Fulham vs Aston Villa

“Fulham vs Aston Villa, Fulham vs Aston Villa live, Aston Villa vs Fulham Live, Aston Villa Live, Fulham Live”, Here’s all you need to know as Slavisa Jokanovic’s men look to pile the pressure on Wednesday and Leeds with victory over Steve Bruce’s Aston Villa. What TV channel is Fulham vs Aston Villa on? The match will be shown live on Sky Sports 1. Coverage on the channel will begin

You can also follow all the action on the SunSport live blog.
What time does Fulham vs Aston Villa kick off?

Fulham vs Aston Villa will kick off at the bizarre time of 2.45pm.

The match will start 15 minutes earlier than the Championship’s other games so it doesn’t overlap with Sky Sports’ second live match between Derby and Huddersfield at 5pm.

The Cottagers will no doubt be keeping as close eye on developments in Leeds and Sheffield Wednesday’s games once the final whistle blows in West London.

Ryan Sessegnon comes in for the suspended Chris Martin while Scott Parker remains on the bench for Fulham.

Aston Villa have started both Scott Hogan and Jonathan Kodjia up front.

Here is your #FFC side, in association with @Coral, that will take on
Ryan Sessegnon comes in for the suspended Chris Martin while Scott Parker remains on the bench for Fulham.

Aston Villa have started both Scott Hogan and Jonathan Kodjia up front.

Here is your #FFC side, in association with @Coral, that will take on

Aston Villa will aim to get back to winning ways this afternoon in their second match in 48 hours against Fulham.

Steve Bruce’s side head to the capital on the back of a 3-1 defeat at home to Reading on Saturday – their first loss in six matches.

Yes, the game will be screened live on Sky Sports 1 HD – hence the slightly earlier-than-normal kick-off time.

You can also follow the action with our Villa man Gregg Evans who will be at Craven Cottage.

Villa’s clash with Fulham is one of two Championship matches the chanell will be broadcasting live today.

The other match is Derby County against Huddersfield Town at 5PM.

Jonathan Kodjia picked up a knock against Reading but should be fit, while the claret and blues can also call upon Scott Hogan as he returns from an ankle injury.

Fulham will be without the top scorer Chris Martin after the forward was sent off against Norwich on Friday.

Scott Parker could return to the squad after recovering from a back injury.

Predicted Fulham XI: Bettinelli, Fredericks, Kalas, Ream, Malone, Johansen, McDonald, Aluko, Cairney, Ayité, Cyriac.

Predicted Villa XI: Johnstone, Hutton, Chester, Baker, Amavi, Jedinak, Lansbury, Hourihane, Bacuna, Adomah, Kodjia.

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