How to watch Aston Villa v Everton Premier League clash: TV channel, live stream, team news and betting odds

Steven Gerrard’s side are looking to get their first win of the new league season after last weekend’s 2-0 loss to Bournemouth while Frank Lampard’s Toffees were beaten 1-0 by Chelsea.

Two legends of the England international men’s team go head-to-head in the dugouts at Villa Park this weekend as the new Premier League season continues.

Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard will renew their rivalry from their playing days with Liverpool and Chelsea respectively when the two clubs kick off gameweek two of the 2022/23 campaign this weekend.

Both suffered opening day defeats last weekend with Villa going down 2-0 at newly promoted Bournemouth while the Toffees were beaten 1-0 at Stamford Bridge by Lampard’s old club.

Here is everything you need to know about the match including how to watch the action live, the latest team news and betting odds:

What channel is Aston Villa v Everton on?

BT Sport will be broadcasting Aston Villa v Everton live in the early kick off on Saturday, August 13.

The build up starts from 11:30am (BST) on BT Sport 1 with the match kicking off one hour later at 12:30pm.

Viewers who do not already have access to BT Sport can purchase a monthly pass which will allow them to watch Aston Villa v Everton as well as other Premier League fixtures in August.

Aston Villa v Everton live stream

BT Sport customers can live stream the match online or via the BT Sport app which is available to download from most major app stores.

BT customers who only have access to the app also have the option to cast the programme on a smart TV, allowing them to still watch all the action on the big screen.

Aston Villa v Everton head-to-head results

Aston Villa won both meetings of the two sides last season, winning 3-0 at Villa Park with goals from Matty Cash and Leon Bailey plus a Lucas Digne own goal in September 2021.

The second meeting at Goodison Park came in January 2022 where Emiliano Buendia’s goal was the difference in a 1-0 win for Villa.

In total, the two clubs have faced each other 226 times throughout history, dating back to their first ever meeting in 1888, and there is little to separate their overall records.

Aston Villa just edge it with 84 wins to Everton’s 82 while there have been 60 draws.

Aston Villa v Everton team news

Tyrone Mings remains the only doubt for the home side with Steven Gerrard saying the England defender has a ‘niggle’.

Everton have a far worse injury situation with striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin heading up the list of missing players along with Andros Twonsend and Yerry Mina.

Ben Godfrey is also out while Tom Davies and Andre Gomes are doubts.

Aston Villa v Everton betting odds

The home side are the pre-match favourites to get the win, starting odds on at 4/5 while the visitors are 7/2 outsiders and the draw is 5/2.

Villa striker Danny Ings is the 4/1 favourite to score the first foal in the match while Steven Gerrard’s side are 23/10 in the (-1) handicap betting.

Both teams to score is odds on at 17/20 while Aston Villa to win + both teams to score is 3/1.