Liverpool VS Aston Villa – Live FA Cup Football Final Match Reddit Soccer Today Janruary 08-01-2021
Aston Villa vs Liverpool live score: Match details
Match: Aston Villa vs Liverpool
Competition: FA Cup Third Round
Kick-off time: 7:45 pm, Friday 8 January 2021 (UK time)
Stadium: Villa Park
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NAME: Aston Villa – Liverpool
DATE: 8 Jan 2021
TIME: 19:45 UTC
VENUE: Villa Park, Birmingham, England
Aston Villa vs Liverpool live score: Match preview
This will be Liverpool and Aston Villa’s first meeting since their clash on 4 October which saw Villa hammer the champions 7-2!
Will this one go a similar way?
Well, the two clubs come into this tie in contrasting moods.
Liverpool suffered their first Premier League defeat since then on Monday night, going down 1-0 at Southampton.
That followed underwhelming draws with strugglers West Bromwich Albion and Newcastle United.
The Reds are still top but only above Manchester United on goal difference having played a game more.
Will they bounce back?
Aston Villa meanwhile are on the up.
Although, Dean Smith’s side suffered a rare setback in their last game on New Years’ Day, narrowly losing 2-1 at Old Trafford.
However, before that, the Villans had taken 11 points from 15 available so are eighth in the table.
So far at Liverpool, Jürgen Klopp has won the Premier League, the Champions League, the UEFA Super Cup and the Club World Cup.
They’ve also been runners-up in the Europa League, League Cup and Community Shield.
Thus, the only competition not on either list is this one.
Under Klopp, they’ve been knocked out at this stage once, the fourth round three times and the fifth round once, losing to Chelsea in round five in March.