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((STREAMS>)) Aston Villa vs Newcastle United Live Broadcast Free 30 January 2024 Today


Aston Villa vs Newcastle live stream: How to watch Premier League game online. A high-flying Aston Villa hosts a stumbling Newcastle United in a scintillating Premier League encounter.


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Aston Villa were held to a toothless draw against Everton in their previous match in the league but the side are still in the Top-4 of the Premier League as they look to continue their domestic domination.


Newcastle United were handed their fourth loss on the trot in the league as the Magpies lost to some individual brilliance from Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne.


Aston Villa vs Newcastle live stream, Date, Time, Channels


The Aston Villa vs Newcastle live stream takes place on Tuesday, January 30.

Time: 8:15 p.m. GMT / 3:15 p.m. ET / 12:15 p.m. PT / 7:15 a.m. AEDT (Jan. 31)

U.S. — Watch on USA via Sling TV

U.K. — Watch on TNT Sports

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When Aston Villa traveled to St James’ Park on the first match week of the Premier League 23/24 season, they endured a torrid time. Newcastle ripped Villa apart in a convincing 5-1 win. And yet since that very one-sided match back in August, it’s Aston Villa who have gone on to upset the established EPL order. Villa are 4th with Champions League qualification in their sights. Conversely, Newcastle are the most out-of-form team in the entire league with six defeats in their last seven games and with an injury list that only seems to be growing with each passing week.


On paper, Aston Villa look an almost sure bet to avenge that dismal defeat on the opening day of the season. Plus, Villa can also take even more comfort from their strong home record over Newcastle. You have to go back to September 2013 for the last time Newcastle left Villa Park with all three points, and this matchup last season saw Villa dismantle the Magpies with ease in an impressive 3-0 victory. Newcastle haven’t had it easy over the past two months, but it looks like the Toon Army might have to endure another uncomfortable 90 minutes in this midweek match.


However, Aston Villa’s form has taken a little bit of a turn in recent weeks with just a single win in their last four matches. Perhaps Newcastle could spring an upset that proves they are still a dangerous side worth taking seriously. You’ll need to watch an Aston Villa vs Newcastle live stream to see how this one plays out, and we’ve all the details you need down below.


Aston Villa is set to play its final match of January looking to light an offensive spark that carries the club into February action. The Lions have played in back-to-back scoreless draws, once in Premier League action against Everton (Jan. 14) and again in the FA Cup against Chelsea (Jan. 26).


Aston Villa currently sits in fourth position in the English Premier League standings with a 13-4-4 record and 43 points, trailing on goal differential in a three-way tie with Manchester City and Arsenal. All three sit five points back of Premier League leader Liverpool with 48 points.


Newcastle United sits at 9-2-10 overall with 29 points and is in 10th position with its 29 points. The side’s goal differential (+9) suggests more favorable outcomes could be in future with an offense that has scored the sixth-most goals (41) in the Premier League.


Former Villarreal defender Pau Torres is out of contention due to an ankle issue while Jacob Ramsey is nursing a thigh problem. Tyrone Mings and Emi Buendia are also out of the matchday squad due to their respective injuries while Bertrand Traore is yet to return from the CAF AFCON 2023.


Ollie Watkins has nine goals and eight assists in the league as he'll be vying to continue his purple patch in front of goal and hand more misery to Newcastle United.


The Magpies would be without the services of Joelinton, Sandro Tonali, Nick Pope, Elliot Anderson, and Joe Willock with all of them sidelined for a long time.


Former Villa player Matt Targett is also confined to the treatment room as he's unfit to face his former employees while defender Kieran Trippier needs to shake off a minor groin issue.


Meanwhile, Newcastle's recent rough patch got a bit rougher two weeks ago after their fourth straight loss. They fell just short of Man City by a score of 3-2. Newcastle has struggled against Man City recently, as their matchup two weeks ago was their third consecutive lost matchup.


Aston Villa's record now sits at 13-4-4. As for Newcastle, they have not been sharp recently, as they've lost six of their last seven matchups, which put a noticeable dent in their 9-2-10 record this season.


Unai Emery's Villans sit fourth in England's top flight with the chance to go within two points of leaders Liverpool. They also remain alive in both the Europa Conference League and the FA Cup.


The Magpies' hopes of qualifying for continental football have been hit by four consecutive league defeats, though their victory over Fulham on Saturday night means there's still a chance for Eddie Howe to pick up his first trophy as club manager this season.


Nick Pope, Matt Targett, Harvey Barnes, Callum Wilson, Joe Willock, Elliot Anderson, Joelinton and Miguel Almiron are all unavailable. Of that group, Targett, Wilson and Barnes are close to returns, while Almiron is ill. Sandro Tonali also remains suspended for Newcastle.


That record, combined with Newcastle's troubles away from St James' Park - the Magpies have won just one league game away from home all term - points to another boosting win for Villa as they chase qualification for European competition.


Emery will look to tweak his team following the draw with Chelsea with Diego Carlos potentially coming in to replace Clement Lenglet. Jacob Ramsey is set to return to the squad but defensive pair Pau Torres and Lucas Digne are still sidelined.


Miguel Almiron is set to come back in after missing the Fulham game through illness with Jamal Lascelles also passed fit following a muscle injury. Villa have struggled for goals in recent weeks with just one scored in their last three across league and cup action but home form remains crucial for Emery.


Unai Emery's men have since gone on to mount a credible challenge for the title while Eddie Howe's Newcastle are enduring a midseason slump. They're on course to end the campaign in midtable, which would be a disappointing finish for such an expensively assembled squad.

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