How to watch Manchester City vs Aston Villa: Premier League Matchday 6 streaming, TV schedule

Manchester City visit Aston Villa at Villa Park on Saturday September 3 (03/09/2022) in a match between opposing teams in the Premier League start-of-season standings.

Manchester City vs. Aston Villa is a highlight of the first day of Matchweek 6 and will air at 12.30pm ET on NBC and Universo. It can be streamed live on DirecTV streams, fuboTV and other live television services. It is one of the 10 matches scheduled for the day from Saturday to Sunday, September 4. Full schedule below.

The story of the season couldn’t be more different for these two teams heading into the weekend. Manchester City find themselves in a familiar spot near the top of the table, with a 4-1-0 record leaving them in second place behind only unbeaten Arsenal. Aston Villa, meanwhile, are in 19th place with an abysmal 1-0-4 record.

Nathan Ake and Jack Grealish are fit and ready to return to action for Manchester City, but Kalvin Phillips, who has missed Manchester City’s last two games, is still in doubt.

Here is the full schedule for day six. Every hour ET.

Saturday September 3

Sunday September 4

Manchester City v Aston Villa can be streamed for free with DirecTV streams, fuboTV, Sling Where YouTube Television through a free trial.

Cable subscribers can also connect to NBCSports.com with their cable credentials to enjoy a free live stream of the game.

Can I bet on the games?

Mobile sports betting is now legal in New York, which means you can now bet on American and international football from your phone. We’ve compiled some of the best introductory offers to help you navigate your first bets from BetMGM, FanDuel, DraftKings, PointsBet, Caesars and Bet Rivers.

DraftKings has Manchester City as -320 favorites to win, while Aston Villa has long odds at +850.

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Story by The Associated Press

The Merseyside Derby kicks off an eight-game Premier League schedule. Everton are winless in the league and host Liverpool early in the game. Transfer Deadline Day Signatures Idrissa Gana Gueye and James Garner are available for Everton but new Liverpool midfielder Arthur Melo is awaiting international clearance. Aston Villa welcomes Manchester City to the last drink. Steven Gerrard’s side have lost three league games in a row. City’s Erling Haaland leads the league with nine goals, including consecutive hat-tricks. Chelsea were active in the transfer market – spending $280m – but new striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will not be available when West Ham visit Stamford Bridge, although new defender Wesley Fofana will be. Remaining in London, Brentford host Leeds while Fulham visit Tottenham. Elsewhere, Newcastle host Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest host Bournemouth and Southampton visit Wolverhampton.

SPAIN

Real Madrid and Real Betis meet in a showdown between the only teams in the league with a perfect start. Madrid return to the Santiago Bernabéu stadium after asking to play their first three matches on the road so that renovations to the venue can continue. Another top game will pit a Barcelona continuing their momentum against a Sevilla who are surprisingly yet to win. Atlético Madrid, after two victories and a defeat, visits Real Sociedad.

ITALY

AC Milan will be looking to bounce back in the best possible way from a lackluster midweek draw, with victory over City and title rivals Inter Milan in the highly anticipated Derby della Madonnina. Romelu Lukaku will again be out for Inter as he recovers from a muscle problem, but fellow Belgian Charles De Ketelaere is set to start for Milan, who could also debut American defender Sergiño Dest. Milan are one of six unbeaten teams in Serie A. Two of the others, Lazio and Napoli, face each other in Rome. Juventus are also unbeaten and travel to bitter rivals Fiorentina, who have failed to score in their previous four matches.

FRANCE

Neymar is on a hot streak and is looking to score eight goals in six games for league leaders Paris Saint-Germain on his trip to Nantes. PSG’s MNM strike force of Lionel Messi-Neymar-Kylian Mbappe has scored 15 of PSG’s 21 league goals. The new Marseille look of coach Igor Tudor heads to promoted Auxerre with the best defense in the league. In the game the other day, unbeaten Lyon host Angers, who are struggling in 19th place and have conceded 12 goals.

GERMANY

Bayern Munich and Union Berlin face off 2v3 in the capital. Both are undefeated heading into the fifth round. Bayern are unbeaten in their last eight games against Union in all competitions. But the Union’s confidence was renewed by the longest unbeaten streak in the Bundesliga – 11 matches, with nine wins and two draws. The Union’s last defeat dates back to March against Bayern by 4-0. Union responded with counterattacks and being clinical. Top-flight Freiburg have a chance to add Bayer Leverkusen to their list of losers alongside Augsburg, Stuttgart and Bochum. German Under-20 midfielder Merlin Röhl has arrived from third division club Ingolstadt to lend a helping hand. Meanwhile, Leverkusen have signed Callum Hudson-Odoi on loan from Chelsea and he is set to make his debut. Leverkusen finally won last weekend, in Mainz 3-0, at the expense of Mitchel Bakker and Piero Hincapie, expelled and then suspended this weekend.

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