Man Utd vs Aston Villa: How to watch Carabao Cup game on TV and kick off time

Manchester United will play Aston Villa for the second time in a week in this third round clash in the EFL Cup.

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Unai Emery’s Aston Villa will play Manchester United in the third round of the Carabao Cup - just four days after they beat the Red Devils in the Premier League. In the last round of the League Cup, Aston Villa swept aside a lowly Bolton Wanderers outfit by 4-1.

Despite the Trotters taking the lead through Dion Charles, it was ultimately a comfortable evening for the Villans, with Douglas Luiz, Danny Ings, Lucas Digne and Leon Bailey all getting their names on the scoresheet. Meanwhile, due to their qualification for the Europa League last season, Manchester United automatically qualified for the third round of the Carabao Cup.

United’s last game in all competitions was, of course, their game against Aston Villa which saw them fall to a 3-1 defeat. Aston Villa and Manchester United have both won the League Cup five times.

Villa last won the competition back in 1996, while United last lifted the trophy in 2017.  Aston Villa were runners up in the Carabao Cup in 2020 - can they take it a step further in 2023?

If you’d like to watch the game between Aston Villa and Manchester United in the EFL Cup, here’s what you need to know.

Manchester United vs Aston Villa kick off

Manchester United vs Aston Villa will kick off at 8pm on Thursday, November 10 at Old Trafford.

How to watch Manchester United vs Aston Villa

Manchester United vs Aston Villa has been selected by Sky Sports for live TV coverage. As such, it will broadcast live on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event, with coverage of the game starting at 7:30pm.

You can sign up for a Sky Sports subscription on the Sky Sports website. There are several different sports packages you can choose from, with varying prices. As well as this, live text updates will be available on the BBC Sport website.

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