tuesday night, they were beaten 3-1 at Estadio Alfredo Di Stéfano in their quarter-final first leg by Real Madrid.
Mo Salah’s away goal in Valdebebas gives them hope but they’ll need a big turnaround in Wednesday’s second leg to reach the semis.
Will they make it three successive league wins for the first time since the first three matches of this season?
Of course, the most memorable moment of the season came just after that when Liverpool were demolished 7-2 at Villa Park.
Ollie Watkins scoring his first Premier League hat-trick.
Villa actually started with four straight wins but had only won one of their last seven going into last weekend’s fixture.
Dean Smith’s side then fell 1-0 down at home to Fulham before fighting back to win 3-1; substitute Trézéguet with two quick-fire strikes.
Those were the Egyptian’s first goals since July.
Villa are now ninth, just five points behind the champions and not too many would have predicted that in August.
Will Liverpool’s Anfield misery continue?
Prediction: Liverpool 2-1 Aston Villa
Liverpool are aiming to avoid a seventh straight Premier League home defeat.
The last team to suffer this was Huddersfield over two years ago.
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